Saturday, October 16, 2021
The city wants to ban Joel Kennedy Constructing Corp. from city contracts, saying it falsely claimed that more than half of its work was done by city residents and that it’s based in Chicago. By Tim Novak Over the past...
By Hannah Leone Chicago Tribune The Chicago Teachers Union is asking Chicago Public Schools to delay reopening high schools and provide vaccines to eligible students and families, even as the two sides attempt to negotiate an agreement to bring high...
By John Keilman Chicago Tribune Two suburban mayors entangled in law enforcement investigations seemed to be headed to victory in Tuesday’s municipal elections, early returns showed. In south suburban Crestwood, voters appeared to be backing Mayor Lou Presta’s attempt to win...
The former speaker just got his first check amid an ongoing investigation. The ex-alderman has gotten nearly $170K since resigning. Pensions of other pols facing probes are uncertain. By Tim Novak Former Illinois House Speaker Michael J. Madigan, who resigned...
By Robert McCoppin Chicago Tribune One candidatehas been the subject of a federal investigation. Another stands charged in a red-light camera case. Another was charged with taking part in a gambling ring. All are among the mayors and village presidents...
The $30 million, 27,000-square-foot firehouse at 1024 W. 119th St. that will serve as the new headquarters for Engine Co. 115 is a personal and very emotional triumph for Ald. Carrie Austin (34th). By Fran Spielman The largest firehouse...
Biden will nominate 10 federal judges on Tuesday, his first wave of judicial picks. By Lynn Sweet WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will announce his first federal judicial picks on Tuesday, including a former federal public defender, Candace Jackson-Akiwumi, to...
By Jeff Vorva Daily Southtown The first woman in the nearly 100-year history of Flossmoor will be elected mayor in April when Michelle Nelson and Dr. Lakshi Emory face off for the office as incumbent Mayor Paul Braun steps down...
Ald. Jason Ervin, chairman of the City Council’s Black Caucus, said there’s “no way in hell we can support” giving 5,000 needy families $500 a month when aldermen have just begun discussing reparations to Chicago descendants of slaves. By...
By John Byrne Chicago Tribune Chicago aldermen considered ways to provide reparations for descendants of slaves Thursday in the first meeting of a special City Council subcommittee on the issue. The Subcommittee on Reparations within the council’s Health Committee is tasked...
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