Video from last Friday’s packed CPS hearing over the fate of Edison Regional Gifted Center.
The white whale lurking behind the mayor’s new tax increases
Defeated aldermanic candidate Jay Stone puts a new twist on the Shakman decree.
The late Bill Wirtz as we knew him: the influence peddler who drove away the peanut vendors.
Could a 20,000-seat Olympic field hockey arena really leave Jackson Park unspoiled?
The city has reserved the right to wipe out this block for a developer to be named later.
While the Park District signs off on a deal to give Latin School a soccer field on public land, Lincoln Park High players contend with potholes, dogs, and a manhole cover camouflaged by carpet.
As Chicagoans face tax hikes that will force people from their homes, Daley deflects blame onto state leaders.
In effect, the city is proposing to divert roughly $67 million in property taxes from the chronically broke schools, parks, and county on the shoulders of an $8 million project. Only in Chicago would this kind of deal stand a chance.
There’s at least one guy in town who’s willing to defy the mayor. Too bad it’s over Little League baseball.
Why is the city offering $40 million in public money to subsidize the Merc’s merger with the Chicago Board of Trade?
Did alderman Vi Daley know about the sweet deal the Park District gave Latin School on public land?
Teens from Back of the Yards try their hand at urban planning.
Naturalists and neighbors of a Lake County forest preserve are up in arms about Chicago’s plans for an Olympic equestrian center.
Why the governor is suddenly so interested in the mayor’s pet financing scheme