Larry Canning did not violate election law during his recent re-election to the Bremen High School District 228 Board of Education, an Illinois State Board of Elections (SBE) hearing officer determined recently.
Officials in Springfield and around the country are talking about a “pension cliff” and trying to determine what will happen as large numbers of educators become fully vested in school district pension benefit systems.
Democratic state lawmakers showed their true colors in May when they demanded an investigation into an article about apparently doomed school funding reform legislation, a radio show co-host said recently.
Illinois’ average personal income growth since the Great Recession is tied with Nevada for the worst in the country, according to data from Pew Charitable Trusts recently published on the Illinois Policy Institute website.
The Illinois Republican Party will host a "Cocktails with the Congressmen" fundraising event at the Gene & Georgetti Steakhouse in Rosemont on Monday, with Gov. Bruce Rauner attending as a special guest, according to a press release.
Illinois lawmakers betray their ignorance of the needs and opinions of taxpayers when they pass huge tax increases as a way out of the ongoing budget impasse, a policy expert said on a radio program recently.
Illinois’ ongoing budget problem has left the State Board of Elections in a financial hole so deep that agency officials claim they can’t afford the new computers they need to handle the number of candidates filing petitions to run in next year’s elections.
Chicago State University's (CSU) decision to shelve a West Side campus project is for the best, CSU's faculty union president and a long-serving faculty senate member told the South Cook News recently.