The state also reported 6,110 confirmed cases, bringing the total to 389,095.
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The event hosted by Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez’s office will take place from noon-4 p.m. Saturday at Harrison Park, 1824 S. Wood St.
The reader-funded nonprofit newsroom was also honored as a finalist for the Best Community Service award as part of the Lens On Lightfoot collaboration.
Testing at the city's other sites is expected to continue.
Co-Op Owned By Formerly Incarcerated Black Women Wins Grant To Bring More Healthy Meals To South And West Sides
ChiFresh Kitchen in Garfield Park prepares hundreds of free prepared meals for partners addressing food insecurity caused by coronavirus. Now, it'll be able to expand.
Election Day is Nov. 3. Here's everything you need to vote on or before then in Chicago.
The City Clerk's office will still launch a plan to modernize City Council's operations next year, including implementing electronic voting so residents can watch aldermanic votes in real time.
Volunteers will enforce mask-wearing and make sure trick-or-treat traffic moves in one direction.
More than 573,000 early voting ballots and mailed ballots have been cast, breaking the record of about 400,000 people voting early in 2016.
Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st) doesn't support the demolition, but he doesn't have the power to prevent it.
Police now say 7-month-old Jaylen Mojica was never missing and never in any danger.
Andersonville Ice Cream Shop Launches Contest For Best Pandemic-Friendly Halloween Candy Delivery System
The winner of the most inventive socially distanced trick-or-treating system will win five pints of ice cream.
Mother Of Man Fatally Shot Near Blue Line Station Wants To Honor Son With A Mural Nearby — But CTA Making It ‘Impossible’
The mother of Brandon McGhee, the 23-year-old who was killed, and Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st) have been trying for weeks to get the mural painted, but the CTA won't approve the project until they meet certain requirements.
The state's new rules for Chicago include stopping indoor drinking and dining, limiting gathering sizes and putting a curfew on bars and restaurants.