Here are my top five events for December. Go to them. That’s the point of this article.
There’s good news for downtown Chicago drivers: The lengthy Wacker Drive reconstruction project is almost finished.
Some slightly colder air should be moving into Chicago for the weekend, but, for the most part, this has been one of Illinois’ warmest winters ever.
2011 won’t suck though. I’m determined to find things to do, ways to get out of the house; no more being a hermit! In case you want to get on board with this new trend of socializing, here’s a list of worthwhile Chicago events. You’re welcome.
State officials say the unemployment rate in Illinois declined again in December to 9.3 percent – its lowest level since March 2009.
A man has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman as she walked home from a Lakeview ‘L’ stop four days before Christmas.
Foreclosures were lower in Illinois last month, but experts say it’s a temporary decline.
If you think December was cold and snowy, you are correct.
Gas prices have spiked in Chicago in the past week, and the falling dollar and the rising cost of oil are to blame, experts say.