Articles By Heather Cherone
Moore won't give up politics, though: “I cannot give up politics anymore than I can give up breathing," he said.
Cochran said he planned to resign as alderman in advance of his scheduled court appearance Thursday morning, but that hasn't happened yet.
The city's contract with the Chicago Teachers Union expires June 30.
Lincoln Yards Approval Divides City Council: Some Argue ‘We Can’t Wait,’ While Others Say ‘Rich Get Richer’
Sterling Bay’s $6 billion Lincoln Yards development calls for 6,000 new homes along with shops, offices and parks to be built between Bucktown and Lincoln Park.
Rahm Pushes Plan To Spend $95 Million On New Police, Fire Training Academy Through Divided City Council
Hundreds of No Cop Academy protesters converged on City Hall, where they were met with a massive show of force by police officers.
Controversial Little Village Distribution Center Gets $19.7 Million Tax Break Approval From City Council
Ahead of the vote, residents expressed concerns about the increase of pollution the massive distribution facility would bring.
Three aldermen who previously vowed to vote against Lincoln Yards — Joe Moreno, George Cardenas and Tom Tunney — voted to approve the plan Wednesday.
Rahm Set To Cross High-Profile Items Off His Final To-Do List, Including Lincoln Yards, New Police Academy
At City Council Wednesday, Emanuel is set to cross off several items on his final to-do list that will tie his successor’s hands.
“None of these shenanigans came through when we were rushing through the Lincoln Yards” development, Ald. Roberto Maldonado said.