Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
Officials have said it's OK to head to the park, but people should keep their visits short and abide by social distancing and hygiene guidelines while there.
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Mac is "not a mom-and-pop landlord" and can afford to forgive rent while still paying its employees, one community organizer said.
Illinois' peak in coronavirus cases is expected to come in mid- to late April.
About 300 students have committed to a tuition strike if the university doesn't negotiate in good faith by April 29, according to organizers with UChicago for Fair Tuition.
Despite Stimulus Bill Promising Unemployment Benefits, Independent Contractors Wait For Answers As Savings Vanish
Gig workers qualify for unemployment under the new stimulus bill — but 1099 workers are being asked to wait indefinitely as a new system is set up to serve them.
30 percent of people being killed by the virus statewide are Black, state officials announced Sunday.
From "Tiger King" to chicken nachos, here are some ways the Block Club team is weathering the coronavirus crisis.
Entrepreneurs of color and woman are encouraged to apply. The first round of applications are due before midnight on Saturday, April 4.
Crime Slightly Down In Chicago During Coronavirus Pandemic, But Shootings And Murders Up Year-To-Date
The state's stay at home order has not kept gang members off the streets, Rev. Michael Pfleger said. "This other virus called violence we’ve had for years."
Chef Jenner Tomaska, formerly of Next Restaurant in Fulton Market, is auctioning an dinner for eight to 10 guests on his Instagram page.