Monthly Archives: February 2014
By LUKE WILUSZ Staff Reporter Former Dominick’s store managers filed a federal lawsuit Friday seeking unpaid overtime wages from the shuttered grocery chain’s parent company. Janice Balonek and Jana Bready filed suit in U.S. District Court against California-based Safeway Inc. and Illinois-based Dominick’s Finer Foods Inc., claiming the companies failed to pay overtime wages to
All eyes will be on Chicago Sunday — more specifically, on our ice crusted North Avenue Beach, between 10 a.m. and noon.
That’s when Mayor Rahm Emanuel; former Chicago Bear/now Detroit Lion Israel Idonije; “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon; and seemingly just about everyone, plans to go jump in the lake, or bear witness to a celebrity-tinged Polar Plunge.
Emanuel and Idonije share the real story on how we got here.
Head of Get Covered Illinois explains what they’re doing ahead of the March 31 deadline for ‘Obamacare’
As we enter the final month to buy an insurance plan this year through the Affordable Care Act, I asked Jennifer Koehler, the executive director for Get Covered Illinois, a few questions about what its plans and challenges are leading up to the deadline of March 31. Starting tomorrow, Get Covered Illinois, which is run
Dierks Bentley is all over the map on his new album, “Riser,” and that’s a VERY good thing. The 7th studio album from the Grammy-nominated country music hitmaker is his most personal journey to date. There nary a misstep as Bentley traverses everything from heartbreaking ballads to tug-at-your heartstrings love songs to kick-up-your heels rockers.
TEMPE, Ariz. — It was just one inning in the second game of the spring – an ugly 15-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels no less. But for a sequence of a few batters in the seventh inning on Friday, the vision the Cubs have for this homegrown rebuilding thing was there for anyone
Best selfie ever? Best selfie ever.
First American Bank is warning customers not to pay for cab rides with plastic after it detected a data breach tied to debit cards used in Chicago taxis. A lawyer for the Elk Grove Village-based bank told Crain’s Chicago Business that it denied more than 400 transactions totaling more than $62,000 on its cards since
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Right-hander Matt Lindstrom was scratched from a scheduled outing in the White Sox Cactus League opener Friday because of mild left oblique strain. Lindstrom, who is probably being considered as a possible closer candidate, could resume throwing Saturday, the Sox training staff said. ”Just holding him out, holding him back just in