CALUMET CITY | Fourth Ward Alderman Brian Wilson tried to depart the City Council on a high note last week, yet his disappointment about having his mayoral aspirations die without getting an Election Day vote managed to creep to the surface.
CALUMET CITY | Attorneys for mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson filed an appeal Friday with the Illinois Supreme Court in hopes of getting the candidate back on the ballot for Tuesday’s mayoral election.
CALUMET CITY | An attorney for the mayoral campaign of Brian Wilson filed an appeal Friday to a ruling this week that removed Wilson from the ballot for the April 9 municipal elections.
CHICAGO | A Cook County judge was not sympathetic to the pleas of mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson, ultimately refusing to overturn the decision of Calumet City's Electoral Board that removed him from the April 9 general election ballot.
CALUMET CITY | The Electoral Board on Tuesday heard evidence about mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson's alleged unpaid debts as pertains to his candidacy on the April 9 ballot and is likely to rule on the matter come President’s Day.
CALUMET CITY | An attorney for Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush’s former secretary, who wants to run for a City Council seat in the upcoming municipal election, said Friday he believes the courts will reject the arguments made by the city’s Electoral Board to justify her removal from th…
CALUMET CITY | Members of the city’s Electoral Board spent the bulk of the day Friday reviewing the intricacies of what notary publics do and how they do it in relation to nominating petitions.
CALUMET CITY | Fourth Ward Alderman Brian Wilson, who for more than a year talked about challenging Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush for her post, dropped out Friday from the Feb. 26 Democratic primary for mayor.
CALUMET CITY | Some area residents may be including a prayer of thanks to their local government officials when eating their Thanksgiving holiday meals Thursday.
CALUMET CITY | Thaddeus Jones, who for the past 20 months has served as a state representative and alderman from the city’s 3rd Ward, said Thursday he wants to maintain that dual role for at least the next two years.
CALUMET CITY | Mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson does not plan to run in the 2013 municipal elections with a slate of candidates, but said Saturday he will offer his support to one candidate who wants to take his post on the City Council.
CALUMET CITY | Third Ward Alderman Thaddeus Jones got his City Council colleagues to add some money to the proposed budget for an issue in which he has taken interest in recent weeks – speed bumps on residential streets.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council reviewed its proposed budget for the Fire Department for the current fiscal year – one that could allow the city to hire three new firefighters in coming months.
CALUMET CITY | City Council members began their process of a line-by-line review of an appropriations ordinance that makes few changes from last year, but also leaves open the possibility for last-minute increases in the days before a budget gets final approval.
CALUMET CITY | To 3rd Ward Alderman Thaddeus Jones, the problem on Harding Avenue is an obvious one.
CALUMET CITY | Fourth Ward Alderman Brian Wilson, who for more than a year has hinted at running for mayor in 2013, is beginning to actively campaign for the position.
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CALUMET CITY | The City Council voted to extend the contract of Police Chief Edward L. Gilmore for one more year, while holding off on approving similar extensions for 16 other municipal officials, including the Fire Department chief, the corporation counsel and the economic development coor…
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