Raise a cold one this weekend and make a toast to the Clean Water Act. That’s the advice of the Natural Resources Defense Council as they team up with 21 craft breweries in an effort to raise awareness of threats to the key ingredient in beer.
Last week researchers presented evidence that invasive Asian carp species may be at the Great Lakes' doorstep. The upper Lakes may not support a carp explosion, however, and the jury is out on what their impact could be. Still, scientists urge caution.
The last barge carrying coal to Pilsen’s Fisk Power Plant lumbered up the Chicago canal in late August, dumping a final 1,500 tons of coal to burn in a community whose members were more than happy to see their industrial neighbor go.
A $24 million refrigerated food distribution center was the site of Quinn’s debriefing of sorts from a trade trip he just took to Mexico — the first time an Illinois governor had made such a visit in 13 years.