As the White Sox and Bulls owner seeks $1 billion in state funding for a new South Loop ballpark, he’s spending big to gobble up lots around the Bulls’ home, records show.
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Incumbent Tara Stamps has less campaign money than Democratic challenger Zerlina Smith-Members but has the county board president’s backing.
Voters would be asked to authorize the City Council to alter the real estate transfer tax and use the proceeds to generate $100 million a year to combat homelessness.
Pritzker backs down on General Iron and signs a deal to toughen environmental oversight in low-income areas
After a four-year standoff, the governor’s deal with the U.S. EPA commits Illinois to weighing the likely environmental impact before allowing more polluting industry to move to low-income neighborhoods.
The key to building low-carbon infrastructure in the city? Its trademark alleys.
Chicago’s Ukrainian community defiantly looks ‘evil in the eye’ to mark Russian invasion anniversary: ‘You’re not winning’
Dozens of refugee students, parents and faculty gather at a Ukrainian Village school to commemorate with songs and prayers for peace Russia’s invasion of their “beautiful country.”
Do they make dances, “choreographic” paintings or moveable machines? The duo FLOCK showed up at the Hubbard Street studios ready to push the limits of contemporary dance.
Yes, chef! Filming kicks off next week in Chicago for the latest season, starring Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri.
For more than four decades, the annual event has sought to turn people’s fear of bugs into fascination.
CPS, in a separate vote, opted to drop janitorial giant Aramark as the district’s cleaning provider.