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Religious services should be held virtually to protect people as coronavirus resurges throughout Illinois, Gov. JB Pritzker said.
Fight Over Police Funding Shows Divided Council, With Some Calling For Cuts As Others Beg For More CopsJustin Laurence Citywide Primary category in which blog post is published
Facing A ‘Terrible Winter’ And Hanging By A Thread, Restaurant Owners Beg City, State For More Guidance — And Tax ReliefHannah Alani Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town Primary category in which blog post is published
Sober Community Offers Exercise, Camaraderie For South Siders Recovering From Substance Use Disorder
Exercise can serve as a powerful metaphor for the recovery process. "Whenever I’m jogging, all I have to do is focus on the next step in front of me," one volunteer said.
The Northwest Side alderman made the comment during a contentious City Council hearing about the Chicago Police budget.
The most recent victims included 13 people from Cook County, including a man in his 40s.
The city's curfew for non-essential businesses has also been moved back until 11 p.m. The Mayor's Office said the changes mean the city's rules will more closely match the state's restrictions.
About 60 percent of the Fire Department is white. Fire Commissioner Richard C. Ford said he's hamstrung in hiring, as the last entrance exam was held in 2014. The next test will happen in 2021.
Immigrants of all ethnic backgrounds and varying legal status have a stake in the vote over the fair tax amendment. Here’s what some advocates for immigrants in Chicago had to say about it.
Molasses, A Nightlife Collective, Is Creating Black Trans Liberation Through Art, Mutual Aid And Self-Defense Series
The grassroots collective of Black and transgender nightlife artists will teach self defense, protest safety and strength training to other queer people of color.
As Indoor Dining Ban Looms, Restaurants ‘Winterize’ Patios With Tents, Igloos — But Is It Safer Than Eating Inside?
An infectious diseases expert said the safety of igloos, greenhouses and partially-enclosed tents comes down to ventilation and sanitization.
City officials and Chicagoans need to "double down" on supporting restaurants, which are facing an indoor dining ban that starts Friday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.