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Milly Santiago

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Logan Square »

"I'm a poor alderman," Santiago said Wednesday, venting her frustration at the loss of the perk.

Lakeview »

Inspector General Joe Ferguson said he has received a number of complaints about the new policy.

Downtown »

Aldermen seek to find some way to protect renters from having a massive tax increase passed on to them.

Downtown »

After squabbles, City Council group sets up neighborhood meetings for public input on police misconduct.

Avondale »

The grocery store opened at the corner of Diversey and Pulaski Wednesday morning.

Downtown »

African-American aldermen want to question the finalists, and Latinos joined that call Friday.

Downtown »

Ald. George Cardenas called it "insulting and disrespectful" that the interim chief isn't a finalist.

Belmont Cragin »

Ald. Ariel Reboyras said, "Work must be done," but Ald. Deb Mell called for "healing" to begin.

Belmont Cragin »

For the 31st Ward, a parking company used a rare move to get aldermen to lift a ban on parking boots.

Logan Square »

Aldermen demanded the mayor use surplus property tax funds to stop the cuts at a rally in Logan Square.

Logan Square »

The 1.5-million-square-foot warehouse on Diversey Avenue has been empty since 2008.

Belmont Cragin »

Ald. Milly Santiago said education remains "very important," despite diminishing resources at CPS.

The Loop »

The Board of Election Commissioners continued to process absentee ballots as they arrive in the mail.

Belmont Cragin »

Santiago declared victory on Tuesday, but the incumbent alderman is waiting for all votes to come in.

Auburn Gresham »

Incumbents were the clear beneficiaries as the Election Board counted absentee ballots.