United Here Local One and its hospitality workers are demanding year-round health care as part of their contract.
The former Illinois governor swears he’s not out to get Chicago’s mayor. He just loves direct democracy.
The Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times make layoffs.
More blood from the Sun-Times turnip
Alderman Willie Cochran, a former police officer, says it’s time for an infusion of money, opportunities, health care, and police in violence-ravaged neighborhoods.
South-side workers account for three of every four jobs cut by the city since Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office in 2011.
While laying off teachers and city workers, Mayor Emanuel has more privatization deals on the way.
Rahm gets in the real estate game—with your money.
A different direction for WBEZ: one with more listener-generated content and fewer paid contributors
When push comes to shove, should laid-off journalists sue?
While touting Chicago employment growth, Mayor Emanuel outsources city positions
Black and Hispanic neighborhoods bear the brunt of Mayor Emanuel’s belt tightening
I figured I’d lead with the good news
City job cuts hit black and Hispanic neighborhoods hardest
Pioneer Press’s David Pollard just got fired nine times in one week.