Backyard beekeepers may continue their hobby for now in the village of Skokie.
Crestwood Soccer Club board member Rob McKay said the club refuses to open its books to the village, as required under the revised parks ordinance.
As state lawmakers decide Tuesday whether to override Gov. Pat Quinn’s veto of the concealed-carry law, two Southland towns are set to vote Tuesday night on ordinances that would prohibit assault weapons within their borders, the Southtown Star reports.
Residents of a Mundelein are at odds over the birds and the bees – in the literal sense, that is.
Critics say the village is planning to buy a plot of land for $3.8 million dollars and then sell the property to a developer, the Bradford Group, for $100. CBS 2′s Pamela Jones reports.
The Oak Park Village Board takes up the issue of beekeeping at its meeting Monday night.
The Niles village board is expected to vote tonight on a long-awaited ethics code, possibly one of the state’s toughest.
Officials at the Brookfield Zoo are going ape over a plan to raise their water rates.