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  • Alderman wants $100 license for food carts

    Alderman wants $100 license for food carts
    A Northwest Side alderman wants to legitimize the sale of tamales, elotes and other prepared food from mobile carts by charging vendors $100 per year and requiring the snacks be prepared off-site in licensed kitchens.
  • City to hire two more cigarette inspectors next year

    City to hire two more cigarette inspectors next year
    As he tries to win approval for a higher cigarette tax, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Thursday that he is stepping up city efforts to crack down on black-market smoke sales. With some aldermen balking at Mayor Rahm Emanuel's 75-cents-a-pack cigarette tax...

    Sandi Jackson's successor sworn in as alderman

    Sandi Jackson's successor sworn in as alderman
    Former Illinois Department of Transportation official Natashia Holmes is the new 7th Ward alderman after the City Council today approved Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s appointment of her to the South Side post. Holmes, 37, takes the seat vacated by former...

    Chicago aldermen split on schools strike

    Chicago aldermen split on schools strike
    For a time Monday, visitors to aldermen's offices at City Hall office were greeted by a 7-year-old whose Mets cap was barely visible over the top of a desk. Chicago teachers were out on strike, so Roberto Maldonado II wasn’t at Drummond...

    Chicago decriminalizes small amounts of marijuana

    Chicago decriminalizes small amounts of marijuana
    Pretty soon people in Chicago will be able to smoke marijuana without getting arrested. That’s because Chicago has a pot problem, but not the way you might think. 'Everybody knew the jig was up. The only people that were paying for it were the...