Mayor Lori Lightfoot ordered bars to suspend indoor service and nonessential businesses to close by 10 p.m. as COVID-19 case counts rise above 640 a day.
The mayor pitched a property tax hike, eliminating more than 1,900 positions and city worker furloughs to close the historic $1.2 billion shortfall.
Who decides where boxes go? How do I know my ballot is secure in that box? We’re answering questions you have about mail-in-ballot boxes.
The president’s halting of negotiations on another federal COVID-19 relief bill could spell disaster for Chicago’s budget.
In Illinois, the three options are vote by mail, vote early in person or vote in person on Election Day.
County clerks say they’re seeing renewed interest in early voting in person as some voters express fears about their mail-in ballots being counted.
From in-person early voting to drop boxes, here’s the latest on what you need to know about voting in this election.
Earlier this summer, Chicago hoped to have 600 contact tracers hired by mid-September. But the city just announced the 31 organizations that will do that hiring.
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With a budget gap looming, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced a request for ideas for the new city-based casino, including how operators would address the coronavirus.