Nearly half of all households in some Chicago zip codes were behind on their gas bills last month, according to a Chicago Sun-Times analysis.
The platform will become a private company under the deal and shareholders will receive over $54.20 per share.
Barbara Gaines has directed productions there since founding the theater in 1986.
Golden-Con takes place April 22-24 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago Riverwalk.
A Chicago jazz singer and two music hosts highlight some musical artists from across genres with potent, poetic lyrics.
The district’s funds are being cut by about $60 million, the largest drop in nearly a decade.
An expert shares how to prepare for a job interview and write the perfect resume.
His time in office was wrought with conflict among city officials, but his spirit united Chicago’s Black and Latino communities.
The e-commerce giant alleges the labor union leading the charge influenced the vote unfairly.
Workers at the beloved tortilla factory say they’re celebrating the win. But there’s still more progress they’d like to see.