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The Hartford CourantIn a surprise move, state Sen. Toni Harp said Monday that she is running for mayor of New Haven – a move that means a potentially raucous Democratic primary. One of best-known politicians in the Elm City, Harp currently represents about half of...
Former Mayor Richard Daley is giving more than $500,000 remaining in his campaign fund to 13 charities, with the biggest bequest going to the After School Matters organization founded by his wife Maggie, a spokeswoman said Tuesday. He's also giving six-...
This Los Angeles mayoral election isn’t exactly setting the city's electorate on fire. Nor the world, for that matter. It’s so low key that I was surprised to see a very focused piece in the Guardian, Britain’s liberal national...
Trustees this month honored outgoing Village Clerk David Maher for his warmth, wit, humor and insights during 16 years of service to Orland Park. Trustee Ed Schussler used Maher's last Village Board meeting as an elected Orland Park official April 15 to...
Tribune reporterRomeoville Mayor John Noak declared victory over former Chicago Bear Steve "Mongo" McMichael Tuesday night, claiming 61 to 39 percent of the votes in unofficial results, with all the precincts reporting. "I was confident all along that the voters...
Tags: Elections, Celebrities, Super Bowl, Chicago Bears, Radio
After a nasty, mudslinging campaign for re-election against local attorney Steve Eberhardt, Tinley Park Mayor Ed Zabrocki says he's focused on the people's work. Having vanquished his foe in a landslide, Zabrocki plans to keep running Tinley Park the...
L.A. NOWAs they gear up for the May 21 runoff election, L.A. mayoral candidates Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti are spending limited time on the campaign trail as they gather support and cash for the final 10 weeks of the race....
At first glance, two stories much in the news in Los Angeles of late would seem to have nothing to do with each other. The first concerns the fate of the Museum of Contemporary Art — whether it will affiliate with the Los Angeles County Museum of...
Romeoville Mayor John Noak and his opponent in next month's election, former Chicago Bear and pro wrestler Steve "Mongo" McMichael, have been sparring in the media for months. Now, Noak wants to face his challenger in a debate, something he says...
On Monday, millions of Kenyan voters braved the possibility of violence to wait in mile-long lines beginning at dawn to cast ballots in their national election. Turnout, officials said, was tremendous. The next day in Los Angeles, 16% of registered...
Tags: Voting, Elections, Michael Bloomberg, Bankruptcy, Politics
The Markham Roller Rink was past its prime. The clout-heavy owner struggled to make money and failed to make needed repairs, records show. The rink's appraised market value sat at about half a million dollars — and that was before the real...
Don and Prudy Schultz set out walking from their Van Nuys home at 9 a.m. Tuesday, on their way to cast votes they hope will bring changes they've been waiting on for years. "I think this is the most dysfunctional city I've known in my adult life,"...
Tags: Elections, Justice System, Mountains, Landforms, Heart Attack
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