Articles By Heather Cherone
CTA surveillance footage showed the officers tackling her from behind and ripping off her hijab and face veil.
The projects cleared the last significant regulatory hurdle they'll face.
Half of the city's mental health clinics were closed more than seven years ago.
Despite Cries Of ‘Shame’ And Unanswered Questions, TIF Districts For Lincoln Yards, The 78 Move Forward
At the three hour meeting, residents urged the Joint Review Board members not to advance the proposed TIFs.
But aldermen can delete comments posted to their pages if they are "profane" or "libelous," according to the new opinion.
Lincoln Yards Soccer Stadium Not Happening — But Fight Against TIF Funding For Development Continues
The 20,000-seat stadium was to be home to a United Soccer League team owned in part by the Ricketts family.
Five aldermen, including President Pro Tempore Margaret Laurino and Zoning Chairman Danny Solis, are not running for re-election.
Ald. Ed Burke Urged Burger King Franchisee To Donate To Preckwinkle Campaign, Extortion Charges Allege
Burke stepped down as chairman of the City Council's Finance Committee Friday morning.
Burke is the longest-serving alderman in Chicago City Council history.