LOCAL CITY NEWS:
One of the cool things about Chicago is that you can kind of experience the whole world within its city limits thanks to the many museums our city boasts. It can get overwhelming trying to hit up all the best museums, especially given all the other cool things to do this season or even just this weekend…Read More
Warmer temperatures have to be on the way. For many Chicagoans, it is what we start telling ourselves around this time of year; it’s the mantra that helps most of us get through the sometimes brutal and snowy winters. Thoughts of walking or biking on the lakefront, BBQs in the park—any park–, outdoor pools opening and the last days of school. ….Read More
The Chicago Bears may not see tight end Zach Miller ever take the field again, but the team did something remarkable on Monday. According to NBC’s Pro Football Talk, the Bears have signed Miller to a one-year contract for the 2018 season….Read More
Carpentersville’s English-language law was supposed to unify, but critics say it did the opposite. Now it’s been repealed.
When Carpentersville made English its official language in 2007 and proposed fines for doing business with illegal immigrants, some Hispanic residents fled, leaving behind dozens of foreclosed homes. Tom Roeser, president of OTTO Engineering, the town’s biggest employer, was alarmed. “I could not afford for Carpentersville to become another Detroit, and it was going that way,” he said….Read More