Toni Preckwinkle

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Pay Equity Supported by Top Pols at Daley Center Rally

Gov. Pat Quinn and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle cheered equal pay for women.

Downtown »

'Oscars of Community Development' to Honor Neighborhood Groups

Uptown's Voice of the People was among those to be recognized in the 20th annual ceremony.

Hyde Park »

Estelle, Rahm on Hand as Massive Harper Court Development Finally Opens

Hyde Parkers welcomed a 450k-square-foot complex that could become a "catalyst" for South Side growth.

Downtown »

Protesters Demand State's Attorney Step Down After Failing To Charge Cop

Demonstrators protested State's Attorney Anita Alvarez's decision not to prosecute Gildardo Sierra.

Grand Crossing »

Tougher Gun Laws Would Have Kept Murder Victims in Jail, Top Cop Says

ANALYSIS: 89 shooting victims this year would have been in jail under harsher penalties pushed by cops.

Hegewisch »

City's Last Wild Prickly Pear Cacti Live, in Secret, on Far Southeast Side

The cacti once thrived on the lakefront, but there are less than 100 remaining within the city limits.

Downtown »

Rahm Says City's Summer Youth Jobs Program Helped Hire 20,000

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle will honor a success story Thursday.

Downtown »

Untaxed Cigarettes Targeted by Cook County

Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle said, "Vigorous enforcement encourages compliance."

Downtown »

Burge Torture: Preckwinkle Joins Rahm in Accepting Responsibility

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle called police torture "a disgrace and a blemish."

Chatham »

Workshop to Help Female Entrepreneurs This Weekend

Melinda Kelly, executive director of the Chatham Business Association, will moderate conference panel.

Hyde Park »

Hyde Park Fourth of July Parade Brings Out the Patriotism

Toni Preckwinkle marches as Lady Liberty and Barbara Flynn Currie dresses as Uncle Sam.

Little Village »

Preckwinkle Opens $86 Million Jail Medical Center

The facility was created especially to help treat mental illness and substance abuse.

Little Village »

It's a New Era for Former Republic Windows Employees Who Staged Sit-In

Five years after workers famously protested a plant shutdown, they opened their own factory.    

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