State Senator Martwick must be doing something right if John Catanzara and Mayor Lightfoot dislike him so much.
For the first time in decades, Chicago has a say in who its treasurer will be. But what the hell does the treasurer even do?
Symphony Center is silent as the orchestra hits the street.
The mayor’s latest proposal would cut benefits to municipal employees to fund development projects.
At back-to-back forums last week 11 candidates fielded questions and even provided some answers.
As we head toward the primary, the Democrats find their inner FDR.
The Illinois gubernatorial candidate talks about the arc of progressive politics and what’s required to bring change to the state capitol.
Also, the number of homicides in Chicago in 2017 is now on pace to exceed 2016 levels.
Also, Chicago reportedly needs $1.3 billion in new revenue and spending cuts by 2023.
Also, Chicago’s minimum wage goes up to $11 per hour July 1, though the press for $15 per hour continues.
Also, Jesus “Chuy” Garcia suggests that Mayor Rahm Emanuel is using the sanctuary city issue to win Latino votes.
Don’t fall for Rauner’s BS, Chance.
Plans to pull funding from traditional public education would compound an already dire financial picture in Illinois and Chicago.
Also, four snakes have been discovered in just a few months in a south-side home.
Also, Rahm scores big with Illinois General Assembly override of Rauner’s pension bill veto.