The county preserve’s 2023 budget proposal details maintenance needs, pension shortages and a lack of resources to preserve more land.
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The Metropolitan Planning Council and the Latino Policy Forum offers a glimpse at some obstacles facing Latino workers and some solutions.
The Evanston musician has toured with the likes of the New Pornographers, the Decemberists and Neko Case. Now she’s releasing her first album of solo material in 20 years.
Proponents of the amendment say it preserves the right to organize. Critics warn it would lead to more expensive labor contracts.
In the fast-paced televised debate ahead of the November election, the governor and state senator traded barbs while ducking questions.
SEIU Healthcare Illinois workers “marched on the boss” at eight hospitals, where they say overworked, underpaid staff are fleeing.
Chicago’s military education chief quietly resigned after ‘systemic failures’ involving student sex abuse
The departure of Col. Daniel L. Baggio comes amid a national examination of sexual misconduct in school-based military programs.
Some candidates are hoping divisive national issues — such as access to reproductive healthcare — will galvanize Illinois voters.
The county board president’s $8.75 billion election-year budget is flush with COVID-19 relief money, but hiring health care staff is a challenge.
Billed as a way to create more affordable housing, the city’s plan envisions two or three communities of tiny homes.