Contrary To Some Earlier Predictions, New Interest Surges In Returning To Offices Post-PandemicThe pandemic ushered in a wave of working from home, but don’t count out your office space.
Strike Halts Construction Of New Amazon Facility In MarkhamConstruction of a new Amazon facility in south suburban Markham came to a halt Wednesday because of a union strike.
Child Tax Credit: 'IRS Not Set Up Currently To Provide Regular Monthly Payments,' Says ExpertThe revised Child Tax Credit will make raising children cheaper for millions of Americans, but the program may not launch by July 1, as stipulated in the new stimulus package.
New Illinois State Rule Says People With Proof Of COVID Vaccination Don't Count Against Capacity Limits; Rule Still Under Review For City Of ChicagoYour completed vaccination card could be your key to bars, restaurants, and events.
Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez Calls For Reimbursement For Bars, Restaurants That Had To Pay For Liquor Licenses They Couldn't Use When Shut Down For PandemicSo many Chicago restaurants and bars had to shut down during the beginning of the pandemic, but they still had to pay the city for a liquor license.
Despite Pandemic, Boxville Marketplace In Bronzeville Is BoomingJust as the coronavirus spread, so did the entrepreneurial spirit at a hip Bronzeville marketplace.
Bureau Of Labor Statistics Report For February Shows Glimpse Of Hope For Job SeekersA recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics offers a glimpse of hope for job seekers.
Third Stimulus Check: Additional Benefits In The Economic Relief PackageWhile the third stimulus check has drawn a lot of interest, other parts of the American Rescue Plan could also put money in your pocket.
Stimulus Check Update: Economic Impact Payments Are On The WayA third economic impact payment has already reached some Americans, but the timeline will be longer for others.
IRS Tax Filing Deadline To Be Pushed Back To May 17The postponement of the deadline will allow taxpayers and tax preparers extra time to work through the ongoing tax issues resulting from the COVID pandemic.
Army Vet Sues Former Restaurant Business Partners, Claiming They Defrauded Him Out Of Hundreds Of Thousands In Failed West Town VentureA lawsuit has been filed against two Chicago restaurant owners, accusing them of defrauding a U.S. Army veteran out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Andy Schcolnik, Part Owner Of Park Manor Building Where Mass Shooting Happened, Has Been In Trouble Over His Properties BeforeWe've reported on the building where a mass shooting happened this weekend and the tenants that held the keys. On Monday, CBS 2’s Chris Tye had a more thorough look at the man who is part owner of that address - and another troubled address.
Only One Chicago Bar Cited For COVID-19 Restrictions During St. Patrick's Day Celebrations Saturday NightThe city’s Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection said Sunday that it saw very high compliance at bars and restaurants during St. Patrick’s Day celebrations the night before.
Third Stimulus Check: Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400A third stimulus check has been signed into law, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.
Child Tax Credit: How Expanded Credit Works And Why It Means More Money To ParentsRaising a child is very expensive, but the expanded child tax credit is about to give parents some more money to help.