The fiery opposition warned of “outside agitators,” but most were weighing in from outside the city themselves.
What’s going on in the City Council? Still hard to say!
Runoff season is here, and Chicago may further freshen up the City Council.
Change is in the air like never before.
In what could be the 28-year incumbent’s toughest race yet, a changing Rogers Park considers another option.
Don’t be fooled. The mayor isn’t gone yet, and neither are the problems he’s leaving behind.
Bureaucracy has halted the installation of new bike racks since 2016, a former city consultant said.
How can the police have any authority when they’ve squandered the public trust?
Video obtained by the Reader shows Moore threatening legislative retribution against activists calling on him to bring a public housing accountability bill to a vote.
The “Keeping the Promise” ordinance would grant the City Council considerable authority over the city’s housing authority.
But for aldermen, the appointments are a mixed blessing.
Also, Chris Christie plans a fund-raising stop in Chicago, and OpenGrid gives new access to public data.
Or, why a black man thought he’d get better treatment if a white politician went with him.
A modest proposal: Alderman Joe Moore and Cook County clerk David Orr should run against each for Democratic committeeman of the 49th Ward.
The 49th Ward alderman says he backs Mayor Emanuel for his “progressive” record.