Alderman Shiller says Uptown residents are suing to dismantle the Wilson Yard TIF for the wrong reasons. But so what?
Barack Obama supports Mayor Daley’s 2016 bid at his own risk.
The announcements of announcements of intentions to run for Rahm Emanuel’s old job are coming fast and furious.
How Hyde Parkers leveraged labor’s clout to drive out an unwanted hotel development
I know it’s wrong to gloat, but residents of Hyde Park showed the University of Chicago a thing or two by voting the 39th precinct of the Fifth Ward dry […]
The city’s facing a $420 million deficit, but as usual it’s somebody else’s fault.
Mayor Daley’s all for suing the state over the education spending gap—but his pet program’s partly to blame.
The TIF kitty’s still growing, per the county clerk’s annual report—but it may not be growing fast enough to cover the bets Chicago has made against it.
Why state’s attorney is the third most important office you can vote for
Republican state rep Rosemary Mulligan is getting hammered for a vote where she sided with a majority of house Democrats.
Is the Midway lease really a good deal for taxpayers?
Why your property taxes may be going up even as your property loses value.
Strapped for cash, yet another of the city’s independent advocacy groups is foundering.
Why a vote for Obama is not a vote for the mayor
A community activist is jailed after speaking 20 seconds too long at a Plan Commission hearing.