Ald. Joe Moore
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley takes a look at the smoke signals from cash-strapped Chicago City Hall.
Former alderman Bernard Stone has died at the age of 87. Stone represented the 50th Ward in the West Rogers Park neighborhood for nearly 40 years, serving from 1973 to 2011.
A 31-year-old man has been charged in connection with the death of a photographer who was slain at a Rogers Park bus stop in broad daylight last week. Prosecutors said Eric Vaughn handed the gun to the shooter, and drove the getaway vehicle.
It seems like just about everybody is Tweeting these days – even a fallen tree in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood that is goading city government to remove it after partially blocking the public way for a month.
You see them all over the city: Parking spaces, reserved for a specific disabled person.
At the Finance Committee hearing, City Corporation Counsel Steve Patton was asked whether the city could simply get out of the deal altogether.
The Chicago City Council has given final approval to an ordinance protecting undocumented immigrants from being unfairly detained or deported.
Back in 2008, the City of Chicago began its Blue Cart recycling program, but today more than half of its residents still don’t have it.
Several Chicago aldermen and other local politicians with Polish roots — or Polish American constituents — are pushing a resolution in the City Council to ask the federal government to do away with the visa requirement for Polish citizens.
A City Council committee has endorsed a resolution that would declare Chicago a “Torture-Free Zone.”
Gov. Pat Quinn’s office says it’s just a rumor at this point, but talk is circulating that Ald. Joe Moore (49th) might be going off to Springfield as the new head of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
Plans are underway for a new green dormitory on the campus of Loyola University in Rogers Park.
Has Wal-Mart struck a deal for a new store in Rogers Park? No, today is just April Fools’ Day.
As pro-casino forces continue lobbying Springfield for an expansion of gambling, Ald. Joe Moore (49th) says the people should judge.