City of Chicago
A Chicago ordinance–designed to help renters in foreclosed apartment buildings–is now in force.
Standard & Poor’s cited Chicago’s $19.4 billion pension crisis, the city’s mountain of debt, and its historic “reluctance to adjust taxes” despite its sweeping home-rule powers and diverse economy.
Some questions being raised over a benefit provided to some people using the city’s popular new bike-rental program.
The city is reporting some good news for Chicago’s economy and the tourism industry
The dreaded city vehicle sticker deadline just passed in Chicago. That means workers are out in every neighborhood, looking for drivers who didn’t pay up.
New details are emerging about Friday’s parade and rally for the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks.
You are probably noticing more tourists around town.
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Looking for a job? Jobs in fields like nursing, security and criminal justice are hiring in Chicago.
Criminal justice continues to be a burgeoning field for job seekers.
A judge on Thursday refused to toss a jury verdict that suggested Chicago police adhere to a code of silence in protecting rogue officers, citing its “social value” despite claims by the city that the verdict could cost Chicago millions in other litigation.
The City of Chicago has settled with a man who was run-over by a drunk city worker.
The City Of Chicago started testing it’s new speed camera equipment on Monday. The testing will continue to Jan. 3 and the city says it is simply “evaluating the equipment.”
An unemployed, single mother says she’s trapped in a parking ticket nightmare so now, she’s suing.
The city of Chicago is expanding its new, more efficient garbage collection system. Starting tomorrow, another 115-thousand households will be added to the so-called grid system for garbage pickup on the northwest, west, and near southwest sides.
Thousands of people waited in line for hours Friday morning at Kennedy-King College, to attend a job fair hosted by the city of Chicago, but many of those people left upset, when they found out the job fair wasn’t quite what they were expecting.
The City Of Chicago will hold a job fair on Friday to help fill hundreds of vacant city positions.
The head of a government watchdog group says Chicago aldermen and others aren’t doing enough to help end the city’s growing pension crisis.
The leaves are starting to change and there is definitely a chill in the air, so you can be sure that flu season is just around the corner.
Chicago’s Inspector General is out with his latest list of options that could help the city reduce its nearly $300 million budget shortfall.