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The Chicago Housing Authority and Operation Warm are giving 3,000 families winter coats in an event changed this year because of the pandemic.
Citing a “stunning decline” in preschool enrollment, CPS’s CEO said COVID-19 could have a lasting negative impact on young kids.
In a backlash against coronavirus restrictions, some restaurants and bars in the Rockford area are defying the same state closure orders that are coming to Chicago’s suburbs.
The decision comes two weeks after a story by ProPublica Illinois and the Tribune detailed the lack of information available to school officials and parents as they try to decide whether in-person learning is safe.
With much of Illinois, and the country, grappling with a surge in cases of COVID-19, the Tribune invites you to send us any questions you have.
The IL Senate Race is an important one in this election. You may have heard that “This is the most important election in history”! While this may be true for various reasons, the local races in Illinois look to have a significant impact on its residents, especially Black Illinois residents. Illinoisans face many issues. When
Black publishers, leaders stress importance of voting with purpose at first Word in Black event By Nick Charles • Managing Director, Word in Black As early voting continues to shatter records, amid a surge in domestic pandemic infections, Black publishers as well as African American political experts and leaders are warning the electorate to
As the country deals with loss and uncertainty during the pandemic, Nick Cannon, G Herbo, and Jabari Parker, along with Sauve House Records, the Ricky Davis Foundation has stepped up to launch the “Feed Your City Challenge.” This countrywide initiative challenges influencers to take action within their community. Saturday, October 17th, the “Feed Your City”
Illinois Assistant Majority Leader Will Davis (D-East Hazel Crest) was joined by fellow members of the legislative Black Caucus and cosponsors of the Path to 100 Act as he announced a new diversity and equity plan for renewable energy and called to fix the state’s renewable energy funding crisis during the fall veto session. Davis