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firstname.lastname@example.orgROCKAWAY BEACH, Mo. -- A popular tourist attraction on Lake Taneycomo was forced to be canceled earlier this year. But, after losing the annual boat races, the Rockaway Beach community is now fighting to keep another longstanding tradition alive: its...
After Brian Church completed a course in emergency medicine at Broward College, he told his mother he was headed to Chicago for hands-on experience he hoped would boost his chances of becoming a paramedic. "He was very proud of the fact that he was...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's no-bid deal for new expressway billboards guarantees the city far less than half the $700 million the private vendor expects to make and essentially requires Chicago to repay all the upfront cash the mayor touted as a key selling...
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration faces a monumental crisis. His city is short on cash, and City Hall is short on love. But there is a way for him to solve his problems — to fill the city's coffers and also bring him the hugs of...
Change of SubjectOn January 4, Fran Spielman of the Sun-Times reported: Ald. Richard Mell (33rd) — powerful chairman of the City Council’s Rules Committee and father-in-law of convicted former Gov. Rod Blagojevich — has told associates he is preparing to...
Chicago's 3-year-old gun registry could go away as part of the concealed carry law state lawmakers recently passed, but few are publicly mourning the loss of a database once heralded as a key part of the city's gun control laws. The registry, put in...
Theresa Mintle doesn't officially take over as chief executive of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce until Aug. 5. But operating with the same frenetic energy as her former boss, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, she has already made two requests of the chamber's...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday sought to lay the blame for upcoming Chicago Public Schools budget cuts on state lawmakers' failure to extend pension relief, saying the loss in Springfield is now "on the doorstep of every school and every classroom in the...
In cities across the world, from Paris to Beijing, young lovers have developed a beautiful and wonderful tradition: Locks of love. The custom has recently cropped up in Chicago, but unfortunately, City Hall is heartless and is bent on being known as...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Pat Quinn have reached an agreement that could end months of indecision by state regulators and accelerate the mayor's moneymaking plans for posting massive digital billboards along the city's expressways. The Illinois...
State legislation aimed at reducing the number of children struck by vehicles near schools across Illinois breezed through the House in April, but it hit a speed bump in the Senate well before the General Assembly session ended last week. A major...
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