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Toni Preckwinkle

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Wicker Park »

Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle said it will be up to commissioners to make hard choices.

Downtown »

The full Cook County Board is expected to repeal the controversial measure Wednesday.

Brighton Park »

County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is warning commissioners not to reverse the penny-per-ounce tax.

Downtown »

By December, automated calls and text should roll out countywide, Chief Judge Timothy Evans said.

Wrigleyville »

Opponents of the tax on sweetened beverages want the County Board to repeal the tax.

Beverly »

The crumbling monument in Beverly was being used as an outdoor toilet before volunteers stepped in.

Lincoln Park »

Another 600 vacant positions will not be filled.

Morgan Park »

The unveiling was paired with the burial of 110 such people at the Catholic cemetery in Mount Greenwood.

Little Village »

The Cook County Public Defender warned of trial delays because of Friday's layoffs.

Wicker Park »

Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle said approximately 1,100 layoff notices will go out next week.

Rogers Park »

Orr, 72, who served 39 years in elected positions, will become a fellow at the University of Chicago.

North Lawndale »

Robert Steele represented the 2nd District, which includes the West Side of Chicago, since 2006.

Lincoln Square »

Capri Sun and San Pellegrino Orange are among the beverages subject to the penny-an-ounce tax.

Jefferson Park »

Attendees are asked to RSVP for the event, which is scheduled for 8:45 a.m. at the church.

Kenwood »

But King hasn't faced tough votes on cops, schools and taxes yet, the author of the UIC report says.