Senate President Don Harmon will not re-appoint the south suburban Democrat to head a legislative panel after domestic violence accusations.
In a season filled with Scrooges and sugar plums, here are some alternatives that are affordable, offbeat and still promise to make the season bright.
Chicago Family Health Center is one of six finalists for the Pritzker Traubert Foundation $10 million Chicago Prize 2022.
Rebecca LaFlure said she began sidewalk chalking during the pandemic as a way to get out of the house with her then-toddler daughter.
There are few complaints about the deer, if you don’t mind them munching the fresh flowers.
More than 166 million Americans are expected to shop over the five days from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday.
Losing federal aid plus low booster shot participation could spell another surge in COVID, Dr. Allison Arwady says.
With several projects in the works, big and small, from north to south, Chicago may finally reach its co-op potential.
The pandemic forced prison programs across Illinois to adapt to remote learning. It also paved a path for college students leaving prison.
Your guide to “the people’s mayor.”
Local groups turn to mutual aid solutions as a faster, more efficient alternative to government help.
Two Chicago-area sisters were sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to joining Jan. 6 Capitol riot
Federal prosecutors had asked that Trudy Castle and Kimberly DiFrancesco serve at least 30 days in jail, followed by 36 months of probation and 60 hours of community service.
Beyond the bragging rights, candidates try to file more than the minimum number of signatures required to withstand challenges by rival candidates
Yes, Chicago created the Pillsbury Doughboy and Rudolph. But its influence on the ad industry runs even deeper.