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1 The Search For Theo The Rescue Dog Brings Strangers Together
2 Woman, Fatally Stabbed, Found In Chicago River Near Lane Tech High School
3 90 Percent Of Chicago's Independent Music Venues Will Close Because Of Coronavirus, Desperate Owners Say
4 Chance The Snapper Is Now 5 Feet Long And Ruling Florida Gator Farm With An 'Iron Chicago Fist'
5 Avondale Neighbors Band Together To Create Chamber Of Commerce: 'We Need A Strong Advocate For Businesses'
6 Coronavirus Kills 25 People In Illinois And 2514 More Cases Reported
7 TBOX Bar Crawl Won't Go On As Planned After City Denies Permit Because Of Coronavirus
8 Man, 33, Shot On Lake Park Avenue In Hyde Park
9 How Can We Save Chicago Kids From Spiking Gun Violence? 'We Need All Hands On Deck,' Mediators, Activists Say
10 Boystown, Chicago's Famed LGBTQ Neighborhood, Now Will Be Known As Northalsted
11 Man, 22, Killed, Woman Injured In Logan Square Shooting Near In-Session School
12 30 More People Killed By Coronavirus In Illinois As 2257 Cases Reported
13 When And How Will Chicago Decide About Reopening School Buildings? Parents Press For Answers.
14 Want To Help Chicago Kids Starting Remote Learning Next Week? These Organizations Need You
15 Chicago To Hold Citywide Moment Of Silence For Breonna Taylor At 7 p.m. After 'Gross Miscarriage Of Justice' In Louisville
16 Coronavirus Kills 7 People In Illinois As Another 1392 Cases Reported
17 Coronavirus Kills 25 More People In Illinois – Block Club Chicago
18 At Last Call For Southport Lanes, Regulars And Former Workers Gather To Say Goodbye To A Legend
19 Chicago Is Lagging Behind Other Cities In Creating Protected Bike Lines, Active Trans Says
20 Get Block Club Breaking News Alerts On Your Phone: Here's How To Sign Up For Our New Texting Service
21 20 People Die From Coronavirus In Illinois As 2120 New Cases Reported
22 After Some Neighbors Complain, City Removes Colorful Graffiti Along 606
23 Chicago AIDS Run Splitting Into Local Neighborhood Routes This Year, Giving West Siders A Chance To Participate
24 A Masked Man On A Bicycle Is Aggressively Groping Women In Wicker Park, Police And Victims Say
25 What Happens When Chicago Cops Speak Up About Police Misconduct? Their Lives Are Ruined, Whistleblowers Say
26 Chicago Is Hiring Contact Tracers To Battle The Coronavirus Pandemic. Here's How To Apply
27 Historic Southport Lanes Is Closing For Good After 98 Years Because Of Coronavirus
28 How Will We Dine Outside This Winter? From Igloos To Shipping Crates, City Shares Your Ideas
29 City Says The 606's Official Name Is The Bloomingdale Trail — But Does Anyone Actually Call It That?
30 Cannabis Farm Or Dispensary Along Chicago River Approved By City Panel
31 Wisconsin Is Back On Chicago's Quarantine List: 'Think Twice About Going To Wisconsin Right Now'
32 5-Year-Old Girl Fatally Stabbed In East Garfield Park
33 West Town Robbery At Gunpoint Captured On Video
34 Want To Avoid Crowded Buses, Trains? CTA Has New Tool So You Can Look Up When They're Busy
35 It'll Be Sunny And Warm All Week In Chicago
36 Graceland Cemetery Reopens After August Storm Causes 'Extensive' Damage
37 Wicker Park Lingers For Weeks Without A Police Commander, Leaving Some Neighbors On Edge
38 Here's Where You Can Vote Early And Safely Drop Off Vote-By-Mail Ballots In Chicago (MAP)
39 Chicago Ray Records Opens In Rogers Park, Offering Vintage Vinyl And Tie-Dye Tees
40 Police Searching For Arsonist In Wicker Park And Bucktown
41 Chicago Making 'Some Improvement' Against Coronavirus, City's Top Doctor Says
42 1668 More Coronavirus Cases Reported In The Past Day In Illinois
43 Logan Square Neighbors Raise Nearly $8000 To Plant Trees After Powerful Storm Destroyed Many
44 Congress Theater Developer Hit With $24 Million Foreclosure Lawsuit: Report
45 Kentucky Added To Chicago's Quarantine List – Block Club Chicago
46 After Cops Who Killed Breonna Taylor Cleared, Chicagoans Take To The Streets: 'A Piece Of Wall … Has More Rights Than A Black Woman'
47 Chicago Faces $1.2 Billion Budget Shortfall In 2021 Thanks To Coronavirus, Lightfoot Says
48 Douglas Park Is No More, Clearing Way To Honor Abolitionists Frederick And Anna Murray Douglass
49 Stabbing At Wicker Park Walgreens Kills Employee, 32 – Block Club Chicago
50 Green Mill Reopens With New Outdoor Patio — But No Live Music
51 More Affordable Apartments Could Come To South, West Sides With New $330 Million Loan Program
52 13 People At Chicago Pool Party Get Coronavirus, Spread It To At Least 6 Others, Chicago's Top Doc Says
53 Longtime Tenants Of Albany Park Building Say Landlord Gave Them 30 Days To Leave During Pandemic: 'Where Are They Going To Go?'
54 City Council Approves Woodlawn Affordable Housing Ordinance Near Obama Center: 'A Step In The Right Direction'
55 Chicago Children's Theatre Launching Drive-In Show Of 'Beatrix Potter and Friends' In October
56 Breonna Taylor To Be Honored At Downtown Rally By My Block, My Hood, My City
57 South Side School Buildings Converted To Temporary Shelters To 'Decompress' Homeless Population
58 Man Killed By Police In Pilsen After Person Opens Fire On Cops, Witness Says
59 Cities Banned No-Knock Search Warrants After Breonna Taylor's Killing — But Not Chicago
60 Cooler Weather, Sun Coming To Chicago This Week
61 Chicago Police Will Now Get Free Mental Health Care, City Says
62 After ICE Postpones Chicago Citizens Academy, Local Immigrant Groups Breathe A 'Sigh Of Relief' — For Now
63 Chicago Needs Election Judges For November. Here's How You Can Help (And Earn $230 Or More)
64 Orozco Parents Blast CPS For Failing To Expand Gifted Program At Pilsen School: 'They Haven't Fulfilled Their Promise'
65 North Park Village Nature Center Permanently Protected From Developers
66 Investigators Release Video Of Police Fatally Shooting Miguel Vega In Pilsen
67 Census Count Must Continue Until End Of October, Federal Judge Rules
68 Breonna Taylor Rally Raises Thousands To Help Support Black Women And Girls: 'It's Time For Our Voices To Be Heard'
69 Tamale Guy Chicago Restaurant Reopens Wednesday — But Claudio Velez Is Still Fighting Coronavirus
70 Chicagoans Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg Outside Her Son's Edgewater Record Label Office
71 Rocked By Shootings, Albany Park Neighbors Stage Peace March, Vigil: 'It Seems Like Things Are Getting Worse'
72 City Rolls Out Rules For Heating, Air Flow During Winter Patio Season As Restaurants And Bars Prepare For Cold Weather
73 Chicago Portrait: Kweli Kwaza | Chicago News | WTTW
74 Chicago Denies Permit for Annual Wrigleyville Christmas Bar Crawl
75 Building A Network Of Block Clubs In Chicago, One Block And One Captain At A Time
76 This Humboldt Park Man's Traveling Coffee Bar Is Coming To A (Small) Event Near You
77 From The Boulevards To 'Running With The Bulls': A Look Back At Logan Square's Notorious Traffic Circle
78 Scooters Are Back Starting Wednesday — And This Time, They'll Be (Almost) Everywhere
79 WE'RE HIRING: Senior Editor At Block Club Chicago
80 City Council Holding Special Meeting Friday On Looting, Violence In Chicago
81 Logan Square's Most Confusing Intersection Getting Overhauled Next Year With New Traffic Pattern And Plaza
82 City Settles Chicago Freedom School Lawsuit After Group Was Cited For Offering Food To Protesters Trapped Downtown
83 How Can Chicagoans Eat Outside This Winter? City Launches Contest With $5K Prize To Figure It Out
84 Antique-Filled Irving Park Home's For Sale Listing Goes Viral: 'There Is Something Magic About This House'
85 Englewood Cleanup Event Planned For Saturday – Block Club Chicago
86 With More Than 20000 Homes Still Without Power, Chicagoans Set Up Front-Yard Charging Stations To Help Neighbors
87 Here's How You Can Help South, West Side Businesses Hit Hard By Looting, Vandalism
88 Open Street Dining Scrapped In Little Village After Struggling Business Owners Say A Closed 26th Street Would Hurt, Not Help
89 Small Businesses Can Apply For Coronavirus Relief From City Starting Friday
90 City Shrinks Shared Street Along 606 After Logan Square Neighbors Complain Of Speeding Drivers
91 A Day At The Park: Neighbors Camp Out On Public Land Homeowners Blocked Off As Their Own Private Yard In Lakeview
92 Can Indoor Dining Save Chicago's Struggling Restaurants? Some Aren't Risking It, Others Have No Choice
93 Chicago's Local School Councils Are Weighing Whether To Keep Cops In Schools. Here Are The Meetings This Week
94 After Years Of 'Racist Vitriol,' Chicago's Neighborhood Facebook Pages Face Pushback From Residents
95 'Everything's Burned': After Someone Sets Fire To 3 Homeless Encampments, Avondale Neighbors Rally To Help
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97 2264 New Coronavirus Cases And 25 Deaths In Illinois – Block Club Chicago
98 LIVE UPDATES: Downtown Starts Reopening Wednesday, Mayor Lightfoot Pledges To Speed Up Police Reforms
99 Cocktails To Go Finally Allowed In Chicago After City Council Vote
100 Coronavirus Forces South Side Block Clubs To Go Virtual, Overcoming 'Digital Divide' For Older Residents