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  • Hogan blames O'Malley-Brown for 'food deserts'

    Hogan blames O'Malley-Brown for 'food deserts'
    Republican gubernatorial nominee Larry Hogan blamed Democratic rival Anthony G. Brown for Baltimore's "food deserts" Thursday, suggesting that the O'Malley-Brown administration's tax policies led the the recent demise of the Stop Shop Save grocery chain....
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: July jobs report, July auto sales, personal income for June, June construction spending, July ISM manufacturing report, University of Michigan consumer sentiment for July Local earnings: Catamaran Corp., CBOE Holdings Inc.,  U.S. Cellular Corp....
  • Effort To Improve Health In Impoverished North End Starts In The ER

     Effort To Improve Health In Impoverished North End Starts In The ER
    Deborah Knowlin slowly limps to her kitchen table, favoring her left knee because her right one, she says, gives out frequently. Sitting down at the table, Knowlin snaps open a day-of-the-week pill box and empties Friday's contents into her right hand:...
  • After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'

    After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'
    Chicago Housing Authority voucher recipients will no longer receive enough assistance to place them in the city's most luxurious high-rise buildings under a new policy, the agency announced Sunday. The policy targets "super vouchers" that allow low-...
  • Debate over federal funds focuses on low-income housing

    Debate over federal funds focuses on low-income housing
    The City Commission has decided to approve an agreement with the Orange County government to be a part of the federal government’s Urban County Program – but only after one commissioner got some assurances that the program wouldn’t aim...
  • Illinois took too much money from federal Medicaid account, audit says

    Illinois took too much money from federal Medicaid account, audit says
    Illinois overdrew money from a federal Medicaid account by an average of $60 million per quarter over a three-year period because of “faulty” and “imprecise” practices, according to a federal audit released Monday. The U.S....
  • Arlington Heights backs affordable housing development

     Arlington Heights backs affordable housing development
    The developers behind a number of controversial affordable housing project proposals in the northwest suburbs are finally getting into Arlington Heights. The Arlington Heights village board voted Monday night to approve the Parkview Apartments at 212 N....
  • Emanuel says Rauner should release tax returns

    Emanuel says Rauner should release tax returns
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today said GOP governor hopeful Bruce Rauner should release his tax returns, echoing calls from Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn’s campaign. Rauner, a private equity specialist who has put his own net worth at more than $500 million,...
  • Letter: Editorial about park missed the goal

    The Glendale News-Press editorial of Aug. 9 about the new Maryland Avenue Park stated in part the following: “Our city leaders must keep seeking and acquiring property in those places where it makes the most sense to create new public parks. There&...
  • Economic recovery marked by lower-paying jobs, analysis finds

    The U.S. economy this year recovered all of the jobs lost during the recession, but the new jobs pay an average of 23% less than the ones lost in the downturn, according to a new analysis. Job losses in the higher-paying manufacturing and construction...
  • Glendale Unified students start new school year

    Glendale Unified students start new school year
    About 26,000 students returned to Glendale public schools on Monday with the start of the new school year. Among them were Daniel and Clarissa Victor, siblings who were entering the fifth and fourth grades, respectively, at Horace Mann Elementary, where...