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There’s a new ‘I voted!’ in Chicago. sticker – Chicago Tribune

Good morning Chicago.

As Tuesday’s Illinois primary approaches, early voters are treated to a unique new design on arguably the most fun part of voting in Chicago: the iconic “I voted!” ticket.

The Chicago Board of Elections ordered 2 million apple-sized stickers. The new design features a ballot box set against a dark blue background and above the four red stars on the Chicago city flag. The stickers are handed out like small prizes after voters cast their votes, distributed in precincts and added to vote-by-mail packets across the city.

See the new sticker and learn about the artist behind the design.

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Activist Kina Collins (from left) and City Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin challenge U.S. Rep. Danny Davis in the 7th Congressional District Democratic primary. (Chicago Tribune)

As U.S. Rep. Danny Davis runs for a 15th term, opponents argue it’s time to act

City Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin sided with U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries two years ago when the high-ranking New York Democrat came to Chicago to throw his political weight behind West Coast congressman Danny Davis, trying to fend off the most serious primary. The challenge of his decades-long career in Washington. But Conyears-Ervin is no longer behind Davis.

Police are investigating the scene of a fatal domestic violence incident in which a 10-year-old child was fatally injured and a woman was seriously injured in the 5900 block of N Ravenswood in Chicago on Wednesday, March 13, 2024.  (E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune)
Police are investigating the scene of a fatal domestic violence incident that left a 10-year-old child fatally injured and a woman seriously injured in the 5900 block of N Ravenswood in Chicago on March 13, 2024. (E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune)

The 11-year-old boy killed in Edgewater was a dancer preparing to open the school musical

Jayden Perkins had everything to be a good dancer: pointy toes, straight legs, strong arms. But it’s 11-year-old Jayden’s work ethic that underpins his technique, said friend and fellow dancer Nathaniel Vodak.

Now those who loved Jayden are struggling with his sudden loss. On Wednesday morning, Jayden died in a stabbing attack at his Edgewater home, leaving his 33-year-old pregnant mother in critical condition with multiple stab wounds.

Statesville Prison in 2009.  (Alex Garcia/Chicago Tribune)
Statesville Prison in 2009. (Alex Garcia/Chicago Tribune)

Governor JB Pritzker announces plan to demolish historic Statesville prison and replace it with a new one

Management said it anticipates Stateville, located in Crest Hill, about 40 miles southwest of Chicago, will be temporarily closed and demolished, along with a new facility building on its site. The status of Logan Correctional Facility, located in downstate Lincoln about 30 miles northeast of Springfield, is still being worked out, and state officials said the location of the new correctional center is being finalized.

1326 South Michigan, a 500-unit South Loop apartment tower, is seen in Chicago on March 14, 2024.  It recently sold for approximately $144 million, making it the largest condo sale in Chicago this year.  (Vincent Alban/Chicago Tribune)
1326 South Michigan, a 500-unit South Loop apartment tower, is seen in Chicago on March 14, 2024. (Vincent Alban/Chicago Tribune)

South Loop apartment tower sold for $144 million in Chicago’s largest apartment deal so far this year

Downtown neighborhoods like the South Loop and River North are popular places to live, but new investments of this scale are rare, largely due to high interest rates and the economic uncertainty they bring, according to Ron DeVries, senior managing director at Integra Realty Resources. .

“It’s hard to get enough equity on the table and cut a check,” he said. “FPA already has a lot of buildings in Chicago, so that shows they still have confidence in the city. They are an institutional investor and it’s good to see that type of investor still buying. There aren’t many around right now.”

Workers remove protective packaging from a Carver C52 Coupe yacht as preparations continue for the Chicago Boat, RV & Sail Show at McCormick Place in Chicago on January 4, 2018.  (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune)
Workers remove protective packaging from a Carver C52 Coupe yacht as preparations continue for the Chicago Boat, RV & Sail Show at McCormick Place in Chicago on January 4, 2018. (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune)

Chicago Boat Show heads to Rosemont in 2025

The annual show, which has seen attendance decline in recent years, will move to the northwest suburbs after nearly a century in Chicago, in part to be closer to its target customer who buys recreational boats, organizers said.

Jackie Wilson spends the day the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved a $17 million settlement near Chicago on Thursday, March 14, 2024.  (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune)
While Jackie Wilson spent the day near Chicago, the Cook County Board approved a $17 million settlement on March 14, 2024. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune)

Cook County approves $17 million settlement for Jackie Wilson exonerated in 1982 police killings

The payment will resolve a civil rights lawsuit filed by Jackie Wilson, who accused several former Cook County assistants’ attorneys of framing him for murders committed by his older brother. This is thought to be one of the largest wrongful convictions of a single defendant in the county’s history.

Nathan Jones injured in police chase.  According to a statement released by the law firm representing his family, Jones will never be able to walk, talk or move independently and has no hope of medical recovery.  (Salvi, Schostok and Pritchard)
Nathan Jones injured in police chase. Jones will never be able to walk, talk or move independently again and has no hope of medical recovery, according to a statement released by the law firm representing his family. (Salvi, Schostok and Pritchard)

Teen seriously injured in police chase could get $45 million from proposed settlement

The settlement for the young man, who cannot speak or walk and is expected to need 24-hour medical care for the rest of his life, is one of the largest in the city’s recent history.

The Blackhawks logo is seen at center ice during a game against the Lightning at the United Center on November 16, 2023.  (Trent Sprague/Chicago Tribune)
The Blackhawks logo is seen at center ice during the game against the Lightning at the United Center on November 16, 2023. (Trent Sprague/Chicago Tribune)

Chicago Blackhawks’ request to dismiss a former player’s negligence lawsuit denied in Cook County circuit court

A Cook County judge rejected the Chicago Blackhawks’ request to dismiss a former player’s negligence lawsuit, clearing the way for the case to move to the discovery phase.

White Sox pitching coach Ethan Katz watches Dylan Cease throw a bullpen session during a spring training practice on Feb. 21, 2024, at Camelback Farm in Glendale, Ariz.  (Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
White Sox pitching coach Ethan Katz watches Dylan Cease throw a bullpen session during spring training at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz., on Feb. 21, 2024 (Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Chicago baseball report: White Sox turn the page after Trading Dylan – and how the Cubs will define roles in the bullpen

The White Sox turned another page on Wednesday, trading Dylan Cease to the San Diego Padres.

The Cubs, meanwhile, haven’t made any decisions on how they want to fill the final two rotation spots; One of them will replace right-hander Jameson Taillon, who will likely start the season on the injured list due to lower back strain.

Ronnie Marmo as Bill W. and Dr.  Steve Gelder as Bob "Bill W. and Dr.  Bob" At the Biography Theatre.  (Cortney Roles)
“Bill W. and Dr.,” held at the Biograph Theatre. Bob” starring Ronnie Marmo as Bill W. and Dr. Steve Gelder as Bob. (Cortney Roles)

Column: ‘Bill W. and Dr. Bob’ is a fascinating gathering of like-minded individuals at the Biograph Theater

The actor came on stage. “My name is Bill,” he said. And the people in almost an entire theater responded almost in unison.

“Hi, Bill.”

This was the Tribune theater critic Chris Jones It’s the first clue that “Bill W. and Dr. Bob,” the new show at the Biograph’s Richard Christiansen Theater, is not your usual Sunday afternoon at the theater. The second clue came in between, when the typical low hum of conversation between friends gave way to a level of conversation you might find at a college reunion. Strangers were talking, reaching people sitting in rows in front and behind them.

Shaunté Brewer feeds her chickens in her backyard in Chicago on March 6, 2024.  (E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune)
Shaunté Brewer feeds her chickens in her backyard in Chicago on March 6, 2024. (E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune)

One year after heart transplant, Shaunté Brewer teaches students about healthy lifestyles and more

When Shaunté Brewer was 13, she didn’t know her health was in danger. As the Jeffery Manor resident recalls, she was more focused on passing her softball test at the gym than on her pervasive cough. Fortunately, Brewer’s mother determined that the volume and persistence of her daughter’s cough warranted a trip to the hospital.

However, when he was shown the x-ray, his heart was on both sides of his chest. Brewer said his heart was so swollen that he couldn’t even try to beat.

“I thank God for my mother,” Brewer said.

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