Looted Small Businesses Seek Help From City, Neighborhood Chambers Of CommerceThe Mayor’s office is still working out the application process for a $10 million emergency relief fund for looted and vandalized businesses.
New Rules For Humboldt Park Hair Salon As It Prepares To ReopenIt’s official – Mayor Lori Lightfoot was allowing businesses to reopen Wednesday.
Volunteers Step In To Help After Bronzeville Business Is LootedWe’ve seen shattered windows and stolen merchandise amid the unrest in Chicago in recent days, but we’re also seeing people come together to help communities rebuild.
Bronzeville Business Owners Devastated After Being Targeted By LootersThe owner of a South Side business said he stood guard at his store trying to deter looters, but then it became too much.
Working For Chicago: Allied Universal Security Hosting Drive-Up Hiring Event In Naperville On SaturdayWhen you think of a drive-thru, you might think of your favorite burger spot or local pharmacy, but what about a drive-thru job interview?
To Open Or Not To Open? Different Suburbs Have Different Plans For Their Public Pools, Splash PadsThe staff at the Centennial Aquatic Center in Orland Park was getting the pool ready this week – even though the public water park was empty.
As Contact Tracing Efforts Ramp Up, So Do Training Courses For Those Seeking Jobs In The IndustryCBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas is working to see what it's all about, so he took Johns Hopkins University's online training course.
Startups Work To Pivot To Pickup And Delivery Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic is dealing a heavy blow to startups and entrepreneurs trying to get their ideas off the ground.
At 'Dorm Style' Airbnb, Guests Share Rooms, Even During PandemicPeople all over the world are doing their best to stay away from strangers right now. Imagine sharing an apartment with one.
Ashley HomeStore Facing Heat Over Customer Service Struggles; Damaged Or Incomplete Orders And Slow Refunds“It’s extremely frustrating, because I’m working, I’ve got my kids at home, and then to have to spend many many hours just trying to get a resolution,” Barbara Padar said.
South Side Residents Push For Contact Tracing In Their Neighborhoods, Which Have Been Hit Hard By COVID-19Experts say in the months ahead, there could be hundreds of thousands of contact tracers needed nationwide, and the State of Illinois said they may hire a few thousand.
Some Senior Workers Struggle As They Try To File For Unemployment In IllinoisIt’s hard enough navigating the state’s unemployment process, but losing your job in the pandemic can be especially tough if you’re one of the most vulnerable people during this time – senior citizens.
Online Contact Tracing Courses Taking OffContact tracing is more than just a hot topic right now – some are hoping it could be their next job.
More Students Locked Out Of Advanced Placement Exams With No RecourseOur story about a student who was locked out of Advanced Placement tests recently really touched a nerve.
Some Industries That Might Have Career Opportunities During The Pandemic And BeyondWith thousands across Chicago out of work, some experts say it could lead to long-term changes as industries adjust.