Ordinance To Exempt Restaurants, Small Stores From Plastic Bag Ban The amended ordinance would exempt all restaurants from the ban, as well as small independent retailers – stores which have a size of less than 10,000 square feet, and which are not part of a chain of three or more stores. City Council Committee Approves Higher Fines For Residents Using Suburban Parking Stickers The City Council’s Licensing Committee has voted to increase fines for residents who try to avoid paying for Chicago City stickers by registering their cars in the suburbs, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Former Stroger Aide Gets 6 ½ Years In Prison In Corruption Case No Charges Over Fake Peoria Mayor Twitter Account Democratic Party Asks Chicago To Bid For 2016 Convention Kelly Reflects On ‘Enlightening’ And Challenging First Year In Congress CPS To Install Air Conditioning At Every School Within 5 Years Mayor Applauds Creation Of Federal Violent Crimes Unit For Chicago Republican House Leader Opposes Using State Funds For Potential Presidential Library Quinn Staying Out Of Debate On Obama Presidential Library Subsidy
Mount Prospect Man Facing Child Pornography Charge A northwest suburban man is facing a felony charge after investigators found pornographic images of children on his home computer. Man Facing Lawsuit After He Pushed Plank Into Truck Window, Driver’s Head A man who was charged with ramming a wooden plank into another man’s car and then the man’s head is now facing a lawsuit.
Star Wars Fans Come Out In Force For George Lucas Museum Meeting Suspended Homewood-Floossmoor Coach Reinstated Judge Orders Woman Freed In Shaken Baby Case, Pending Appeal Ordinance To Exempt Restaurants, Small Stores From Plastic Bag Ban Sen. Kirk Pushes To Give Tax Break To Small Breweries Students At Pope John XXIII School Learn Of Namesake’s Legacy Ahead Of Sainthood City Council Committee Approves Higher Fines For Residents Using Suburban Parking Stickers Woman Charged In Calumet Heights Crash That Injured Cops