Despite Full Reopening Coming Up, COVID-19 Surcharges Not Going Anywhere At Many Chicago BusinessesBecause the coronavirus numbers are looking so good, Chicago returns to a "full normal" this Friday. But we've learned that the COVID-19 surcharges we have been paying lately may be here to stay.
Tower Show Productions, Organizer Of Huge Holiday Craft Show Benefiting Lambs Farm, Is Accused Of Shutting Down And Leaving Artists High And DryOrganizers of a large suburban holiday craft show are accused of closing up operations and leaving artists out of thousands of dollars.
Child Tax Credit: How Much Money Will You Get Each Month?The updated Child Tax Credit, as part of the most recent stimulus package, is scheduled to start in July, will millions of parents eligible for monthly payments.
Foot Traffic Downtown Is Up To 45% Of Normal, Chicago Loop Alliance SaysPeople are returning to the Loop, and a new report from the Chicago Loop Alliance proves it.
Computer Chip Shortage Has Been Sidelining Auto Workers In Chicago Area, But Expert Says Worst May Soon Be OverA computer semiconductor chip shortage is sidelining workers across the country at auto plants. As CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reported, the Ford Chicago Assembly Plant at 126th Street and Torrence Avenue sat idle for eight weeks.
New Concept Grocer Dom's Kitchen & Market Opens First Store In Lincoln ParkTouted as the city’s “newest next generation local food emporium,” the first of what’s planned to be a chain of small footprint grocery stores opened Tuesday in Lincoln Park.
Is Dogecoin A Good Investment? Expert Suggests Avoiding Controversial Cryptocurrency MarketDogecoin, which started as a joke, is now worth real money, though the value of the cryptocurrency can vary widely.
United Airlines Banking On A Return Of Supersonic Travel, Plans To Buy 15 Jets From Startup BoomUnited Airlines wants to bring supersonic travel back to the skies for the first time since the Concorde was retired 18 years ago.
Stimulus Check Latest: Will You Get A Fourth Relief Payment?With the latest round of stimulus checks already distributed to most eligible Americans, many wonder if additional aid is coming.
A Full Chicago Reopening Brings Some Challenges, But A Jolt Of Excitement In WrigleyvilleIn a mere eight days, the City of Chicago will officially reopen – with COVID-19 capacity restrictions lifted for full bars, restaurants, and ballparks.
After A Harrowing 2020, Chicago's Loop Is Coming Back To LifeThe foot traffic speaks for itself – the Loop is inching toward normal. The Loop Alliance said office building capacity is getting higher by the week with 20 percent as of May 16, which means more downtown workers since the start of the pandemic.