As Illinois Surpasses 10,000 Coronavirus Cases, Medical Experts Plea: ‘Please Continue To Stay Home’
In the last 24 hours, there have been 1,453 new confirmed cases and 33 more deaths.
After Kushner Blames Coronavirus Failures On States, Pritzker Fires Back: ‘It’s Called The UNITED States of America’By Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
There have now been 210 deaths in the state and 8,904 confirmed cases.
The neighborhood group has identified 250 families in its network that need immediate assistance, some of whom are undocumented and don't qualify for federal aid.
The equipment can do in hours what it might take an entire day for technicians to do manually, speeding up the testing process for COVID-19 patients.
But developers say they'll try again amid some pushback from Lincoln Square neighbors about the loss of a parking lot.
When "Sonic Sepulcher” is released later this month it'll include recordings of the band's performances at legendary clubs and venues that no longer exist.
South Side Dads Struggling During Coronavirus Can Get Groceries, Gas, Diapers And More Through Fatherhood Relief Fund
A group focused on helping young dads sprung into action — and raised $50,000 — when COVID-19 hit their community.
Crime Slightly Down In Chicago During Coronavirus Pandemic, But Shootings And Murders Up Year-To-Date
The state's stay at home order has not kept gang members off the streets, Rev. Michael Pfleger said. "This other virus called violence we’ve had for years."
Officer Marco Di Franco's death occurred in the line of duty, interim Supt. Charlie Beck said.
Draw The Bloomingdale Trail How You Like It, And Advisory Group Will Stitch Together An ‘Endless Trail’
With the wildly popular 606 trail shut down, Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail need your help with an art project meant to keep folks connected.