The Illinois Tollway’s Customer Service Committee recommended last week giving drivers 30 days to respond to each of three violation notices that are sent out, increasing the total number of days from 56 to 90.
Seeking to pressure lawmakers into acting on comprehensive pension reform, Gov. Pat Quinn used his budgetary veto powers on Wednesday to suspend legislative salaries until they come up with a plan.
The Governor is holding fast to next Tuesday’s deadline for a pension reform bill; the lawmakers are saying there’s no way they can do it.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals acted on Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s request to allow Gov. Pat Quinn more time to review legislation passed last week. However, on issuing its ruling, the court said it would not issue another extension of its mandate past the new deadline of July 9.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has asked a federal appeals court for an extra 30 days for the governor to decide if he’ll sign recently approved concealed carry legislation.
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed legislation extending the deadline for the Chicago Public Schools to submit a list of school closings from Saturday to March 31.
You can’t vote in the presidential election if you’re not registered. Today is the last day to do so.
The deadline is nearing for Gov. Pat Quinn to act on the state’s gambling expansion bill.
The chances of making major reforms to the state’s public pension systems appear to be dead in Springfield, at least for now.
CBS 2′s Walter Jacobson says the police union may have missed a negotiating deadline, but the mayor shouldn’t punish rank-and-file officers.
The city has extended the deadline for restaurants to apply for spots at the new, scaled-down Taste of Chicago – in hopes of drawing more interest.
This is the last day to register to vote, and based on some numbers, not many Chicago area residents have.
The Cubs have issued a letter to season ticket holders, informing them that the deadline to renew their seats at Wrigley Field has been moved up about a month and a half.
This is your last chance to buy a Chicago city sticker if you want to avoid a ticket.
The old Chicago city vehicle stickers expire Thursday, and after a two-week grace period, tickets will be issued.
With just one week to go until the deadline, the Internal Revenue Service is still waiting for about a third of Illinois taxpayers to file their returns.
There’s still time to send gifts via mail or private carrier, but the window is closing.