Articles By Justin Laurence
Block Club revealed Tuesday that businessman Michael Tadin Jr. and his family cordoned off parkland for their private use, according to an inspector general's report.
A Wealthy Family Planted Hedges On Park District Land To Make A Personal Front Yard, Inspector General Alleges
The yard in front of Michael Tadin Jr.'s Lakeview home is public land, part of Lincoln Park. But a hedgerow suggests otherwise.
Windy City Cannabis will open its first dispensary in the city on the conveniently named street on Wednesday.
Sunnyside workers moved to unionize because they said the company failed to adequately address their concerns about coronavirus.
Chicago has stricter restrictions for indoor gyms, including mandatory face masks and a 25-percent capacity cap.
The Chicago Freedom School Is Suing The City After Inspectors Cited Them For Offering Food To Protesters Trapped Downtown
“I believe we were targeted because we support Black and Brown young people who are politically active in this city," one school leader said.
Under Ald. Matt O'Shea's proposal, the police budget could never be cut below $1.8 billion without a binding referendum approved by Chicago voters.
City Council Approves $20 Million Fund To Help Renters, 7-Day Grace Period For Residents Facing Eviction
City officials say they expect to help 7,500 Chicagoans with the new funding.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who has been clear about her plan to keep police in schools, said it's up to local school councils to decide on whether school resource officers should be removed.