Displaying items 37-48 of 287 » View latimes.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-24 Next >
Commercial AppealMichael McLendon, who enjoys acting in DeSoto Family Theatre productions "where I usually play the bad guy," hopes to don a white hat in his new role. McLendon, who won a primary election victory Tuesday and faces no opposition in the general election,...
Tags: Local Government, Primaries, Elections, Politics
Surrounded by kids as he accepted money from a soft-drink company for nutrition and exercise classes, Rahm Emanuel was asked if it might make more sense for children's health to take a harder line on the sale of sugary drinks. "I'm here about making...
If Cubs owner Tom Ricketts actually made good on his threat to leave Wrigley Field for a more baseball-friendly neighborhood, what would be the best use of the site at Clark and Addison? My plan? Flatten and grade it, then enclose it in cyclone fence and...
Change of SubjectThe indispensable blogger on all things parking in Chicago didn't like what he saw out of City Hall yesterday: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel may have done the impossible. He may have actually made Chicago’s reviled parking meter lease deal even......
Belleville News-DemocratThe outgoing members of the Belleville City Council will have their last meeting on Monday. The special end-of-the-year meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the City Council chambers at City Hall, 101 S. Illinois St. Mayor Mark Eckert said city officials...
News briefs from the Tri-Cities. Geneva District 304 renames building to honor Coultrap The Geneva Community Unit School District 304 Board of Education has voted to change the name of the central office on Fourth Street to the Coultrap...
Belleville News-DemocratMayor Mark Eckert said he will recommend a Belleville attorney and former alderman to serve as interim city attorney. Thom Peters, a partner at Boyle Brasher LLC, would serve until the city finds a permanent replacement for Patrick "Mike" Flynn, who did...
State officials have temporarily halted funding to the United Neighborhood Organization, contending the large charter school operator violated terms of a $98 million grant by hiring contractors who are related to one of the group's top executives. The...
On his first day in office, Mayor Rahm Emanuel signed a series of executive orders banning political giving from lobbyists and contractors doing business with the city, part of his campaign pledge to move City Hall beyond the pay-to-play culture that...
Belleville News-DemocratTwo aldermen will draw lots to decide who will be an alderman-at-large because of new ward boundaries due to redistricting. The new ward map, which the City Council approved in May 2012 and went into effect after the April 9 municipal election, affected...
RedEyeChicago’s latest hoop dreams came closer to reality this month. Last week the city kicked-off a new after-school basketball program, called Windy City Hoops, with its first round of regular basketball tournaments. Earlier this year, city...
Tags: Basketball, Columbus Park, Rahm Emanuel, Sports, Chicago Mayor
Readers who don't know much about Chicago's longest-serving mayor will learn a lot from Keith Koeneman's new book, "First Son: The Biography of Richard M. Daley." But readers already familiar with the Daley years may be disappointed if they expect new...
May 9, 2013 |Story| McClatchy-Tribune
May 5, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
May 2, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Apr 30, 2013 | Chicago Tribune
Apr 29, 2013 |Story| McClatchy-Tribune
Apr 29, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Apr 28, 2013 |Story| McClatchy-Tribune
Apr 26, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Apr 22, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Apr 21, 2013 |Story| McClatchy-Tribune
Apr 19, 2013 |Story| RedEye
Apr 21, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Original site for Chicago City Hall topic gallery.