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City Council

Racist rants from city employee to cost taxpayers $560,000

Tunney pressures ‘needy’ Cubs to start Wrigley rehab

City services suffer as workers reassigned to Safe Passage, aldermen say

Sheridan Road to be repaved beginning Wednesday, alderman says

Tunney calls on neighbors to form more block clubs to fight crime

Ald. Reilly talks downtown development, improving public safety

Alderman Brendan Reilly (42nd) talked development in his ward, the need for stricter enforcement of city code violations committed by businesses and a plan to improve public safety while speaking at a City Club of Chicago event Monday.


Dutch-inspired 'living street' proposed for Kenmore on DePaul's campus

CPS charter expansion talk draws flak from alderman, teachers union

Public Safety Committee OKs funeral procession measure, historic firearms in museums

Drivers who behave recklessly in a funeral procession could face hundreds of dollars in fines or impoundment of their vehicle under an ordinance approved by the City Council Committee on Public Safety on Thursday.

Alderman 'concerned' with city plan to remove red-light camera