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Chicago rental market still a wild ride as prices tick up

As the spring rental market kicks into high gear, some prospective renters are finding they have to act fast to secure affordable units, as experts say inventory is low and average rent prices in Chicago continue to creep up.

Doctors ask Advocate Health Care to support physicians in Gaza and those who support them

The doctors sought a statement in support physicians in Palestine, for management to contribute humanitarian aid, the creation of asafe spaces to discuss Gazaa at work and a leadership pledge of asustained commitment to this effort and other efforts regarding global health crises around the world."

Record set in West Loop with $7.6M condo sale

Public records do not yet identify the buyers of the 5,187-square-foot unit.

Welcome to the Wayborhood: Wayfairas ribbon cutting ceremony opens much anticipated Wilmette store

Hopeful shoppers were seen peeking into the front entrance of Wayfair, the new retail store in Edens Plaza at 3232 Lake Ave. in Wilmette on May 15. The front doors were unlocked for a media tour that Wednesday but curious folks who stopped by wondered if the store was open for business. Instead, they learned […]

Chicago Tribune journalists file lawsuit alleging pay discrimination against female and Black employees

The lawsuit, which is seeking class action status, alleges female and African American journalists receive, on average, several thousands of dollars less per year than their white male colleagues.

New Metra station to open in Edgewater

Another new Metra station in Auburn Gresham remains under construction.

Plan Commission approves more than 1,400 new apartments, but vote on historic properties hits snag

Commission members delayed at least until June a vote on whether to approve demolishing several century-old Southwest Side warehouses considered significant by historic preservationists.

Illinois legislature approves measure to amend state biometric privacy law

The law, considered among the strictest of its kind, requires companies to gain consent before they collect and store biometric information such as fingerprints or retina scans.

More Illinois health care facilities would have to report patient abuse under new bill

Under current law hospitals must report allegations of patient abuse. But abuse that occurs at clinics outside of hospital walls is not subject to the same requirement.

LGBTQ+ app Grindr prepares move to new Chicago office with plans to expand

The company announced the move Thursday, citing the app's "strong financial performance" in 2023, according to a news release.

Chicago rental market still a wild ride as prices tick up

As the spring rental market kicks into high gear, some prospective renters are finding they have to act fast to secure affordable units, as experts say inventory is low and average rent prices in Chicago continue to creep up.

Doctors ask Advocate Health Care to support physicians in Gaza and those who support them

The doctors sought a statement in support physicians in Palestine, for management to contribute humanitarian aid, the creation of asafe spaces to discuss Gazaa at work and a leadership pledge of asustained commitment to this effort and other efforts regarding global health crises around the world."

Record set in West Loop with $7.6M condo sale

Public records do not yet identify the buyers of the 5,187-square-foot unit.

Welcome to the Wayborhood: Wayfairas ribbon cutting ceremony opens much anticipated Wilmette store

Hopeful shoppers were seen peeking into the front entrance of Wayfair, the new retail store in Edens Plaza at 3232 Lake Ave. in Wilmette on May 15. The front doors were unlocked for a media tour that Wednesday but curious folks who stopped by wondered if the store was open for business. Instead, they learned […]

Chicago Tribune journalists file lawsuit alleging pay discrimination against female and Black employees

The lawsuit, which is seeking class action status, alleges female and African American journalists receive, on average, several thousands of dollars less per year than their white male colleagues.

New Metra station to open in Edgewater

Another new Metra station in Auburn Gresham remains under construction.

Plan Commission approves more than 1,400 new apartments, but vote on historic properties hits snag

Commission members delayed at least until June a vote on whether to approve demolishing several century-old Southwest Side warehouses considered significant by historic preservationists.

Illinois legislature approves measure to amend state biometric privacy law

The law, considered among the strictest of its kind, requires companies to gain consent before they collect and store biometric information such as fingerprints or retina scans.

More Illinois health care facilities would have to report patient abuse under new bill

Under current law hospitals must report allegations of patient abuse. But abuse that occurs at clinics outside of hospital walls is not subject to the same requirement.

LGBTQ+ app Grindr prepares move to new Chicago office with plans to expand

The company announced the move Thursday, citing the app's "strong financial performance" in 2023, according to a news release.

Chicago rental market still a wild ride as prices tick up

As the spring rental market kicks into high gear, some prospective renters are finding they have to act fast to secure affordable units, as experts say inventory is low and average rent prices in Chicago continue to creep up.

Doctors ask Advocate Health Care to support physicians in Gaza and those who support them

The doctors sought a statement in support physicians in Palestine, for management to contribute humanitarian aid, the creation of asafe spaces to discuss Gazaa at work and a leadership pledge of asustained commitment to this effort and other efforts regarding global health crises around the world."

Record set in West Loop with $7.6M condo sale

Public records do not yet identify the buyers of the 5,187-square-foot unit.

Welcome to the Wayborhood: Wayfairas ribbon cutting ceremony opens much anticipated Wilmette store

Hopeful shoppers were seen peeking into the front entrance of Wayfair, the new retail store in Edens Plaza at 3232 Lake Ave. in Wilmette on May 15. The front doors were unlocked for a media tour that Wednesday but curious folks who stopped by wondered if the store was open for business. Instead, they learned […]

Chicago Tribune journalists file lawsuit alleging pay discrimination against female and Black employees

The lawsuit, which is seeking class action status, alleges female and African American journalists receive, on average, several thousands of dollars less per year than their white male colleagues.

New Metra station to open in Edgewater

Another new Metra station in Auburn Gresham remains under construction.

Plan Commission approves more than 1,400 new apartments, but vote on historic properties hits snag

Commission members delayed at least until June a vote on whether to approve demolishing several century-old Southwest Side warehouses considered significant by historic preservationists.

Illinois legislature approves measure to amend state biometric privacy law

The law, considered among the strictest of its kind, requires companies to gain consent before they collect and store biometric information such as fingerprints or retina scans.

More Illinois health care facilities would have to report patient abuse under new bill

Under current law hospitals must report allegations of patient abuse. But abuse that occurs at clinics outside of hospital walls is not subject to the same requirement.

LGBTQ+ app Grindr prepares move to new Chicago office with plans to expand

The company announced the move Thursday, citing the app's "strong financial performance" in 2023, according to a news release.

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