By Scott Reeder | Illinois News Network
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — State officials still want to fire a man with a troubled work history, criminal convictions and a history of street gang affiliations from his $111,432-a-year job in the Illinois system.
But a state arbitrator has ruled Xadrian McCraven deserves his job back. Why he ruled that way remains […]
SPRINGFIELD – While Illinois politicians wrestle with how to tame the state’s ballooning pension shortfall, some of those leaving elected […]Read More →
Colby Geiser started a business from scratch in 2003. He now has 85 employees and more than $6 million in annual sales. Many would say he’s living the American Dream. But Geiser says he’s experiencing the Illinois nightmare.Read More →
WEST LAFEYETTE, Ind. – Can Illinois, struggling with fiscal problems, learn anything from its neighbor Indiana? Well, former Indiana governor […]Read More →
City officials from across the state gathered last month at the annual Illinois Municipal League Conference in Chicago to learn how to manage municipal budgets during tough fiscal times.Read More →
Skyrocketing property taxes mean suburban homeowners are feeling the pinch, but it’s even worse for commercial property owners, particularly in Chicago, a new study from the Civic Federation has found.Read More →