Chicago Crews Prepare To Patch Up Persistent Pothole Problems"It certainly doesn't do the pavement good to have these 50 degree temperature swings."
Chicago Unveils New 311 AppCity residents can take pictures of downed tree limbs and graffiti and send it to 311 and track progress on those requests.
Emanuel's Plan To Fund Pensions: Amending The State ConstitutionChicago needs 276 million for police and fire pensions. And in 2022, another 310 million for municipal pensions.
Icy City Sidewalks Put Pedestrians In PerilCity ordinances are pretty clear. You have until 10:00 a.m. to clear an overnight storm and 10:00 p.m. to clear a dayside storm. And the path clear has to be about five feet wide.
Water Bill Drains Money From Englewood ResidentThe city department of water management would not confirm if the worker is a full or part-time employee.
Early Voting In Chicago, Cook County Starts ThursdayVoters will be able to cast ballots for governor, attorney general, secretary of state, controller, treasurer as well as state house and senate seats.
High School Senior's Artwork Wins Reusable Bag ContestA Mather High School student's colorful depiction of the Chicago skyline standing tall above flowers and fresh picked fruits and vegetables is the winner of the 2018 Chicago City Markets Bag contest.