Funded by Illinois Jobs Now! construction program, the projects are part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to create jobs and drive Illinois’ economy forward, according to a news release from his office.
Adam Piotrowski got stuck when he tried to start a medical device company here three years ago. Piotrowski is trying again, and this time he is excited to apply for membership in Chicago’s newest innovation incubator, Matter, expected to open in early 2015 next to digital tech hub 1871 at the Merchandise Mart.
Letters have been sent out to people whose insurance bought through the Afforable Care Act is in jeopardy. These participants need to prove they are living legally in the United States.
Aug. 13 2:42 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
A conference hosted by Dominican University will feature a public forum addressing topics like food deserts, food stamp program cutbacks and the rights of agricultural workers.
A former village manager for Oak Park is suing the western suburb, claiming he was forced to resign in 2012.
Aug. 11 6:30 p.m. |
Sun-Times Media Wire
Cook County Clerk David Orr announced suburban Cook County voters may now apply online for mail ballots for the Nov. 4 General Election.
The memo written by Village Manager Cara Pavlicek and accepted by the board on Monday is the result of a June 16 request by board members. The discussion may have been influenced by the national discussion about a higher minimum wage.
Aug. 6 12:28 p.m. |
Six members of the Village Board voted to have the Liquor Control Review Board examine the potential effect if liquor license classifications were expanded to include establishments that primarily sold alcohol.
Aug. 6 12:13 p.m. |
Three items related to Oak Park's liquor code are expected to be discussed at the regular Oak Park Village Board meeting tonight, Aug. 4. Perhaps the most notable of the items is the issuance of a Package Liquor License for Urban Markets of Oak Park, the company planning to acquire Pan's Food Center grocery store in October, according to the agenda.
Aug. 4 4:57 p.m. |
State Rep. La Shawn Ford is expected to plead guilty Monday morning in federal bank fraud case, prosecutors say.