Articles By Justin Laurence
The state surprised by issuing two licenses for dispensaries at 436 N. Clark St. and 216 W. Ohio St. Friday.
Cut Cats Couriers is taking extra precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic, while ensuring people stuck at home have access to food.
Patrick Berger, co-owner of Paddy Long’s and Kaiser Tiger, kept his Lenten fast going despite the coronavirus pandemic. He now plans to open both for delivery and takeout.
Cars parked at expired meters with no other violations wouldn't be ticketed, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said last week. But it's happening anyway, Chicagoans say.
One bus driver has contracted COVID-19 and another is in isolation after their spouse tested positive for the virus.
Residents on East Huron Street in Streeterville awoke to a row of parking tickets the day after Mayor Lori Lightfoot said ticketing is suspended except in cases of public safety.
Several dispensaries, including Dispensary33 in Andersonville, announced this week they were suspended recreational weed sales to prioritize medical patients.
Chefs, Restaurant Owners Come Together To Ask City, State — And You — For Help During Coronavirus Shutdown
Owners urged the state to give emergency unemployment benefits to all hourly and salaried workers, eliminate payroll tax for business owners and call for rent and loan abatement for workers.
The towers at 400 N. Lake Shore Drive would rise 875 and 765 feet high. Plans also call for the completion of DuSable Park and the eastern edge of the Riverwalk.