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Jason Ervin

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Downtown »

Ald. Anthony Beale charged McCarthy is "not the smartest person in the room" and needs to listen more.

Downtown »

A group of African-American aldermen wants the city's top cop fired after a bloody September.

Near West Side »

Available while supplies last, the free tickets are for the game Saturday at Soldier Field.

North Lawndale »

The community job fair aims to hire residents from the North Lawndale and Little Village neighborhoods.

Near West Side »

Contractors seeking millions in tax dollars from the City Council are routing cash through Ervin.

Downtown »

Aldermen, union members and community activists rejected the $13 recommendation by a mayoral task force.

West Loop »

Signs banning parking from 1:30-3:30 p.m. remain posted as groups push morning ban, Madison St. meters.

East Garfield Park »

The alderman called on incumbent Rep. Derrick Smith to drop out of the race.

Near West Side »

Alex Pissios plans to recreate the streets of Paris and New York at the studio at 2621 W. 15th Place.

Downtown »

"CPS is graduating kids that can barely read. I can't hire them," one prospective school leader said.

Midway »

Ald. Howard Brookins Jr. sought to address the "injustice" between workers at O'Hare and Midway airports.

Little Italy »

Owner Mike Sharma agreed to appease one neighborhood group by naming his shop Michael's Wine and Spirits.

Downtown »

The city tax on cigarettes would rise 50 cents a pack instead of 75 cents in an 11th-hour budget deal.

Downtown »

The Finance Committee approved increases in the cigarette and cable taxes.

Tri-Taylor »

Some Near West Police District residents want the meeting moved from the nondenominational high school.