A nurse helps a man during the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918-1919 at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.Wikimedia Commons

How Can Chicago Reopen After Coronavirus? Here’s How We Did It After 1918’s Spanish Flu

Here's how Chicago practiced social distancing and then reopened the city during the 1918 influenza pandemic.

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After Mayor Rejects Defunding Police, Youth Activists Bring Demands To Her Neighborhood

Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday again made it clear she does not intend to defund the Chicago Police Department, but youth activists aren't giving up the fight.

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Neighbors Help Albany Park Doggy Day Care Recover After Monday Storm

A neighbor and customer launched a GoFundMe after downed power lines started a fire at the building.

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Developers Break Ground On 7-Story Apartment Building Across From Sheridan Red Line Stop

The 120-unit building will rise on the former site of an Ace Hardware store. It will include a new Ace, a coffee shop and several other stores.