Indiana Has Record COVID-19 Cases Just Days After ReopeningIndiana reported a record number of COVID-19 cases Friday with slightly under 1,500 confirmed cases and 13 confirmed deaths. The state lifted most of its restrictions days ago.
Chicago Releases Reopen Plans For Houses Of Worship; Attendance Limited To 50 Per Room Or 25% CapacityPlaces of worship in Chicago can now reopen, but with new guidelines in-person gatherings will still be severely restricted.
Shedd Aquarium Celebrating 90th Birthday During PandemicThe Shedd Aquarium is turning 90 years old and will be using virtual celebrations to celebrate all things under the sea all weekend.
Indiana Restaurants Hope Illinois Residents Cross The Border As State ReopensIndiana is welcoming Illinois residents with open arms as the state prepares to slowly reopen.
Clark Street Bridge Re-Opens After Seven Months Of ConstructionTraffic on the Clark Street bridge was again flowing freely Wednesday morning after seven months of lane closures due to improvement projects.
Jeni's Ice Cream Shops To Reopen In Chicago Following RecallOhio-based Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, which has two stores in Chicago, says it has restarted production after a massive recall triggered by the discovery of listeria in some pints.
Roy's Furniture Plans To Rebuild, Reopen After FireFire reduced Roy’s Furniture Company in Lincoln Park to rubble, but the venerable neighborhood institution is already planning a comeback.
Andersonville Deli Back Open, 'Not Going Anywhere'A renowned Swedish deli in Andersonville is back open for business after being closed during the summer, and says it is not going anywhere.
CPS To Make Up Snow Day Next FridayChicago Public Schools students might have been elated to get two days off because of the blizzard, but they'll have to give one of those days back next week.