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The new Downtown school was originally slated to received $9 million in tax increment financing.

Kenwood »

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

Downtown »

Aldermen moved to remove the honorary street sign by Trump Tower last week. 

Downtown »

Aldermen introduced an ordinance to take down the Downtown street sign honoring Donald Trump.

Downtown »

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

South Loop »

The city seeks $11 million in TIF funds, more than previously reported, for the neighborhood school. 

Downtown »

Fifteen aldermen still voted with Rahm 100 percent of the time, and he's never lost a contested vote.

Kenwood »

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

Near West Side »

The West Side alderman, now in his second term, plans to welcome a baby with his wife in 2016.

Montclare »

Ald. Nicholas Sposato urged Gilbert Villegas to succeed him in the 36th Ward.

South Chicago »

Ald.-elect Susan Sadlowski Garza said the 10th Ward's lakefront resources are being squandered.

Downtown »

Political watchers think fresh faces on City Council could be a sign of progress and productivity.

The Loop »

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

Downtown »

The seven remaining members of the Progressive Reform Caucus all won re-election.

Downtown »

Several incumbent aldermen lost Tuesday, shaking up the City Council.