Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
In Chicago, 40 deaths and 3,542 confirmed cases were reported since Tuesday.
There’s Still Time To Change Holiday Plans, Officials Plead: ‘Better To Have A Zoom Thanksgiving Than An ICU Christmas’Kelly Bauer Citywide Primary category in which blog post is published
Give Local 2020: Here Are Mutual Aid Groups And Nonprofits Where You Can Give — Or Receive — Help Over The HolidaysMaxwell Evans Citywide Primary category in which blog post is published
Farmer John Peterson upended tradition when he converted his family’s northern Illinois dairy farm into an organic vegetable operation that depends on its shareholders, many of whom are Chicagoans.
Nearly 700 nursing home workers who are employed by Infinity Healthcare Management and are members of SEIU Healthcare Illinois went on strike.
A newly proposed ordinance would extend the city's Expanded Outdoor Dining Program and further delay the expiration of some licenses to help businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
The tax hike is part of an effort to close an unprecedented $1.2 billion shortfall next year. The budget also seeks to refinance debt, a tactic known as “scoop and toss” budgeting.
Among the most recent victims were 34 people in Cook County. At least 11,552 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois.
At least 11,506 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois, and another 545 deaths are considered to be probably related to coronavirus.
A mix of rain and snow will likely hit after 3 a.m. Tuesday and continue throughout the morning.
Among the most recent victims were 49 people in Cook County, including a man in his 30s. At least 11,304 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois.
The beloved holiday train and bus will still be decorated, but people won't be able to board. Instead, Santa will wave at children and their families.