Bronzeville, Near South Side
Another 148 Illinoisans have been killed by coronavirus in the past day. At least 12,974 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois, and another 808 deaths are considered to be probably related.
Social Distancing Is A Privilege — And More Black And Latino Chicagoans Died Because They Couldn’t, Study SaysKelly Bauer Citywide Primary category in which blog post is published
Illinois Sees Two Deadliest Days Of Pandemic With 192 More People Killed By Coronavirus: ‘Stay Home Whenever You Can’Kelly Bauer Citywide Primary category in which blog post is published
“The way I look at it, we’re crafting a plan for 100 percent of wishes,” CPS CEO Janice Jackson told Chalkbeat in a wide-ranging interview about the city’s reopening plans.
Study Confirms What South Siders Said For Years: A Trauma Center Is Improving Emergency Care For Black Chicagoans
On average, trauma patients in South Shore reached a hospital nearly nine minutes faster the year after the trauma center opened compared to the year prior.
Among the most recent victims were 71 people in Cook County, including four women and men in their 40s. At least 12,639 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois.
Chef Lizz Wright has created a new menu for the redesigned space, which honors the life of the Black botanist George Washington Carver, an advocate for healthy eating and self-sufficiency.
"I'm very hopeful that by the time we're halfway or in the third quarter of this year, we'll be in a different place," said Dr. Allison Arwady.
The order's rules apply to all travelers, even those not showing symptoms of COVID-19.
Among the most recent victims were 20 people in Cook County. At least 12,403 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois.
Winter Parking Ban Sneaks Up On Chicagoans As They Wake Up To Missing Cars, Expensive Towing Charges
The city's winter parking ban went into effect overnight Tuesday, catching many unsuspecting car owners off guard when they went out to their cars and found empty spots.
Noble, which before had promised to “sweat the small stuff” on discipline, got rid of its school uniforms and a controversial demerit policy that punished students for small infractions. But can the changes stick?