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Make Retail Rent Affordable In Booming West Loop, Alderman Says

Ald. Burnett said storefront rents in the area have steadily risen to as much as $100 per square foot.

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Former Emanuel Aide Raises $194,000 In Contributions In Bid For 43rd Ward Seat

Derek Lindblom, who is running for the 43rd Ward seat on the City Council, says he would be a "new kind of alderman."

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Male County Workers Make $6,000 More On Average Than Female Counterparts: Report

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.

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$11 For Cleaning Skyscrapers? Window Washers Fight For Higher Wages

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.

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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.

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Raffle Jackpot Limits Raised To $4 Million By City Council As Queen Of Hearts Fever Hits

A soaring jackpot in the Queen of Hearts raffle at McNally's in Morgan Park led to rule change.

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Today’s Votes At City Hall: A New Alderman, Bigger Raffle Jackpots And More

The full City Council meets Wednesday at City Hall. Here's what it's up to.

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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.