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South Shore »

The store on 75th Street has agreed to hire more security, 8th Ward Ald. Michelle Harris said.

Downtown »

Hotels would also be required to have a written policy against sexual harassment as part of the new law.

Mt. Greenwood »

Ald. Matt O'Shea (19th) challenged colleagues and local high school athletes to jump in the lake.

Downtown »

Ald. Joe Moreno said the new restrictions will save "taxpayer money and [prevent] the waste of time."

Downtown »

Ald. Michelle Harris, chairman of the Rules Committee, planned to make another try at passage next week.

Downtown »

"Concerned citizen" George Blakemore is known for long speeches criticizing "rubber stamp" aldermen.

Downtown »

A subsequent vote to scuttle a referendum on city lobbying failed in the City Council as well.

Midway »

Parliamentary tactics used to limit ballot questions "hurts democracy," says Ald. David Moore.

Uptown »

The proposal will head to City Council for full approval Wednesday.

Grand Crossing »

More than 4,000 people lined 42 blocks in an effort to show how big the city's gun violence issue is. 

Chatham »

The mayor, community leaders and residents launched the 3rd Annual Summer of Faith and Action Thursday.

Kenwood »

Ald. Nicholas Sposato welcomed her by saying, "I'm certain the mayor made a great appointment."

Downtown »

Ald. Michelle Harris and attorney-activist Jacob Meister sought to unseat the four-term incumbent.

Calumet Heights »

“I thought it was very inspiring,” Janiya Williams, 13, said about the film.