Incumbent alderman faces two challengers and a new hashtag.
Even Mayor 1 Percent is backpedaling away from his earlier support of charter schools and his refusal to
A victory for rideshare companies is a blow to the taxi industry.
South-side workers account for three of every four jobs cut by the city since Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office in 2011.
At last week’s interfaith breakfast, a relatively unknown midwife’s interaction with the mayor honors Dr. King’s legacy.
Mayor Rahm’s so eager to fire more union teachers, he’s planning to stick a Noble Charter high school across the street from Prosser High—public safety be damned.
A new report finds that thousands of jobs have disappeared from black and Latino areas as the city subsidizes the exodus.
The largest corporation in the world is hailed in a neighborhood desperate for jobs.
Member of the Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers Bess Boswell’s outfit is a Walmart-bought children’s bee costume.
The lawyer, lobbyist, and election official who seems to be in the middle of every major political deal in Chicago
Pullman may become a national park, which would make it the second in Illinois, after Abraham Lincoln’s home in Springfield.
In The Middlesteins Jami Attenberg makes suburbia actually kind of soulful.
First Son, details the accomplishments of Mayor Richard M. Daley—but it barely sets foot in Chicago.
Little Village’s underworld of labor brokers, known as raiteros, take workers for a ride.
The Chicago Sun-Times kills off its food section.