Indoor masking is now recommended in most of Illinois. But, health experts explain this delta-fueled COVID-19 surge may not be as deadly.
After two weeks without pay, the union admits some workers are crossing the picket line, feeling the pinch to their pocketbook.
“We look forward to it every year.” For some families, the holiday marks a chance to come together, plant flowers and remember their loved ones.
After 10 years, the Pullman neighborhood gets a community-run gallery that will offer South Siders access to art and elevate local talent.
Two thousand students from Chicago’s Noble Network of Charter Schools were donning their finest gowns or suits (plus masks) for a pandemic-safe prom.
Students at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in the north suburbs used their math skills to find solutions to the digital divide.
In the Latino neighborhood, entire families came to protest, parents pushed strollers and teenagers walked with friends as the community mourns the death of 13-year-old Adam Toledo.
Logan Square Center overflowed with people holding flags and signs demanding justice.
“This is a transformational moment for us as Asian Americans,” said Josina Morita. “To not choose silence and to choose solidarity.”
Three people who took part in a one-month hunger strike are among the activists fighting to block a new shredding plant on Chicago’s Southeast Side.