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Typically, the city's voters get wristbands after casting a ballot, a difference from other locales that hand our stickers.
The Love Fridge Is Bringing Free Food To Neighbors In Need In Little Village, Bridgeport: ‘People Want To Help’By Mauricio Peña Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published
Three councils have voted to remove resource officers from their schools already. Here are the meetings this week.
The Party Is Over: Chicago Shuts Down Warehouse Bash And Vows To Do The Same For Other Mass Gatherings
A new city task force is cracking down on parties, events and large gatherings in commercial and residential buildings.
District officials said they need time to plan based on how many families choose all-remote learning. The Teachers Union wants CPS to open for remote learning only this fall.
Previously, only restaurants were allowed to apply for and open a sidewalk cafe. The city hopes the change can help alcohol-only bars and taverns stay afloat.
ICE Wants To Show Public How To Arrest Immigrants With ‘Citizens Academy’ — But Locals Are Fighting To Stop ‘Xenophobic PR Stunt’
The six-week Civilians Academy includes courses on "defensive tactics, firearms familiarization and targeted arrests" and a visit to an immigration detention center.
Illinois Sees Highest Number Of New Coronavirus Cases In 2 Months As State Hits ‘Danger Point,’ Pritzker Says
Another 1,772 new cases of coronavirus were reported and 18 more people died.
Ald. Raymond Lopez said gangs are trying to intimidate him as he holds "gangs accountable" on the Southwest Side. “I will not waiver… I’m not deterred."
The city will allow vendors to leave scooters out at night. Last time, vendors had to pick them up at night and re-deploy them in the morning.
The rules, which go into effect Aug. 15, apply to people of all ages and cover almost all areas of athletics.