Riverside Town Hall Won’t Bear Topinka’s Name, But Auditorium Might Officials in Riverside Township want to name something in honor of late Illinois State Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka, a Riverside native, but it won’t be the historic town hall. It might be the auditorium, instead. Teachers Protest CPS Budget Cuts, Layoffs Public school teachers were raising their voices against Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s leadership of the district; in particular his proposal to help shore up CPS finances by having teachers pay the full cost of their individual pension contributions, most of...
Attorney General Madigan Asks Judge To OK Payments Without State Budget CTU Plans City Hall Protest As CPS Begins 1,400 Layoffs Former Illinois Treasurer Employees Sue Over Firings Temporary State Budget Plan Falls Short In Illinois House Property Tax Freeze, Chicago Pension Relief Advance ACLU Obtains Court Orders To Maintain State Funding To Help People With Disabilities Rauner Vetoes Pay Raises For Lawmakers, Constitutional Officers, Top Aides Murders And Shootings Up For First Half Of 2015
Sign Of Apocalypse? Some Fear The Mingling Of Peas, Guacamole Everyone from President Obama to superstar Chicago chef Rick Bayless weigh in on the sudden debate. State Trooper Arrested, Charged With Felonies Juan Lopez is charged with two counts home invasion and one count of aggravated discharge of a firearm for an incident that happened last year, while he was off duty, the Illinois State Police said in a news release Thursday.
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