The Chicago Public Schools budget crisis is nothing new in Chicago, and with an issue this complex, how do we even attempt a solution if we can’t grasp the full scope of it?
One month into the City of Chicago’s new “checkout bag tax,” shop owners in Logan Square note the difference in the bagging habits of their customers.
Rep. Luis Gutiérrez, who represents Logan Square, parts of the Southwest Side and some of the western suburbs, was removed from a meeting with the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Feb. 16.
Ellison has been touring the country to gather support — and funding — for his candidacy, and he’ll make a stop Jan. 8 at The Wild Hare (2610 N. Halsted St.).
Over a thousand people, potentially over 2,000, would be deported from the neighborhood, LoganSquarist has found.
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35th), as progressive an alderman as you’ll find, has set forth his explanation for the stunning loss already on social media.
In his Sept. 15 Facebook post, Guzzardi describes the free tuition proposal as “the kind of transformative investment we’ll need to rescue higher education in our state from the brink of extinction.”
Two members of We Are/Somos Logan Square protested against luxury developments in Logan Square on Saturday, April 9, near the Twin Towers project.
Update: Same-day registration is not happening this election, so voters must be registered by Oct. 23.
The delegate from Illinois who was sent home from the Republican National Convention after her racism was discovered on Twitter represented Illinois’ Fifth Congressional District, which includes part of Bucktown and Logan Square.