Illinois regulators crafting the first rules for the state’s new medical marijuana industry have lowered patient fees and deleted a section that angered gun owners.
The Village Board’s decision to overturn the ban on video gambling in 2012 is proving to be a boon for both the businesses that carry the machines and northwest suburban East Dundee itself.
CTA Ventra payment card holders who use the card’s controversial debit features won’t be charged for talking to public transit customer service operators or using the cards for cash ATM withdrawals under new fee rollbacks revealed Thursday.
In a city well-practiced in the way of scams, this is a new one.
CTA and Pace customers who sign up for a prepaid debit card account under the agencies’ new Ventra fare card system later this year would face a bevy of fees and other charges tied to their accounts.
The city’s parking meters, Chicago area water rates, cigarettes, license plates — all are getting more expensive this year.
Indian Prairie School District 204 says despite rumors, students will not really have to pay to go to the bathroom at Neuqua Valley High School in Naperville.
Restaurants at this year’s Taste of Chicago will have half the time to sell food, but must pay even more to the City of Chicago for the privilege.
You might say that the New Year starts in earnest today, as just about everyone gets back to work. And it’s almost a sure thing that if you live in Chicago or suburban Cook County, your day-to-dat life will be more expensive.
Hang onto to your wallets: The Cook County Board has passed a new budget, and, it’s going to cost you.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s 2012 budget was approved unanimously on Wednesday, and now, he is wasting no time in executing the budget and collecting new fees.
“We can start shaping our city’s future or let it shape us,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said as he unveiled a budget that will close three police stations, double water rates, and raise several other fees.
Community banks are trying to lure customers over, now that some big institutions are imposing unpopular new fees on customers.
Merchants, and possibly consumers, are going to be getting a break when they break out the plastic where they shop.
They look like credit cards and act like debit cards, but they’re something else – prepaid debit cards – and they’re a big hit with college-bound teens.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) is seeking regulations for pedicabs, including a fee, an inspection requirement and certain restrictions.
Some community activists are organizing to fight a proposal to raise the price of a city sticker in Chicago.
Many banking services once offered for free, now come at a price.
Chase has more ATMs in Chicago than any other bank, and if you don’t have an account with Chase, using them will cost you more.
It is hard enough for some to pay bills when it’s that time of the month but now comes news that more and more companies are charging you a fee, even if you pay on time.