Mayor Lori Lightfoot at City Hall in February 2020. Colin Boyle/ Block Club Chicago

Sick People Ordered To Stay Home Or Face Fines As Coronavirus Hits 151 Cases In Chicago

Police and the Department of Public Health can and will cite people who violate the order, according to the Mayor's Office.

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Grocery Store That Helped Solve South Shore’s Food Desert Problem Reopens After Neighbors Clean Up From Looting

Dozens helped clean up Local Market, which opened last year after the area went without a grocery store for six years. "This is a food safety initiative for us," one leader said.

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Black And Brown Food Pantry, Solidarity March Show Young Activists Are United For Justice: ‘We Are Family’

It's time for Chicago's Black and Latino communities to organize together, Southwest Side activists say. “We face the same struggles …with unemployment, affordable housing, incarceration."

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Englewood Residents Work To Help Small Businesses After A Weekend Of Devastation

"We wanted to show the city and the community that we are still standing with them and that we will continue to support."