Jefferson Park, Portage Park

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2nd Scooter Pilot Starts Aug. 12 With Bird, Lime And Spin

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.

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High School Football Moved Back To Spring After State Makes New Coronavirus Restrictions

The rules, which go into effect Aug. 15, apply to people of all ages and cover almost all areas of athletics.

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Taft High School Votes To Keep Police On Campus, But LSC Chair Blasts CPS Process

“I still feel rushed [about this decision] and I don’t like feeling rushed,” Taft's principal said.

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Patio Theater Continues Restoration, Launches Membership Program While Doors Closed

“I don’t even know how I’ve been able keep up since this started going down. It’s been extremely challenging,” the Patio Theater's owner said.

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Coronavirus Won’t Be Over For ‘Years’ In Chicago, City’s Top Doctor Says

"I don't know we'll ever get to a point where COVID will be eradicated, to be perfectly honest," said Dr. Allison Arwady.

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Free UChicago Lectures On Racial Justice, Coronavirus And More Available

Educational resources on a wide range of topics, freely available for anyone in Cook County, will be released every Monday through August 31.

Black And Latino Students In Chicago Were More Likely To Receive ‘Incompletes’ During Pandemic

Overall, all students received more As and failed fewer classes following the district’s new grading policy

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Coronavirus Making A Comeback In Illinois, Pritzker Warns Amid ‘Very Concerning’ Rise In Cases

It won't "take long to reverse all of our gains" if new cases continue to grow in Illinois, Gov. JB Pritzker said Wednesday.