Stories by Stina Chang
Chicago City Council Postpones Vote To Rename Lake Shore Drive
Aldermen voted on providing financial relief for local businesses but did not discuss civilian oversight of police.
The Importance of Preserving Historic Chicago Landmarks
Seven Black-owned houses in Chicago’s suburbs are being converted into museums — more than any other city.
Why Affordable, Quality Childcare Services Are Hard to Find
A long standing problem but amplified due to the pandemic
After Nearly 15 Long Months, Illinois is Fully Reopen Again
WBEZ’s Mariah Woelfel breaks down what happened during the first weekend after Illinois finally reopened to the public.
Illinois’ State Finances Are Looking Better Than Ever Before
A post-pandemic bloom might be upon Illinois as the state reopens Friday with a positive uptick in its fiscal year budget.
How The Pandemic Made Grieving Harder To Overcome
Experts say people who experienced loss due to COVID are having a harder time grieving and moving on.
Get Ready For The Return Of Office Fashion
Is my office wardrobe still a fit or a flop?
Local Organization Offering Remote and In-Person Summer Activities for Local Teens
After School Matters is curing summer boredom for high schoolers.
Material Shortages Hit Chicago’s Construction Industry
Wood, copper, drywall and other construction materials are in short supply, and it’s hurting contractors working on buildings downtown.
Dr. Mia Taormina Answers Your COVID-19 Questions
Each week, Reset’s infectious disease expert Dr. Mia Taormina joins us to answer your questions relating to the coronavirus and vaccines.