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If passed, the Chicago Rideshare Living Wage and Safety Ordinance would raise drivers’ wages, improve driver safety and create a transparent system to handle driver deactivation.
Some of the ways scammers have used QR codes are by placing fraudulent QR codes on parking meters or by posing as legitimate businesses.
The EMWQ Retirees’, Widows’ and Children’s Assistance Fund was founded to provide financial assistance to the children and widows of active service members of the Chicago Fire Department who die.
Los carriles entrantes de la Autopista Kennedy se reabrirán, termina primera fase de un proyecto de construcción de tres años
A las 5 a.m. del martes, los carriles en dirección sur estarán totalmente reabiertos. Una primera fase de seis meses reparó superficies, rehabilitó puentes y actualizó la pintura y las luces entre Ohio Street y el cruce de Edens.
The Bronzeville Trail Task Force met with the city two weeks ago discuss opening at least some parts of the trail.
Inbound Kennedy Expressway lanes to fully reopen as first phase of three-year construction project comes to a close
By 5 a.m. Tuesday, the southbound lanes will be fully reopened, IDOT says. A six-month first phase repaired surfaces, rehabbed bridges and updated paint and lights between Ohio Street and the Edens junction.
Etiquette experts said tipping extra or gift giving during the holidays shows you appreciate the workers you revisit often throughout the year.
The transit agencies say the plan aims to improve bus service with shorter travel times and more consistency, but some transit advocates say it lacks specifics.
Giant balloons, including Teddy the Turkey and Kermit the Frog, return to city’s 89th Thanksgiving Parade
A shortage of helium was, in part, what made the cost of running the inflatable balloons out of budget for parade organizers, said executive director of Chicago’s Thanksgiving Parade Foundation.