Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
Officials have said contact tracing will be an important part of slowing the spread of COVID-19 here.
City Public Health Chief Orders Churches To Stop Hosting In-Person Services, But Church Leaders UndeterredBy Alex V. Hernandez Albany Park Primary category in which blog post is published
Traditionally, parents rely on camps, school, day care and relatives to help with kids when they've got to work. Now many of those options are gone — and the state has provided few details on what it will do to help.
Owner Jimmy Kang said he hopes to find a new place close enough to easily deliver to his Lincoln Square fans.
The state's unemployment rate was 1.7 percent higher than the national unemployment rate.
Last year’s Mayfestiversary raised $25,000 for the Friendship Center which the breweries hope to match with this weekend's virtual block party.
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.
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.
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.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot's threat of $500 fines are a “stupid move” and will not deter churches like his, the pastor said.
He Escaped A War And Helped His Family Build A Life In Chicago. But Coronavirus Killed This 44-Year-Old Father Of 3
Muhamed “Hamo” Mušić died May 11, leaving behind a wife and three children. Loved ones have stepped up to raise $107,000 for his devastated family.