Stories by Sarah Stark
Later today, there’s gonna be a rally downtown to raise awareness about the overdose crisis. Illinois Secretary of State Alexi Giannoulias announces 146 grants for libraries and other organizations that support literacy. Gov. J.B. Pritzker recently signed a law that will require pay transparency in job listings.
Illinois has positioned itself as a safe haven for trans people, but that idea is “a little bit fraught.“
A new $100 million studio is coming to South Shore.
Early voting is well underway across Chicago’s 50 wards.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker is proposing a four-year plan to make preschool available to every 3- and 4-year-old in the state.
The Winnetka nonprofit has been serving people with visual impairments for over 100 years.
The fund aims to send one-time payments of $500 to Chicagoans who didn’t receive federal COVID stimulus checks.
It really boils down to one thing: wings.
Re-opening long-shuttered mental health clinics is top of mind for most of the candidates. But not for Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
A recent study found young men in some Chicago neighborhoods face greater risks than U.S. troops did in war zones.