New Pedestrian Bridge Connects Rosemont Entertainment District To Des Plaines TrailCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Rosemont Mayor Brad Stephens cut the ribbon Saturday morning for a new pedestrian bridge in northwest suburban Rosemont.
As Delta Variant Of COVID Continues To Spread, Cook County Doubling Down On Efforts To Reach The UnvaccinatedCounty Board President Toni Preckwinkle pointed out vaccines are readily available at pharmacies, doctors' offices, and other convenient locations around Cook County.
'America Is Back': President Biden Visits Crystal Lake, Touts Build Back Better AgendaPresident Biden was briefed on the most recent violence in Chicago, and offered those families his condolences.
Cook County Opens New Accessible Kayak And Canoe Launch In Busse Woods Forest PreserveCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle said it's a reminder the Forest Preserves belong to all county residents and visitors.
Volunteers Celebrate Chicago River Day By Helping Clean Up RiverfrontCleanup efforts like these benefit the people who enjoy the Chicago River for fun, but also the plants and animals that rely on the river to thrive.
Elected Officials And Other Leaders Express Grief, Outrage Over Adam Toledo Police Shooting VideoReaction ranged from heartbreak to outrage among elected officials and caucuses late Thursday, following the release of video of the police shooting that killed 13-year-old Adam Toledo.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, Other Officials Call On State To Pass Plan To Reduce Vacant PropertiesCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle on Saturday was promoting a plan to reduce vacant properties, create affordable housing, and stop people from losing their homes.
Cook County To Open New Mass Vaccination Site In Forest Park On FridayCounty Board President Toni Preckwinkle said, when the site is fully operational, it will be the largest mass vaccination site in suburban Cook County.
Pullman Community Center Giving Out 1,000 Vaccines To South Side Residents1,000 people signed up to get the Pfizer vaccine on Tuesday at the Pullman Community Center. The need is so great, all available slots already have been filled.
Cook Co. Looks To Get More People The COVID VacccineCook County health leaders hope online testimonies will help the "vaccine trust gap." A county survey found 32% of adults were hesitant to get a shot.
Cook Co. Puts In Additional $73 Million For Housing ReliefFunding is available to renters who are under 80% of the area median income.
As Illinois Enters New Phase Of Vaccination Plan, Officials Again Urge Patience, Citing Limited Supply Of ShotsIllinoisans who are 65 and older, as well as frontline essential workers -- such as first responders, teachers, grocery store employees, manufacturing workers, and more -- are among those now eligible to receive the vaccine.
Chatham Education And Workforce Center Brings New Job Training And Career Advancement Programs To South SideA new community center designed to help people on the South Side get job training and classes to advance in their careers celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday.
Preckwinkle Thanks Stroger Hospital Workers As Receive COVID-19 VaccinesPreckwinkle thanked them for all their hard work and said 2021 is bound to be better than 2020.
Cook County Restarts COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program With More Money AvailableCook County is re-starting its emergency cash program, and this time there is a lot more money available for people struggling in the pandemic.