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Chatham »

Speedy Cash is set to open its first Chicago store in Chatham sometime in April.

South Shore (above 79th) »

Community members discussed Saturday what they want to move into Jeffrey Plaza after Dominick's closes.

Chatham »

The Tax Increment Financing district would be the eighth eliminated by the mayor.

Grand Crossing »

The two-story building on 79th Street that housed a Sears store for 88 years remains vacant.

Downtown »

Ald. John Arena charged that three proposed referendums were intended to keep his measure off the ballot.

The Loop »

The Union League Club lent its support to Ald. Roderick Sawyer's proposed privatization ordinance.

Downtown »

Aldermen largely debated TIFs instead of a procedural issue involving the Rules Committee.

Downtown »

Aldermen Bob Fioretti and John Arena invoked Rule 41 in calling for a vote on their school proposals.

Downtown »

The Chatham lawmaker takes over the idea-blocking committee "where good legislation goes to die."

Downtown »

The Grassroots Collaborative mixed City Hall protest with Halloween to win more school funding.

Downtown »

The Grassroots Collaborative will try to raise legislation "buried" in the Rules Committee for Halloween.

Downtown »

Despite complaints from businesses, aldermen said the proposal is not dead yet.

Englewood »

The proposed measure, sidetracked in committee, calls for full transparency on city privatization deals.

Downtown »

A resolution calling for a city referendum on an elected Board of Education went to the Rules Committee.

Woodlawn »

Some are unfamiliar with Brazier's legacy; one business owner said there are better ways to preserve it.