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Cook County on Tuesday, Feb. 11 in Arlington Heights, as part of the county's Planning for Progress effort. Two sessions will be held at Arlington Heights Village Hall, 33 S.
The new chairman could be the first one in Metra's 30-year history to be selected by the board members themselves with little apparent influence exerted by the political powers who appoint the directors, officials say. "I know of no pressure from any
John Wrana, a 95-year-old World War II veteran, refused to leave Victory Centre in Park Forest on July 27 to be taken to a hospital and became belligerent to the point that staff called police. We have a resident that is threatening to harm other
The board's move to appoint O'Halloran was a fateful one: He became involved in a power struggle with former CEO Alex Clifford. Both men exited Metra last summer amid a growing scandal into political patronage at the agency, which Clifford accused O'
The sting operation ran from Jan. 23 to Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2. Cook County sheriff's deputies arrested 32 "johns" during the sting and "recovered" two adult prostitutes who were not charged with any crimes, but instead agreed to enter a treatment
Cook County Commissioner Tim Schneider & Cook County Board of Review Commissioner Dan Patlak have endorsed Arthur Niewiardowski for Republican Committeeman of Elk Grove Township. "As a business owner and a long-time Republican organization member,
February 5, 2014 12:19PM A winter weather advisory was extended until 2 p.m. Wednesday for counties along the Lake Michigan shoreline after an overnight storm dumped more than seven inches in some areas. The National Weather Service extended the
After buying a West Rogers Park two-flat in 2009, the county continued to send the property tax bills to the previous owner. Mucci thought she had gotten everything straightened out early last year. She paid the back taxes and received assurances
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle cited the ease of the program which provides discounts of up to $40 per procedure and is available for up to two pets per household. "There are no coupons or bar codes to print, and there are no
Illinois has its eye on fatal traffic crashes. State and local police have worked to reduce fatalities by cracking down on common traffic violations such as speeding, drunk driving and failing to use seat belts. Lawmakers have tightened driving