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Candidates debate issues in Illinois House races

by CYRYL JAKUBOWSKI For more than 90 minutes, candidates in the 20th and 50th Illinois House districts answered questions about how to improve the state’s economy, create jobs, address pensions, deal with

Committee hears zoning bids

by BRIAN NADIG A proposal to subdivide a residential lot, the construction two six-flats and a planned art studio are among the zoning proposals in the Old Irving Park area which the

Zoning committee considers delaying vote on proposed pedestrian street designation for Jefferson Park, but honors voting custom

by BRIAN NADIG A City Council committee at its Oct. 28 meeting nearly deferred a vote on a “pedestrian street’ zoning designation for the Jefferson Park business district due to community opposition,

Pivots, predictions in final election column

by RUSS STEWART Now is the time, just days away from the Nov. 4 election, for all astute candidates in still-winnable races to "pivot." If they don’t, they lose. After months of

Chicago police to begin searches for explosives

The Chicago Police Department and the Chicago Transit Authority have announced that they will begin a new federally funded counterterrorism initiative to check CTA riders for explosives during the week of Nov.

Meeting set on planned medical pot dispensary

by BRIAN NADIG Alderman John Arena (45th) will hold a community meeting on a proposed medical marijuana dispensary in a vacant storefront at 4758 N. Milwaukee Ave. at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov.