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1 Downtown Businesses Board Up, Expecting Unrest After Adam Toledo Video Released
2 Block Club Chicago offered two versions of the same breaking news story — with and without a horrifying video
3 April Snow Could Hit Chicago Next Week, And It'll Be A Cool Weekend
4 City Raising Lake Shore Drive Bridge Downtown — The Same Day Adam Toledo Video Will Be Released
5 Here's How Chicago Is Handling Mass Vaccination Sites, Events While Johnson & Johnson Doses Are 'Paused'
6 Man Who Was Run Over And Dragged Down Street At Dangerous Logan Square Intersection Dies From Injuries
7 New Coronavirus Vaccination Site Now Open For South Siders. Here's How To Sign Up
8 In-Person City Council Meetings Returning Next Week For First Time In A Year
9 Vaccination Clinic Opening At Loretto Hospital — But City Will Manage It After Hospital's Scandals
10 Coronavirus Kills 21 More People In Illinois, Bringing Death Toll To At Least 21,630
11 100 Ways You Helped: Here's How Chicagoans Lifted Their Neighbors Through COVID-19 Pandemic
12 Want To Clean Up Your Neighborhood? City Will Give You Supplies For Clean And Green Day April 24
13 State Sending 50000 Moderna, Pfizer Vaccine Doses To Chicago While Johnson & Johnson Is Paused
14 Visit Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. With Replay Lincoln Park's 'Office'-Themed Pop-Up
15 Robservations: Block Club Chicago enjoys a blockbuster week
16 Many Residents Of Logan Square's Upscale Apartment Towers Have Left For Cheaper Rents, More Space During Pandemic
17 Shared Streets And Outdoor Dining Will Be Back This Summer, City Says, As It Boosts Assistance To Struggling Restaurants
18 Here's How You Can Help Make Easter Baskets, Meals For West Side Families
19 Johnson & Johnson Shots To Be Offered For United Center Vaccinations
20 Luxury Gold Coast Watch Shop That Got Improper Vaccinations Has Very Important Customer: A Loretto Hospital Executive
21 Protesters March Through The Loop To Honor Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo And Victims Of Police Violence: 'This Is Our Problem, Too'
22 Anti-Gentrification Ordinance Approved, Slapping Developers With Steep Fines For Tearing Down Buildings Near The 606, In Pilsen
23 Coronavirus Kills 31 More People In Illinois, Including Local Women In 20s And 30s
24 Hybrid Or Elected School Board? Lightfoot Proposal Stirs Debate In Springfield
25 Electric CTA Buses Hit Chicago Streets — And More Coming In Years Ahead
26 Record-Breaking 154,201 Vaccine Doses Administered In 1 Day In Illinois As Officials Rush To Fight Off 3rd Wave
27 Feder: Block Club Chicago enjoys a blockbuster week
28 27-Story Fulton Market Apartment Tower Approved By Key City Committee As Neighborhood Boom Rolls On
29 What Would A Thriving Madison Street And Pulaski Road Look Like? West Side Groups Launch Plan To Revitalize Corridors
30 Vaccine Doses Not Being Sent To Loretto Until City Can 'Confirm' It's Vaccinating, Reporting People Properly
31 Coronavirus Hospitalizations Rising Across Illinois As Officials Rush To Prevent 3rd Wave
32 Chicago Set To Start 1C Vaccinations Monday Amid Worries Over Rise In COVID Cases
33 Chicago's Reopening Paused As City Sees 'Quantum Leap' In COVID Cases, Lightfoot Says
34 Volumes Bookcafe Closing Wicker Park Location: 'We Are Really Proud Of What We Built'
35 After Black Mom Reported To DCFS, Parents And Teachers Urge CPS To Address 'Chaotic, Toxic and Divisive' Culture At Lakeview School
36 Silver Room Block Party Canceled Again — And Its Future In Hyde Park Is Uncertain
37 Embattled Loretto Hospital Executive Resigns After Vaccine Scandals
38 Block Club Chicago’s Kelly Bauer exposes another vaccine distribution scandal at Loretto Hospital
39 Obama Center Site Work Begins As City Preps For Official Groundbreaking Later This Year
40 Here's How To Get Vaccinated At Chicago State University
41 Adam Toledo, Holding A Gun, Was Told To 'Drop It' Before Cop Fatally Shot 13-Year-Old, Prosecutors Allege
42 Doctor Tied To Loretto Hospital Had His Family Vaccinated With West Side Hospital's Supply In The Suburbs
43 Johnson & Johnson Vaccinations Paused In Chicago, Throughout Illinois After Recommendation From Feds
44 Clinic Took 6,000 Vaccines Meant For CPS Workers, Gave Them To Other People, City Says
45 In Wake Of Deadly Georgia Shooting, Chicagoans Are Combating Anti-Asian Violence Nationwide: 'Be Part Of The Solution'
46 'Clean Air' Ordinance Rejected By Environmental Groups Gets City Council Approval
47 13-Year-Old Adam Toledo's Mom Thought Her Son Was Missing — Until Cops Came Knocking 2 Days After Killing Him
48 ArcLight Movie Theater In Lincoln Park Won't Reopen, Company Announces
49 City Boosts Police Presence To Prepare For Potential Unrest Over Adam Toledo Video, Daunte Wright Killing
50 Uptown's Tank Noodle Must Pay Back $150K Pandemic Grant After Breaking Federal Labor Laws, State Says
51 New Mercy Hospital Owners Face 'Deplorable' Conditions And Mounting Debt. Can They Revive A Bronzeville Institution?
52 West Side Groups Say Plenty Of Locals Could Have Used Loretto's Vaccine Doses: '[We] Can't Get Them Because They're Being Shipped To Other Places'
53 $1 Billion Of City's Federal Stimulus Cash Should Be Used To Pay Off Debt, Aldermen Told By City
54 An Austin Food Pantry Is Expanding To Address Increased Need Brought On By The Pandemic
55 Chicago's First ESports Stadium Coming To Bronzeville After City Council Approval
56 Why Did Police Shoot Adam Toledo? Week After 13-Year-Old Slain, Few Details Revealed
57 A 10-Year-Old Student Was Picked Up From School A Few Minutes Late — So Lakeview School Reported His Mom To DCFS
58 Is Festival Season Happening This Summer? Pitchfork And Riot Fest Organizers Make Plans, While Others Look To 2022
59 Rogers Park Teacher Launches Fundraiser To Get Kids On Their 1st Soccer Team — And You Can Help
60 CPS High School Teachers Work Remotely As Reopening Negotiations Continue Between CTU, City
61 Mass Vaccination Sites Next To Wrigley Field, At Chicago State University Will Open Next Week
62 Pandemic Forced This West Loop Bookstore To Close Days After Grand Opening. Now, It's Fighting To Survive
63 West Side Resident Launches Petition Calling For Removal Of Loretto's President Amid Vaccine Scandals
64 Silver Room Block Club Party canceled for 2021
65 New Weed Dispensary Licenses To Boost Black, Brown And Women Owners Proposed Under Compromise Plan
66 Farewell, Free Parking: Meters Coming To Montrose Harbor, Angering Lakefront Park Advocates
67 Teacher's Union, CPS Reach Tentative Agreement To Reopen Chicago High Schools After Weeks Of Tense Negotiations
68 Teachers Union And CPS Reach Tentative Agreement To Reopen Chicago High Schools After Weeks Of Tense Negotiations
69 A Year After Botched Hilco Implosion, Little Village Neighbors Demand Protections For South And West Side Neighborhoods: 'We Just Want To Breathe'
70 Englewood Business Owners Can Get Free Help Applying For $250K City Grants
71 South Siders Keep Pushing For Housing, Employment Near Obama Center Site: 'We Want To Make Sure This Is Something That Works'
72 Developer Will Pitch Plan To Build 56-Unit Apartment Complex On Project Logan Site In April
73 West Side Group Breaks Ground On Affordable Houses That Will 'Create Wealth For People Of Color'
74 After Pandemic Slows Business For Food Truck, Whadda Jerk Switches Gears To Open Restaurant
75 From Publishers to Lone Creators, Pico 2.0 Aims to Monetize Digital Media
76 Block Club Chicago Named Best News Website Finalist In Editor & Publishers' National EPPY Awards
77 Coronavirus Kills 47 More Illinoisans And 8,322 Cases Reported
78 Chicago's 2020 In Photos: Unrest And A Pandemic — But Beauty And Unity, Too
79 Trump Tower Vaccinated Staff At Luxury Hotel, Saying It Was Part Of Program Meant To Help Hard-Hit South And West Sides
80 After Fliers For Avondale Apartments Spark Backlash, Developer Returns With Scaled-Back Proposal
81 Snowed In? Here's How To Get Shoveling Help In Chicago
82 Wicker Park Parties Rage On Despite Pandemic As City Breaks Up Another Huge Bash
83 Chicago Sees Huge Spike In Arsons This Year, And Cars Have Been A Prime Target
84 Uptown Apartment Building, Which Would Neighbor New Double Door Location, Gets Key City Approval
85 Milwaukee Avenue Property Owners Leave Buildings Vacant While Waiting For Big Pay Day, Alderman Says — And He Wants To Stop Them
86 Get Block Club Breaking News Alerts On Your Phone: Here's How To Sign Up For Our New Texting Service
87 Controversial Plan To Build In Wicker Park Historic District Side Lot Gets A Key City Approval
88 Struggling Live Venues Can Get Up To $10,000 From New City Relief Fund Lottery
89 Cabins, Heated Table Ideas Win City's Winter Design Challenge To Help Restaurants This Winter
90 Google Employees Will Keep Working From Home Until At Least Fall Due To Coronavirus Concerns
91 Free Food Available Saturday At Back Of The Yards Drive-Thru
92 Affordable Housing Complex Pitched For City Lit Books Site, Old Home Of Logan Square Blue Line Terminal
93 Coffee Bar With Beer And Vintage Goods Planned For Mural Building On Logan Square's Diversey Avenue
94 Rogers Park Artists Fill Neighborhood Potholes With Used Bike Parts, Tile: 'Functional Art Is Cool'
95 Misericordia's West Ridge Housing Expansion, At Center Of Preservation Fight, Lands Initial City Approval
96 Neighbors Light Up West Side Boulevard To Let Community Know 'They're Cared About'
97 300-Person Wicker Park Party A 'Slap In The Face' To All Chicagoans, City Says After Shutting It Down
98 40 Pieces Of Public Art In Chicago Flagged As Potentially Problematic By Review Panel
99 During Record-Breaking Snowfall, Some South Shore Side Streets Went Weeks Without Being Plowed, City Records Show
100 Chicago Businesses Hit Hardest By Coronavirus Can Apply For Grants Through State's $220 Million Program