After 125 Years, Pieritz Bros. Office Supply Stores Permanently Closing In JuneOne of the oldest independent office supply stores in America is among the newest victims of COVID-19. Call it a sign of the times.
Indiana Beaches See Little Social Distancing On Memorial Day"Why are we going to freak out over something that has such a high survival rate?"
Flooding Concerns Mount As Heavy Rains Persist; Skokie Homeowner Swamped With 6 Inches Of Water In GarageTwo to four inches already have fallen since Saturday, with more heavy rain expected before storms taper off late tonight.
Chicago To Require Food Delivery Apps To Disclose All Fees To CustomersAccording to the mayor's office, restaurants are sometimes charged as much as 30% in commission fees to use third-party delivery services.
Man Wheeled Out Of Northwest Community Hospital To Family After 34-Day Battle With COVID-19Every positive case is a person – perhaps a father or mother, or sister or brother to someone.
Woman Fights To Get Mother Who Contracted COVID-19 Out Of Southwest Side Rehab FacilityThis Mother’s Day, a daughter was fighting to bring her mom home from a nursing home after the older woman tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus Deaths At Nursing Homes Account For Nearly Half Of Illinois' Overall Death Toll; Expert Calls That 'A Major Underestimate'Dr. Howard Ehrman, who headed up the response to the Ebola crisis in Will County as chief medical officer in the 2010s, believes even that number is "a major underestimate."
Chicago Police Break Up Large Parties Defying Stay-At-Home Order; 5 Teens Shot At Lawndale PartyHundreds of people defied Illinois' stay-at-home order Saturday night, leading police to break up two large parties on the West Side alone, one with dozens, possibly hundreds of people.
Battling For COVID-19 Unemployment Benefits"What am I supposed to do? I have rent to pay. I have a car note. I have other bills."
The Fight Furloughed Workers Face With No Income And No Health InsuranceExperts said people who were laid off due to COVID-19 have 60 days to apply for health insurance through state plans.
Large, Packed Parties Shown Violating Stay-At-Home Order, Some Busted By PolicePolice this weekend busted up a rowdy house party in Chicago, for which video went viral. And it was not the only one.
University Of Illinois Hospital Nurse Dies Of COVID-19“For the new nurses, they feel like she’s like their mother,” Illinois Nurses Association President Terence Yee said.
Concern About COVID-19 Deaths In Nursing Homes Grows In DuPage County, Around State
Debate On COVID-19 Testing Heats Up On National Scale; Pritzker Says Results Didn't Come In Sunday From One Commercial LabIllinois has now topped 30,000 COVID-19 cases – with 1,197 new cases confirmed Sunday and 33 additional deaths. But a potentially large number of cases were not included.
Push For Help From State Of Illinois As Nursing Home Patients Die Of COVID-19 At Shocking RateNursing home patients in Illinois are dying at an alarming rate due to COVID-19, and families want answers and help from the state.