Pritzker Unveils First Round Of Back To Business Recovery GrantsMoving forward, the grants will be available on a rolling basis. The next application deadline is October 13.
City Council Votes To Allow Chicagoans To Continue Commenting VirtuallyAldermen voted Tuesday to allow members of the public to virtually weigh in at City Council and committee meetings, even after the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and all meetings resume fully in-person.
Gig Workers Struggle To Get Answers About Back Benefits As Some Federal Pandemic Programs EndTens of thousands of people in Illinois are still fighting for unemployment money they are owed from four federal pandemic programs that are now over.
As Package Thefts Skyrocket During COVID-19 Pandemic, What Can Consumers Do To Protect Themselves?Home deliveries have gone way up during the COVID-19 pandemic, and experts say package thefts have skyrocketed as well. So what can consumers do to the protect themselves?
More Than 22,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicIllinois’ estimated claims are among 353,000 total claims filed across the country last week.
Mask Mandate In Effect In Cook CountyHealth officials are hoping a reinstated indoor mask mandate helps reduce the number of COVID-19 cases, especially those caused by the more contagious delta variant.
How Illinois Hopes To Avoid Summer Eviction SurgeThe state expects to provide $1.1 billion in relief to renters and landlords, plus $400 million that will be available in some cities.
CDC To Recommend That Some Vaccinated People Wear Masks Indoors AgainThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to revise its mask guidance Tuesday afternoon, saying fully vaccinated Americans should wear masks indoors in communities where there is substantial or high transmission, according to a federal official.
'It's So Exciting': Chicago Auto Show Returns Thursday To McCormick Place"It’s a smaller show indoors, but we have a lot of events going on outside."
'It's Downright Cruel': Elk Grove Village Shuts Off Water Of Resident Fighting Cancer"You don't realize how often you use it and how important it is until it's gone."
After Reopening, Chicago Illegal Parties Taskforce Now Covering Illegal Activity"We saw a lot of illegal activity.”
Student Fundraiser Nets Nearly $4,000 For COVID Victims In IndiaThose teachers will pay for the food by donating to a fund for coronavirus victims in India.
'I'll Lose Everything' Chicago Landlord Laments Loophole To Let Tenants Avoid Paying Rent"We haven't been able to pay the taxes because we don't have any money."
'Just Want Our Money Back': Illinois Beach Hotel Closes Owing Customers Money"I mean, at least give me the courtesy of a call."
Wedding Business Booming As COVID Rules RelaxWedding season is back -- but with a few changes.