Citing an ongoing investigation into alleged assault and abuse, the Chicago Park District’s inspector general asked for additional resources.
Fitness Center, Turf Fields And Spray Pool Coming With New Chicago Park District Headquarters In Brighton Park
The Chicago Park District is moving its headquarters to the Southwest Side, bringing amenities and office space for nearly 200 employees.
The budget blueprint would use financial carrots and sticks to encourage utilities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The “clean energy standard” is key to President Biden’s climate goals.
Legislative Inspector General Carol Pope says she’s leaving because she didn’t have the authority to launch independent investigations or issue subpoenas.
The agreement is major step toward meeting President Joe Biden’s proposals for massive spending on climate change, health care, family services and more.
After 18 days, the longest strike in SEIU Local 73 history has finally ended.
President Joe Biden met Monday with law enforcement leaders — including Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown — about his plan to address gun violence.
Aldermen currently draw the ward map — resulting in weird shapes critics say empower politicians, not the people. One group is trying to change that.
It Started With Pushing Out Native Tribes And Never Stopped: Tracking 200 Years Of Displacement In Uptown
The UIC professors behind the “Dis/Placements” project say that the fight against urban removal in Uptown is still very much alive today.
The far-right politician from Georgia traveled to Effingham to headline a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. Mary Miller, an downstate Republican.