Englewood, Chatham

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Coronavirus In Chicago: Businesses Will Soon Get Rules For Reopening Safely Amid Pandemic

Workplaces and stores will have limits on capacity and people will need to wear masks, wash their hands frequently and stay 6 feet apart, officials have said.

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Outdoor Dining, Camping, Tattoos, Haircuts And Picnics With Friends: Here’s What’s Allowed Starting May 29

The news comes as the state dipped below 4,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations for the first time since officials began tracking.

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Patio Season Is Back: Restaurants, Bars Can Offer Outdoor Seating Starting May 29, Pritzker Announces

Initially, bars and restaurants were not set to reopen until Phase 4 of the state's reopening plan.

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Healthy Marketplace Planned For Englewood Gets Boost With $1.75 Million City Grant

The funding for the grocery store and community area is earmarked from the Neighborhood Opportunity Fund, which Mayor Lori Lightfoot is trying to revitalize.

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Is CHA Protecting Its Most Vulnerable Residents During Coronavirus? Some Say No

The senior apartment building is located in a hot spot for coronavirus, but residents say it's been difficult to get basic equipment to protect themselves.

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$1 Million Grant Program Helps South And West Side Groups Adapt To Coronavirus As They Work To Stop Violence

A drum circle in Chatham and a community garden in South Shore are among the 164 grant recipients in 21 neighborhoods that offer summer programs to keep kids engaged.

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Coronavirus In Chicago: Illinois Might Have Hit Its Peak, But Caution Still Needed, Officials Say

Coming down from the peak doesn't mean the battle is over: Officials say Illinoisans still need to wear masks and practice social distancing.

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It Could Hit 80 Degrees This Weekend In Chicago

The bad news: Memorial Day will stay warm, but it'll be rainy.