Lakeshore Fitness To Serve Up Tennis Courts, Other Gym Spaces As Remote Learning Labs When School Resumes For Members' KidsThere’s no escaping it. COVID-19 is causing a racket; not only smacking businesses in their pockets, but serving up a giant a ball of stress for parents.
Realtors Say Many Are Looking For More Space At Home, Considering Suburban Areas Amid PandemicA recent nationwide study shows a quarter of realtors have clients who have shifted their preferred location due to COVID-19 – seeking to trade the train station for a parking space and the close commute for a home office.
Illinois Has 1,319 New COVID-19 CasesSo far there have been 195,399 coronavirus cases confirmed in Illinois, including 7,637 deaths.
Some Not Pleased As Access Is Cut Off Near Montrose Beach After Mayor Lightfoot Took To Twitter To Scold Group That Gathered On LawnMayor Lori Lightfoot this weekend saw sun lovers violating COVID-19 safety rules – and she has since taken action and has also said more restrictions could follow.
Gov. Pritzker, Experts Emphasize Importance Of Mask Rule Enforcement During COVID-19 PandemicIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker was joined by public health experts on Sunday as he emphasized the need to maintain rules about wearing masks and social distancing to fight the pandemic – without politics getting into it.
Indiana Announces 1,048 New COVID-19 Cases, 1 Additional DeathIndiana state health officials Sunday announced another 1,048 confirmed COVID-19 cases and one additional confirmed death.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 1,382 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 DeathsIllinois public health officials Sunday announced 1,382 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, including eight additional confirmed deaths.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Takes To Twitter To Scold Large Crowd At Montrose Beach; 'It's Called A Pandemic, People'"This reckless behavior on Montrose Beach is what will cause us to shut down the parks and lakefront. Don't make us take steps backwards," Lightfoot wrote.
Even Without Bud Billiken Parade, Back To School Celebrations Go On This Weekend, Just Smaller And Socially DistancedMusic blasted outside Unity Junior High School West in Cicero on Saturday, as Cicero District 99 staff welcomed a caravan of cars.
Coronavirus In Illinois: Daily Cases Surpass 2,000 Again, Illinois Reaches New Testing MilestoneIDPH also reported the state's second-highest daily testing total on Saturday, with Illinois laboratories reporting 48,016 tests in the past 24 hours.
Indiana Announces 1,036 New COVID-19 Cases, 13 Additional DeathsIndiana state health officials Saturday announced an additional 1,036 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and another 13 deaths due to the novel coronavirus.
'The Show Will Go On!' YouTube Live Concert To Benefit Chicago TheatersSunday night at 6 p.m. 60 of Chicago's brightest young professional actors will perform on YouTube Live in "The Show Will Go On," a benefit concert to support Chicago theaters.
Loyola Freshman Learns On-Campus Living Canceled Minutes Before Boarding Flight To ChicagoA family from Salt Lake City, Utah, planned on moving their daughter into a dorm on Loyola University's campus but found out minutes before boarding the plane that the university canceled on campus living indefinitely.
Chicago's Magnificent Mile At Risk For Massive Store Closures, Alderman SaysThe Mag Mile businesses aren't unique, but Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said it is the recent violence and spike in burglaries that is causing real concern now.
Entire Cubs-Cardinals Series Postponed After More Positive Tests For St. LouisThe Chicago Cubs' game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday night in St. Louis has been postponed, after another Cardinals player tested positive for COVID-19.