Chicago Program That Advocates For Mistreated Nursing-Home Residents Staffed At Only 50% During Pandemic
The city’s nursing home residents needed advocates like never before. There was state cash, but city officials didn’t use it.
In a WBEZ exclusive interview, Harris promoted the new United Center mass vaccination site and said: “Folks have to take this vaccine when it is their turn.”
Three near-identical buildings in Bronzeville, Back of the Yards and Lincoln Park shared a purpose: power a segment of the city’s streetcar network.
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Senior citizens will get first dibs starting Thursday on booking thousands of available appointments in Chicago.
During Morton Schapiro’s tenure Northwestern’s stature has grown, but student activists have denounced his handling of racial issues.
We asked small businesses in Chicago how they’ve been doing — and what they’ve been doing — over the past year. Here’s what they had to say.
Vaccination optimism is driving renewed travel planning for the second half of 2021. Here’s what you should know.
Nearly three months into vaccine distribution in Illinois, there’s no statewide or citywide multilingual helpline.
President Biden moves his timeline up by two months while directing all 50 states and the District of Columbia to move school workers up in line for vaccinations, beginning next week.
Chicago schools, restaurants and bars have all partially reopened, but depression remains a problem for many residents after a year like no other.
A new study says more hospitals could close on Chicago’s South and West sides if more isn’t done to help fix their finances.
The new one-shot vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, authorized over the weekend, is expected to start arriving in Illinois any day now.
“We’re going to recapture the magic in our classrooms,” said CPS’ CEO. This comes as principals raised concerns about adequate staffing.