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Motorists have only hours left to seek a refund from the city of Chicago.
Forrest Claypool will step down as the head of Chicago Public Schools after the CPS inspector general recommended his firing.
A new investigation by the Chicago Tribune and ProPublica Illinois reveals the mismanagement of the Cook County property tax system, and the politically connected firms who profit from it.
A year after announcing the Mars Wrigley Confectionery project, the candy giant will scrap its plans to expand its Chicago presence and instead encamp in Newark, New Jersey.
Regulations have burned the Windy City’s once-promising food truck sector. One mobile restaurateur hopes to change that.
Prohibition died in 1933, but alcohol-related cronyism is alive and well.
A new study shows the Windy City’s financial troubles persist, despite a series of tax increases.
The Chicago Transit Authority’s latest budget proposal includes 25-cent fare hikes.
Chicago City Council continues its tradition of putting popular but toothless measures on the ballot to protect incumbent power and block real reform.
Increases in several taxes mean a higher tax bill for taxpayers.