Runoff season is here, and Chicago may further freshen up the City Council.
The far-northwest-side aldermanic race may hinge on affordable housing—but not the way you think.
A challenge to the age-old custom of aldermanic prerogative finds a champion in a luxury developer pushing a building with affordable housing.
Yet another planned development with affordable units is killed on the northwest side.
The city has a long history of opposition to real estate developments perceived as a conduit for African-American families, especially poor ones, to move into white neighborhoods.
While the plan for independent analysis stalls, the City Council approves $55 million for the mayor’s hotel and stadium deal.
The City Council’s progressive caucus holds a budget hearing, because someone has to.
Its nickname, “The Incumbent Alderman Protection Act,” tells you all you need to know about a proposed state law.
Why 45th Ward alderman Patrick Levar won’t be attending Monday’s aldermanic forum sponsored by the Portage Park Neighborhood Association.