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1 Coronavirus Kills 25 People In Illinois And 2514 More Cases Reported
2 Shootings Are Up In Albany Park, Ravenswood Manor, And Neighbors Are Looking For Solutions
3 Help Clean Up Englewood Again! #TheHoodTakeover, Part 2, Is On This Weekend
4 Wrigleyville Bar Owners Say They Need More Support From City As Baseball Season Nears End
5 Boystown, Chicago's Famed LGBTQ Neighborhood, Now Will Be Known As Northalsted
6 Albany Park Affordable Apartment Building With Child Care Could Break Ground In 2021
7 Man, 33, Shot On Lake Park Avenue In Hyde Park
8 Breonna Taylor To Be Honored At Downtown Rally By My Block, My Hood, My City
9 Chance The Snapper Is Now 5 Feet Long And Ruling Florida Gator Farm With An 'Iron Chicago Fist'
10 After Strike, University Of Illinois Hospital, Nurses Reach Tentative Contract Agreement
11 Census Count Must Continue Until End Of October, Federal Judge Rules
12 West Side Teacher Who Won 2019 Golden Apple Award Badly Injured After Being Hit By Bus, Family Says
13 When And How Will Chicago Decide About Reopening School Buildings? Parents Press For Answers.
14 Cities Banned No-Knock Search Warrants After Breonna Taylor's Killing — But Not Chicago
15 How Can We Save Chicago Kids From Spiking Gun Violence? 'We Need All Hands On Deck,' Mediators, Activists Say
16 Virtual Tiny Dog Race Will Raise Money For One Tail At A Time Sunday
17 TBOX Bar Crawl Won't Go On As Planned After City Denies Permit Because Of Coronavirus
18 22 More People Die From Coronavirus In Illinois – Block Club Chicago
19 The Alley's Lakeview Storefront Is Closing This Weekend As The Iconic Counterculture Store Pivots To Online
20 90 Percent Of Chicago's Independent Music Venues Will Close Because Of Coronavirus, Desperate Owners Say
21 Collapsed Wicker Park Home Will Be Rebuilt, Realtor Says
22 City Rolls Out Rules For Heating, Air Flow During Winter Patio Season As Restaurants And Bars Prepare For Cold Weather
23 Man, 22, Killed, Woman Injured In Logan Square Shooting Near In-Session School
24 Here's Where You Can Vote Early And Safely Drop Off Vote-By-Mail Ballots In Chicago (MAP)
25 30 More People Killed By Coronavirus In Illinois As 2257 Cases Reported
26 Candyality To Close Andersonville Shop, Consolidate Into Lakeview Location To 'Survive' Coronavirus
27 Neighbors Fear Rift Between Police, Progressive Aldermen After Anti-Cop Posts From Staffers
28 How Will We Dine Outside This Winter? From Igloos To Shipping Crates, City Shares Your Ideas
29 After Cops Who Killed Breonna Taylor Cleared, Chicagoans Take To The Streets: 'A Piece Of Wall … Has More Rights Than A Black Woman'
30 Chicago To Hold Citywide Moment Of Silence For Breonna Taylor At 7 p.m. After 'Gross Miscarriage Of Justice' In Louisville
31 Historic Southport Lanes Is Closing For Good After 98 Years Because Of Coronavirus
32 7 People Die From Coronavirus As Another 1477 Cases Reported In Illinois
33 This South Side Gardener Is Behind Nearly 100 Urban Farms Across Chicago — And He's Not Slowing Down
34 Hundreds Of Monarch Butterflies Are Downtown As Part Of Annual Migration
35 Chicago Bears' Akiem Hicks Gives Kids Shoes At Uptown Boys & Girls Club
36 Hundreds Attend Pro-Police Rally In Jefferson Park — Including Counter-Protesters
37 Investigators Release Video Of Police Fatally Shooting Miguel Vega In Pilsen
38 Xquina Cafe Community Hub Officially Underway On 26th Street In Little Village: 'This Is A Big Day'
39 It'll Be Sunny And Warm All Week In Chicago
40 Wisconsin Is Back On Chicago's Quarantine List: 'Think Twice About Going To Wisconsin Right Now'
41 West Town Robbery At Gunpoint Captured On Video
42 Want To Avoid Crowded Buses, Trains? CTA Has New Tool So You Can Look Up When They're Busy
43 Baby Snapping Turtles Hatch Along Riverbank In North Center
44 City Council Approves 14-Unit Apartment Building Near Division Blue Line Stop
45 Chicagoans Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg Outside Her Son's Edgewater Record Label Office
46 Chicago Portrait: Kweli Kwaza | Chicago News | WTTW
47 Former Sabatino's Chef's New Restaurant Opens This Month — And He's Bringing Back Some Beloved Dishes
48 5-Year-Old Boy Shot In Leg In North Lawndale
49 Want To Help Chicago Kids Starting Remote Learning Next Week? These Organizations Need You
50 Chicago Making 'Some Improvement' Against Coronavirus, City's Top Doctor Says
51 Graceland Cemetery Reopens After August Storm Causes 'Extensive' Damage
52 Douglas Park Is No More, Clearing Way To Honor Abolitionists Frederick And Anna Murray Douglass
53 Chicago Could Bring Some Special Education Students Into School For Services Under New Plan
54 Coronavirus Kills 25 More People In Illinois As 2056 New Cases Reported
55 Broadway In Uptown Gets Expanded Outdoor Dining — With Live Music From The Green Mill
56 Chicago Needs Election Judges For November. Here's How You Can Help (And Earn $230 Or More)
57 Get Block Club Breaking News Alerts On Your Phone: Here's How To Sign Up For Our New Texting Service
58 Chicago Faces $1.2 Billion Budget Shortfall In 2021 Thanks To Coronavirus, Lightfoot Says
59 Kentucky Added To Chicago's Quarantine List – Block Club Chicago
60 What Happens When Chicago Cops Speak Up About Police Misconduct? Their Lives Are Ruined, Whistleblowers Say
61 Emmett Till House Moves One Step Closer To Landmark Status
62 North Park Village Nature Center Permanently Protected From Developers
63 Rocked By Shootings, Albany Park Neighbors Stage Peace March, Vigil: 'It Seems Like Things Are Getting Worse'
64 Police Oversight Agency COPA Improperly Ended Misconduct Investigations, Inspector General Finds
65 DePaul Starts Fall Classes With Strict Coronavirus Restrictions: 'It Feels Like A Ghost Town'
66 Coronavirus Kills 7 People In Illinois As Another 1392 Cases Reported
67 Congress Theater Developer Hit With $24 Million Foreclosure Lawsuit: Report
68 Stabbing At Wicker Park Walgreens Kills Employee, 32 – Block Club Chicago
69 Shedd Aquarium Welcomes Another Baby Whale, Dolphin – Block Club Chicago
70 Trinidad Block Club hopes to renovate abandoned homes in its neighborhood
71 Green Mill Reopens With New Outdoor Patio — But No Live Music
72 Chicago Public Schools To Expand Free Meal Sites For Fall
73 Suspect Being Questioned In Killing Of Wicker Park Walgreens Employee
74 1668 More Coronavirus Cases Reported In The Past Day In Illinois
75 Man Charged With Fatally Stabbing Walgreens Employee Held Without Bail
76 13 People At Chicago Pool Party Get Coronavirus, Spread It To At Least 6 Others, Chicago's Top Doc Says
77 McKinley Park Neighbors Stage 'People's Hearing' On Controversial Asphalt Plant
78 Flat Iron In Wicker Park Sold To Owner Of Bourbon On Division, Going Back To Its Live Music Roots
79 Illinois Reports 1952 New Coronavirus Cases And 28 More Deaths
80 Coronavirus Kills 25 More People In Illinois – Block Club Chicago
81 Pet Cats The Latest Unsuspecting Victims Of Chicago's Carjacking Surge
82 Kayla Mahaffey's New Mural Brightens Calumet Heights Community Center
83 Public Safety Drill To Be Held Downtown Thursday Night
84 After ICE Postpones Chicago Citizens Academy, Local Immigrant Groups Breathe A 'Sigh Of Relief' — For Now
85 Chicago Police Will Now Get Free Mental Health Care, City Says
86 Lincoln Park ZooLights Will Return — But Will Cost $5 Per Person This Year
87 Illinois Sees Record Number Of New Coronavirus Cases After Testing Backlog Leads To 5368 Positives
88 Chicago's Quarantine List Will Soon Include Hawaii, Nebraska, North Carolina
89 'Hit The Hood' Organizers Gearing Up For A Labor Day Weekend Full Of Fun And Activism
90 $2 Million North Center Town Square Opens, Will Host Farmers Markets And Performances
91 NATIONAL BLOCK CLUB UNIVERSITY
92 A Lesson from Chicago in What “Defund!” Means
93 Club Champagne shooting in Westville, New Jersey ends with three people, including teen, in critical condition
94 Today's Headlines for Friday, September 25 – Streetsblog Chicago
95 Chicago Denies Permit for Annual Wrigleyville Christmas Bar Crawl
96 Needing Tonight, Alec Mills' Up and Down Year, Better Memories, TV Crossover, and Other Cubs Bits
97 Joe Biden Nets Support From 10 Chicago Restaurants in Open Letter Critiquing Trump
98 Extremely Local News 09.25.20
99 City offering Detroiters paid positions to help clean 500 alleys by end of 2020
100 Daily Bulletin: Preventing Armed Intimidation at the Polls