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An exception to the longstanding packaged goods ban was granted for Foxtrot, which opened over the summer.
City officials first learned of the issue nearly six months ago.
If elected, Ald. Ameya Pawar (47th) said he wants to mobilize the city’s dollars for financial justice and racial equity.
The plan calls for the closure and widening of several roads to allow the four-building center to be built in Jackson Park.
CPS enrollment has decreased by 11.8 percent since the since the 2006-07 school year, figures show.
The $2.5 billion project could break ground in 2020 and faces two more votes at City Hall before it wins final approval.
Trump Administration Says Chicago Police Don’t Need Reforms Laid Out In Consent Decree, Sparking New Battle
The Jeff Sessions-led Justice Department called the all-but completed consent decree “dangerous.”
In Colorado, increased vote by mail options made turnout skyrocket – and officials are looking at how to do that in Illinois.
Blind Pig Hospitality will revamp an old industrial building on Green Street into a new brewery, distillery and restaurant.