Saturday, October 16, 2021
By Robert Channick, Josh Noel and Louisa Chu Chicago Tribune Reaction from Chicago businesses that will be tasked with enforcing the renewed indoor mask mandate announced by the city Tuesday ranged from relief and support to concerns about getting customers to...
By Hannah Leone Chicago Tribune While preparing for fully in-person classes this fall, Chicago Public Schools officials on Wednesday said they are also working on a centralized virtual academy for students with qualifying medical conditions. “Although we have a lot of...
By Gregory Pratt, Hannah Leone and Karen Ann Cullotta Chicago Tribune Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson, who rose from a CPS Head Start student to lead the district through a teachers strike and the COVID-19 shutdown, will leave her post...
By Jessica D'Onofrio Cook County Health is welcoming walking-ins at all of its mass vaccination sites starting Monday. Chicago was already accepting walk-ins at all of its city-run sites. You can show up and register on-site, but appointments are still recommended. Sites...
Chicago had planned to switch to the single-dose vaccine at the United Center beginning Monday. It’s now being shelved across Illinois while federal officials investigate a handful of cases of severe side effects among about 7 million recipients. By...
By Alice Yin Chicago Tribune Cook County’s public health leader on Saturday said the suburbs could soon return to previous COVID-19 restrictions as the region grapples with what appears to be the start of a third coronavirus wave. Dr. Rachel Rubin,...
By Madeline Buckley and Angie Leventis Lourgos Chicago Tribune Coronavirus cases in Chicago and Illinois are inching upward again, part of a nationwide pattern that is causing experts and officials to worry about another surge of the virus while cities and...
Stacey Baca If you stroll Madison Street in downtown Chicago, you'll see how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the heart of the city when it comes to office space, retail stores and restaurants. "This is the right place to be," said...
By Hannah Leone Chicago Tribune Elementary students are signing up for in-person learning at higher rates than a few months ago, but their high school peers are trailing behind, according to the latest survey data released by Chicago Public Schools. While...
Catholic League schools are allowing a limited number of fans and suburban schools seem to bumping up against or surpassing the 20 percent guideline.  By Michael O'Brien Kenwood football coach Sinque Turner’s team opens the season Friday, and he hasn’t...
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