DePaul University and Columbia College Chicago are the first post-secondary schools in Illinois to require COVID-19 vaccines for students returning to campus this fall.
A Mariano’s official said the incident has been reported to the CDC and the Illinois Department of Public Health.
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At their first in-person meeting since the beginning of the pandemic, Chicago aldermen on Wednesday approved Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s long-promised changes to the city’s affordable housing requirements for developers.
The state has passed more than 8 million total COVID vaccines administered so far.
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Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.
April is known for many things. In the past, it has become synonymous with Spring, Easter, and Autism Awareness. But since 2002, April has been recognized as National Minority Health Month. A month dedicated to raising awareness about the health disparities affecting minority populations. Along with encouraging health education, early detection, and control of disease
Navy Pier, Chicago’s iconic lakefront destination and nonprofit institution, will begin its phased reopening on Friday, April 30, restoring public access to select outdoor spaces and attractions and cautiously resuming partial operations with public health and safety at the forefront. As part of this initial phase, the following will be open and accessible to the
Have you looked at 75th Street between Calumet and Indiana? Outdoor Greenhouses for dining line the streets and new establishments and businesses are renting space. A&S Beverages Owner, Ahmad “Eddie” Elkhatib and Brown Sugar Bakery owner, Stephanie Hart take pride in that. The two business owners met at a Super Bowl party in 2007. Eddie