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1 70,000 Chicagoans Are Overdue For Second COVID-19 Shot
2 Mask rules relax but some aren't ready
3 City of Chicago Launches Special Concert Series for Fully Vaccinated Chicagoans
4 After Winning Over Chicagoans With Their Food Truck, Couple Opening Big Mouth Steaks And Subs In Logan Square Saturday
5 City of Chicago Launches Protect Chicago Music Series for fully COVID-19 Vaccinated Chicagoans.
6 City Planning 'Vax Pass' to Give Vaccinated Chicagoans Access to Concerts, Events: Top Doc
7 City to offer vaccinated Chicagoans ‘Vax Pass’ for concerts and other events, Dr. Arwady says
8 Meteor shower visibility should peak early Wednesday. Here are 5 ways Chicagoans can maximize chances of ‘catching’ the show.
9 Do Chicagoans Need To Conserve Water? Experts Say Yes.
10 Navy Pier fireworks return; Chicagoans enjoy first weekend of relaxed COVID-19 restrictions
11 Some Rideshare Trips Now Cost Chicagoans Over $50 For 2.5 Miles
12 Alderman Unveils Plan to Use $30M from COVID-19 Relief Package to Send Chicagoans Cash
13 Black Chicagoans Aren't Getting Vaccinated At The Same Rate As Others — And It's More Than Just Distrust
14 Illinois, Except Chicago, To Expand Vaccine Eligibility Monday
15 Chicago coronavirus survey: What Chicagoans say about the city’s proposed vaccine passport system
16 Chicago Officials Vow to Boost Slow Effort to Vaccinate Homebound Chicagoans
17 Chicagoans React To Police Killing Of Anthony Alvarez
18 Chicagoans 16 and older eligible to get COVID-19 vaccine beginning Monday
19 Chicagoans React to Derek Chauvin Verdict
20 2 South Side Neighborhoods Under Boil Order. Why, and What Does That Mean?
21 Chicagoans optimistic after CDC eases guidelines on wearing masks outdoors
22 Basic income plan to pay 5,000 Chicagoans $500 per month will head to City Council this week
23 3 Chicagoans arrested in Georgia police pursuit caught on video
24 Family Of Chicagoans Killed By Police On Chauvin Verdict
25 Tears And Relief: Chicagoans React To Derek Chauvin Being Found Guilty Of Murdering George Floyd
26 Vacation Rush: Travel Agencies Urge Chicagoans to ‘Book Now'
27 Some Chicagoans Head To Gary, Indiana Site For COVID-19 Vaccine
28 ‘Justice was served’: State, local officials and Chicagoans react to Derek Chauvin’s murder conviction
29 Chicago Architecture Center Expands Walking Tours on April 17; Chicagoans Can Safely Rediscover City during Spring Reopening and Celebrate 50th Anniversary of First CAC Docent Graduating Class
30 New CDC outdoor mask rules find supporters and hesitancy in Chicago
31 Chicagoans relish in the blooming of cherry blossoms
32 Chicagoans Mourn Adam Toledo, Protest Police Violence | Here & Now
33 As Chicagoans Complain Of ‘Astronomically Stupid’ Mail Problems, Logistics Expert Says City Hit ‘Particularly Hard’ By Postal Service Issues
34 Volunteers collaborate with doctors to help more Chicagoans get vaccinated
35 Chicago coronavirus survey: What’s changed for Chicagoans since getting COVID-19 vaccinations?
36 Local Red Cross Volunteer Working To Comfort Chicagoans Getting Vaccinated
37 Vaccinations Lagging, COVID Cases Rising Among Black Chicagoans
38 Chicago Works
39 As Chicagoans Complain Of 'Stupid' Mail Problems, Expert Says City Hit 'Particularly Hard' By Postal Service Issues
40 'We're Not Gonna Let This Family Do This Alone': Chicagoans Mobilize to Demand Justice for Anthony Alvarez
41 Chicago's Walnut Room hosting Pride Month drag brunch in June
42 Hundreds protest Chicago police killing of 13-year-old boy
43 Column: Barack Obama projected onto Chicago’s Merchandise Mart? That’ll scare the Republicans away!
44 The COVID-19 Vaccine. What Black Chicagoans want you to Know.
45 Coronavirus Kills 28 More People In Illinois, And Vaccinations Continue To Fall
46 Chicago coronavirus survey: Has working from home during the pandemic affected how you view work, career goal…
47 Another 36 Illinoisans Die From Coronavirus, But Officials Committed To Reopening Plans
48 Chicagoans Cross Indiana State Line For Vaccination Attempts In Gary
49 How Systemic Racism Continues To Determine Black Health And Wealth In Chicago
50 Loyola Nursing Students Help to Vaccinate Chicagoans
51 Membership should have its privileges: Hurray for the ‘Vax Pass’ for Chicago
52 Laundromat vaccines? Chicago officials trying to figure out how to find people who still need the shots
53 How Systemic Racism Determines Black Health & Wealth In Chicago : Fresh Air
54 85% Of Older Illinoisans Have Now Gotten At Least 1 Shot Of COVID Vaccine
55 Column: Chicago’s great, fast cultural comeback
56 Mesmeric Artopia Art Show is Inviting Chicagoans to Delve Into Futuristic Art
57 Chicago coronavirus survey: How has the pandemic affected your faith?
58 Bob Wallace, longtime CBS 2 reporter and anchor, dies at 80; ‘He took us all on a great ride’
59 Taste of Chicago To-Go and Maxwell Street Market to Return This Summer
60 Summerfest, Ravinia and More: Festivals and Things to Do This Summer Around the Chicago Area
61 Chalet Restaurant and Lounge Will Soon in River North
62 City's Hyde Park concert came as news to neighborhood leaders
63 Chicago Night Clubs Gear Up For Looser COVID-19 Restrictions As State Prepares To Enter Bridge Phase
64 Chicago summer events, festivals, concerts will return, including Old Town Art Fair, Grant Park Music Festival, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces
65 All this talk about vaccine passes for Chicago is a disgrace
66 Coronavirus live blog, April 9: Record vaccination rate in Illinois hasn’t been enough to tamp down a sharp r…
67 Chicago Police Turn Down City-Provided COVID-19 Vaccine
68 Vaccinated Parts of Chicago Are Seeing More COVID Cases
69 Op-ed: Pros, cons of turning Chicago lakefront into national park
70 More than 2,200 homeless Chicagoans, shelter staff get COVID-19 vaccine
71 Chicago White Sox Fans Booed The Hell Out Of Mayor Lori Lightfoot And Governor J.B. Pritzker During Their Home Opener
72 Fans Set to Return to the United Center, as Lightfoot Lifts Restrictions, Citing COVID-19 Progress
73 Pfizer, making billions from vaccine sales, blows past Wall Street expectations
74 Chicago Police Disproportionately Target Black Men with Search Warrants: Watchdog
75 Latino Unity Day: Leaders Address Challenges on Many Fronts
76 The Steppenwolf Comeback | The Crusader Newspaper Group
77 Use Federal Relief Funds to Prevent Violence This Summer: Aldermen, Advocates
78 Guthrie’s Tavern to Reopen This Summer Under New Ownership
79 Today's Headlines for Thursday, May 6 – Streetsblog Chicago
80 Chicago street vendor in ICU after contracting COVID-19 days before he was scheduled to get vaccine: 'It's the most vulnerable that keep getting infected'
81 Daywatch: Pritzker loosening COVID restrictions next week, Chicago ready to vaccinate 12- to 15-year-olds and how to celebrate Mother’s Day 2021
82 Asian Americans in Chicago: Mental health has suffered amid COVID-19, anti-Asian violence
83 Apple’s app store goes on trial Monday in suit brought by maker of Fortnite
84 Snag a free Beyond Burger in Pioneer Court this weekend
85 City's vaccine bus coming to Austin Saturday
86 Chicagoans of the Year – Chicago Magazine
87 City of Chicago Partners with Zocdoc to Streamline Chicagoans' Access to COVID-19 Vaccines
88 Things to do As many as one in 15 Chicagoans has active COVID-19 right now
89 Mayor Lightfoot Announces Summer Events Across The City — The Next Phase of the Mayor's "Open Chicago" Initiative
90 15 Things Helping Chicagoans Cope During The Pandemic
91 Glitches hinder Chicagoans' efforts to get COVID-19 vaccine via Zocdoc
92 2020 Chicagoans of the Year: Mikki Kendall, Amanda Williams, more
93 Spend Federal Relief Funds on Direct Aid to Chicagoans, Progressive Groups Tell City Officials
94 By: Up To 1 In Every 54 Chicagoans Has Coronavirus Right Now, City's Top Doctor Estimates
95 All Chicagoans to Be Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine April 19: Lightfoot
96 Chicago has largest racial gap in life expectancy among major U.S. cities, report says
97 Chicagoans in Phase 1B-Plus of State Vaccine Plan Now Eligible for Appointments at United Center
98 Walnut Room to Host First Ever Drag Brunch
99 I voted for the first time in a school board election. Chicagoans deserve the same
100 Chicago coronavirus survey; How Chicagoans will describe 2020 in the future