Chicago's Small Business Owners Wait For Help From The City 'Expenses Piling Up'The city's Small Business Resiliency Fund totals $100 million. It provides emergency loans of up to $50,000 to businesses with 50 employees or fewer, with 50% going to payroll. Around 6,500 have applied for their share.
Despite COVID-19 Social Distancing, Suburban Teens Touch Seniors With Kindness"I just wanted to make one of them happy, make one of them smile. That was my only goal."
Chicago Small Businesses Need Help To Keep Shops Afloat 'It's A Race Against Time'The wait for assistance could come as early as Friday, or perhaps a few weeks away.
Should You Be Wearing A Mask During The COVID-19 Outbreak?"If you are an individual who is asymptomatic you don't suspect you are ill with any respiratory illness or coronavirus, you don't need to wear a mask."
Fifty/50 Restaurant Group Opens West Town Sites To Keep Struggling Workers FedOne restaurant group in West Town is helping to feed workers struggling to get by.
Printing Out A Solution For The COVID-19 Problem"Every day a new person is showing up and it's a completely selfless act."
Conquering COVID-19 Fears In Orland Park By Shopping For Seniors; 'People Are Looking For Hope'Michael Arundel is organizing grocery runs with his college age friends to keep vulnerable senior citizens out of stores during the COVID-19 emergency. It's all volunteer and free of charge.
Some Chicagoans Say Coronavirus Stimulus Relief Can't Come Fast EnoughThe U.S. Senate on Wednesday was expected to approve a stimulus package of more than $2 trillion.
COVID-19 Social Distancing Does Not Put A Damper On Libertyville Birthday CelebrationBirthdays, especially for kids, are something to be remembered. But just because we are social distancing, doesn't mean they have to be ignored.
'I Need $50K By Next Tuesday:' Chicago Small Businesses Hurting Because Of COVID-19"We really cold use some tax breaks."
Chicago Public Library To Reduce Number Of Locations Open During Coronavirus PandemicThe Chicago Public Library on Wednesday announced that it is reducing the number of locations that will be allowed to stay open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Paying Rent And Utilities When COVID-19 Forces You Out Of Work“It's kind of this thought: how am I going to pay rent?” musician John Perrin said.
COVID-19 Concerns Cancel Charitable Events, Organizations Lose Much Needed FundsIt's estimated Chicagoans give as much as $6.7 billion locally to charity. But with coronavirus concerns and financial uncertainties, that number is likely to change.
How Long Is The Coronavirus Test Wait? Depends Where You LiveLife as we know it is changing by the minute. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reported Thursday on the long, frustrating wait for test results.
Irish Eyes Still Smiling Despite The Postponement Of St. Patrick's Day Events"They have trained so hard for this in practices since December."