Articles By Jamie Nesbitt Golden
More than 900 people have tested positive for coronavirus in nine South Side neighborhoods alone. "This crisis is similar to Katrina," Ald. Sophia King said.
The organization received bulk hand sanitizer, but are unable to distribute it because all stores have run out of small plastic bottles.
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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.
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"People still need to eat, pandemic or no pandemic," said coordinator Sheila Price. "And the people in Englewood don't have enough."
Resident Association of Greater Englewood is helping neighbors get help with childcare, mental health resources and rent support.
The company is moving its tours online with daily 20-minute programs.
When police arrived on the scene, one pedestrian was on the ground and one person was stuck in a car.