Chicago Superintendent Prepares Students For SuccessDr. Art Fessler, superintendent of schools in Arlington Heights CCSD 59, shares his insights and knowledge of over seeing a public school district in Illinois.
McCarthy On City Relationship With CeaseFire: What The Mayor Says GoesThe police superintendent previously faulted CeaseFire for bypassing the police as it negotiated truces.
Lincolnwood School Officials Quit Amid Spending ControversyOne week after voters in north suburban Lincolnwood District 74 overwhelmingly rejected a referendum to finance construction of a new school building, its two top leaders are out.
It's Official: McCarthy Sworn In As Police SuperintendentAlthough he has served the last several weeks as Chicago's top cop, Garry McCarthy took the formal oath Friday as former superintendents looked on.
Controversy-Ridden County Highway Supt. To Step DownThe superintendent of Cook County’s Highway Department, Rupert Graham, is stepping down.
Deadline Arrives For Police Supt. ApplicationsToday is the deadline for applications for the job of Chicago Police superintendent.
Quinn's School Consolidation Plan Finding Little SupportThe ideas of saving state money by combining school districts and eliminating the regional offices of education seem to be on their way to the recycle bin, maybe in the section marked “Easier Said than Done.”
Report: Hillard Making Changes At Police DepartmentEven though he is only holding the job for a few months, interim police Supt. Terry Hillard is looking to make some changes.
Philly Top Cop Says He Talked To EmanuelMayor-elect Rahm Emanuel is preparing to make his choice for a new police superintendent, and Philadelphia police Commissioner Charles Ramsey confirms he has been contacted about the job.
Hillard Hits The Streets Again As Top CopInterim Chicago Police Supt. Terry Hillard was back on the street for the first time in years on Friday.
Hillard Returns As Police SuperintendentFormer Supt. Terry Hillard is back in charge at the Chicago Police Department nearly eight years after he left the post, as the departure of Supt. Jody Weis draws mixed feelings.
Clock Nearly Run Out For Police Supt. WeisChicago's top cop apparently will be out of job when a new mayor takes over in May. The big question: Will he leave when his contract expires Tuesday, or help with the upcoming transition?