Articles By Bob Chiarito
Nearly 700 nursing home workers who are employed by Infinity Healthcare Management and are members of SEIU Healthcare Illinois went on strike.
NW Side Alderman Had Staffer Falsely Report Cellphone Stolen — Then Had A Constituent Arrested, Lawsuit Alleges
Benjamin George says he found a phone that belonged to one of Ald. Jim Gardiner's staffers — but when he went to the police station to return it, he was arrested for theft.
Facing a deadly pandemic, an increase in homicides and record number of opioid deaths, Cook County death investigations have doubled from 2019.
Former Ald. John Arena refutes claims the sale process was unfair, saying the best plan won out.
Some Chicago Cops Still Won’t Wear Masks Despite 1,200 COVID Infections — Will A New PSA Actually Help?
It's unclear if any officers have been punished for failing to adhere to the department's mask mandate. City leaders are launching a mask campaign, but civilians are skeptical it will make a difference.
A developer has the alderman's approval to move Lake Effect Brewing into the old firehouse, but the Copernicus Center wants the building, too.
The restaurant has been cautious throughout the pandemic, delaying carryout, patio and indoor service. Now, it's dealing with the latest restrictions.
"We’re just trying to maintain a heartbeat for our community,” manager Louie Mendicino said.
There Have Been 950+ Coronavirus Cases Within The Chicago Police Department, But Many Officers Still Won’t Wear Masks
Officers are mandated to wear masks on the job but many fail to do so. "None of our bosses are doing it," one lieutenant said.