Pritzker reached out to students to let them know it's OK to be sad or frustrated as they miss classes and milestones like prom. "Don't beat yourself up over being human," he said.
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Jackie Bravo Vicere of Irving Park started out with her neighbors, and now “People have been reaching out to me nonstop.”
The Greater Chicago Food Depository will also use the arena to store food to meet growing demand.
A 22-year-old woman and a 25-year-old woman were wounded, police said.
From Hyde Park to Uptown to Logan Square, Chicago’s independent music venues are struggling because of the coronavirus shutdown.
Undocumented families pay taxes but aren’t able to apply for unemployment or other federal and state programs, organizers said.
After closing March 13, faculty at Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School resumed regular instruction online March 18, limiting lost instructional time while giving parents needed time to focus on other responsibilities.
Cut Cats Couriers is taking extra precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic, while ensuring people stuck at home have access to food.
The owners of popular Puerto Rican restaurant Jibaritos y Más are opening a third location in Lincoln Park at the former Duke’s Bar and Grill on Clark Street.
Of the 150 businesses in the district, 91 are "non-essential" and must remain closed for now. "I sincerely believe that businesses are suffering," one commissioner said.