From the Walnut Room restaurant to its window displays, Marshall Field’s figured out how to draw in the crowds during the holiday.
Celebrations may look a little different this year, but we asked Curious City question askers and experts about one Thanksgiving tradition.
As COVID-19 cases surge, Chicago area workers have questions and concerns about their safety in the workplace.
A new study looks at the racial demographics of the 50 municipalities in Illinois with the most lead water lines.
“I’m just going to have some coffee and wait it out,” one Chicago commuter said the morning after the election.
Here are some steps that you, your neighbors and your elected officials can take to help tackle the city’s rat problem.
Rats can carry a disease called leptospirosis. We look at how it’s transmitted and what dog owners can do to protect their pet.
Chicago area gardeners face an uneven landscape when it comes to rules on using hoop houses to grow their own food through the cold.
Erratic water levels, disappearing beaches — climate change is already affecting Lake Michigan’s shoreline. Here’s what else we can expect.
Last month a wedding in Maine became a super spreader. Some Chicago wedding professionals worry that could happen here.