Stories by Lynnea Domienik
The union says this is the longest strike of adjunct faculty in higher education history.
The open enrollment period for Medicare is ending on Thursday, December 7.
‘Sweet Dreams: Poems and Paintings for the Child Abed’, a passion project more than three decades in the making, is out now.
Chicagoans have been reporting itchy eyes, runny noses and fatigue in high numbers. Experts say months of warm weather are to blame.
COVID risk is still low in our area, but with cases up, what can we expect during the winter months?
You don’t have to rake up all those leaves on your lawn this fall. Here’s what environmentalists say to do with them instead.
Advocates wonder where people will stay once their time in Chicago shelters runs out.
SPRING Forward brings community groups and city agencies together to fast track housing and jobs for people released from jail and prison.
The Illinois Commerce Commission is expected to vote on the rate increase Thursday.
According to AIDSVu, about 1 in 5 of all new HIV diagnoses in 2021 were among people ages 13-24, with Black youth disproportionately affected.