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Debra L. Silverstein

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  • Veteran Chicago aldermen in tight runoffs

     
    Posted by Cynthia Dizikes, Monique Garcia, Dahleen Glanton and Kristen Mack at 7:20 p.m.; last updated at 9:05 p.m. Long-serving 6th Ward Ald. Freddrenna Lyle conceded defeat tonight to challenger Roderick Sawyer, son of former Chicago Mayor Eugene...
  • 50th Ward Ald. Stone set up secret fund to attack rival Silverstein

     
    Posted by Hal Dardick at 5:25 p.m. Fighting for his political life, Far North Side Ald. Bernard Stone’s campaign funneled nearly $14,000 to a political committee that attacked his primary challenger while leaving no direct trail to the City Council....
  • Election Day: Low turnout, few complaints -- and an aldermanic candidate arrested

    Election Day: Low turnout, few complaints -- and an aldermanic candidate arrested
    Voter turnout for Chicago's aldermanic runoffs appeared to come in at less than 25 percent, though some wards on the North and Northwest Sides saw heavier turnout, officials say. Complaints were also low, though a candidate in the 16th Ward was charged...
  • Downtown patios, rooftops could stay open hour later during week

    Downtown patios, rooftops could stay open hour later during week
    Customers of increasingly popular downtown rooftop gardens and outdoor patios could hang out an hour later on weekdays under a proposed trial program that got a preliminary nod from a City Council panel today. Ald. Brendan Reilly, 42nd, put the...
  • City airport leader opposed to wage requirement measure

    City airport leader opposed to wage requirement measure
    The city’s top aviation official today said she opposes an effort to require shops and restaurants at the city’s major airports to pay a “living wage,” an idea backed by a majority of aldermen. Instead, the wages paid should be...