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Ald. Burnett said storefront rents in the area have steadily risen to as much as $100 per square foot.
People over 18 would be able to buy spray paint again in Chicago if the proposal goes through.
Derek Lindblom, who is running for the 43rd Ward seat on the City Council, says he would be a "new kind of alderman."
Older county workers are hit hardest by the wage disparities, with female employees over 70 making up to $24,640 less than their male counterparts.
The strike by window washers comes on the heels of a new study that shows a higher minimum wage had no negative impact on Chicago businesses.
St. Boniface Church-To-Condo Conversion Finally Underway As City And Developer Craft $30 Million Plan
"It's been a real test of my endurance," said developer Michael Skoulsky. Two years ago, the historic church was saved from demolition.
A soaring jackpot in the Queen of Hearts raffle at McNally's in Morgan Park led to rule change.
The full City Council meets Wednesday at City Hall. Here's what it's up to.
With McNally’s Queen Of Hearts Raffle Nearing City’s $1 Million Cap, Aldermen Vote To Raise The Limit
Under a proposed rewrite of the city's rules, a raffle could reach $4 million. The next McNally's raffle drawing is Thursday night.