Facing High Commissions, Some Chicago Restaurants Are Turning To New Delivery Apps With Different PricingSo many of us have relied on food delivery services during the coronavirus pandemic – but if you order a lot, you know most apps take a good-sized cut for themselves. That has created an opening for new businesses with different pricing.
With Eviction Moratorium Over, Many Chicagoans In Need Of Rental Assistance Are Still In LimboThe nationwide moratorium on evictions is over, but thousands are still waiting to find out if help is on the way.
Aurora Kicks Off Black Business Month With Opening Of New Black-Owned Business, Kalargian Kid, At Fox Valley MallThe City of Aurora on Monday kicked off National Black Business month with a brand-new Black-owned business.
Arlington International Racecourse Plans To Lay Off 237 Employees Next MonthArlington International Racecourse has notified the State of Illinois of its plans to lay off 237 employees next month.
Child Tax Credit: Monday Is Deadline To Opt Out Of Advance Monthly PaymentsWhile the next Child Tax Credit payment is due August 13, the deadline to opt out of advance payments is August 2. Here's how to do it.
Tax Refunds: IRS Delays Hold Up Money For Millions Of TaxpayersWhile the IRS sent out two stimulus checks and updated the Child Tax Credit this year, it's falling short of its core mission of servicing American taxpayers.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Another Another Relief Payment Come This Year?While the COVID pandemic seems to be waning and the economy is improving, many Americans could still benefit from a fourth stimulus check.
State Of Illinois Announces 55 Cannabis License WinnersIt has been more than a year of delays, but finally, 55 winners have been chosen for marijuana store licenses here in Illinois.
With COVID On Rise, Some Bars Are Willing To Require Proof Of Vaccinations To Avoid Another ShutdownWith COVID-19 cases on the rise again – topping more than 2,000 cases for the first time Wednesday since early May – some Chicago area bar and restaurant owners say they are willing to do anything to avoid another shutdown.
Some Downtown Businesses Looking Forward To Cashing In As Lollapalooza Returns For First Time In 2 YearsStarting Thursday, the masses return to Grant Park for the first Lollapalooza in two years. There are, of course, a lot of people hoping to cash in on those crowds. And as CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reported Wednesday evening, some Loop businesses could really use a break.
Child Tax Credit: Why Are Some Parents Having Problems?The first round of advance Child Tax Credit payments went out to parents on July 15, but some payments have been delayed or were inaccurate.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will There Be Another Relief Payment?With the COVID pandemic waning and the economy improving, Americans are wondering if there will be another stimulus check.
Stock Market Plummets Amidst Growing Fears Of COVID's Delta VariantDoes the huge drop in the Dow Jones and other indices mark the end of a historic run that dates back to the pandemic's early days?
Child Tax Credit: Monthly Payments Already Arriving In Parents' Bank AccountsThe IRS sent out the first round of advance Child Tax Credit payments on July 15, and the money is already reaching parents.
Amid Numerous Complaints That It Scammed Customers, Uptown's Adelove Shipping Also Has Eviction Notice -- And It Never Even Had A LicenseThe landlords of an Uptown shipping business accused of scamming customers want them out, and they have put a notice up in black and white on the door.