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1 Recovery Task Force Releases Advisory Report to Guide City's Planning Efforts to Recover from Covid-19
2 Mayor Lightfoot Launches Signature Chicago Utility Billing Relief Program
3 Mayor Lightfoot and OEMC Expand Cooling Resources for Residents to Beat Extreme Heat This Week
4 Mayor Lightfoot, City Departments and Street Outreach Partners Announce New Efforts to Ensure Safe and Healthy Fourth of July Weekend
5 Mayor Lightfoot and CDPH Announce Chicago Ready to Move to Phase Four on Friday, June 26
6 City Officials Announce Resources and Services for Residents to Find Relief from Extreme Heat
7 Mayor Lightfoot and DCASE Launch 5 Days of Virtual Events and Community Meals to Support Neighborhood Restaurants and Nonprofits
8 Chicago City Markets are Opening Across the City for Summer Season
9 City of Chicago Announces Eligibility Expansion for COVID-19 Testing at Six City-Run Sites
10 City of Chicago Announces Dates for Bars and Lakefront to Reopen
11 How will the city of Chicago recover from the economic devastation of COVID-19?
12 City Council Approves Latest Measures to Support Businesses Impacted by COVID-19
13 “Taste of Chicago To-Go' Offers Local Dining Recommendations, Online Cooking Demos and Virtual Music and Dance Events
14 Mayor Lightfoot and CDPH Announce $56m Grant to Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership and Partners to Bolster Contact Tracing Efforts for Covid-19 Cases in Chicago
15 Travel Alert: Chicago Issues Emergency Travel Order
16 Mayor Lightfoot and Citadel Announce Full Lineup For 'Graduation 2020: For Chicago. By Chicago.'
17 Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces COVID-19 Mobile Testing Pilot Program
18 Chicago Launches Groundbreaking Initiative to Bridge Digital Divide, Providing Free High-Speed Internet Access to Over 100000 Cps Students
19 City of Chicago Unveils Virtual Memorial to Celebrate Lives of Those Who Have Passed from Covid-19
20 Mayor Lightfoot and DCASE Announce Fourth of July Events
21 Mayor Lightfoot, DCASE and DPD Announce Artist-In-Residence Opportunity for INVEST South/West Communities
22 Mayor Lightfoot Announces Timeline for Indoor Dining, Bar and Brewery Service
23 Mayor Lori Lightfoot Seeking Appropriation Authority for CARES Act Funding in Response to COVID-19
24 Mayor Lightfoot Announces Finalists For $5.4 Million In Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Grants
25 Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces Expansion of Citywide Outdoor Dining Program
26 Mayor Lightfoot and Chicago Department of Family and Support Services Announce New Initiatives for Summer Youth Programming
27 Community garden without water after paying City of Chicago $1,700
28 Street Cleaning Ticket Grace Period Is Over In Chicago
29 City Of Chicago's Landmark Labor Laws Coming Into Effect July 1, 2020
30 President Donald J. Trump's Letter to the Governor of Illinois and Mayor of Chicago
31 Mayor Lightfoot Announces Chief Sustainability Officer to Join Administration
32 Mayor Lightfoot and BACP Announce New Program to Provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) For Chicago's Taxicab Industry
33 Mayor Lightfoot Announces New MOPD Commissioner and CPS Inspector General to Join Administration
34 Mayor Lightfoot and CPD Announce Community Working Group to Review Department Use of Force Policies
35 Contractor claims city unfairly awarded lucrative fuel deal to company tied to federal corruption investigatio
36 CDOT Announces Free “Learn to Ride” Bike Riding Classes for Adults
37 City Settles Chicago Freedom School Lawsuit After Group Was Cited For Offering Food To Protesters Trapped Downtown
38 Mayor Lightfoot, The Resurrection Project, The Open Society Foundations Announce Up To $5 Million “Chicago Resiliency Fund”
39 COVID-19 in Illinois updates: Here’s what’s happening Thursday
40 Kanye’s Gap wall on Michigan Avenue is a block-long message to the City of Chicago. Is his ambition as big as
41 Mayor Lightfoot Announces Framework for Riverwalk to Reopen
42 “SummerDance In Place” Offers At-Home Dance Parties Across Chicago Featuring House Music, Salsa, Swing, Bollywood and More
43 'No question' COVID-19 a factor in recent violence in Chicago, says Mayor Lori Lightfoot
44 City Offering ‘Taste Of Chicago To Go’
45 Lawyers Sue City Of Chicago For Access To Inmates
46 Juneteenth Can't Be A City Holiday Because Chicago Can't Afford It, Mayor Says
47 The Spin: Chicago’s coronavirus task force report out | Madigan wants Obama portrait to replace Douglas at Ill
48 Chicago Lifts Suspension on Debt Collection | ACA
49 The Chicago Freedom School Is Suing The City After Inspectors Cited Them For Offering Food To Protesters Trapped Downtown
50 Millennium Park Will Begin Cautious Reopening on Monday, June 15
51 Chicago will require visitors from 15 hot spots
52 Video Catches Wrigleyville Bar Breaking COVID-19 Reopening Rules
53 Illinois Coronavirus Updates: How State Compares to US, Virtual Taste of Chicago
54 Chicago Resiliency Fund: Mayor Lightfoot announces fund for those who didn't get stimulus checks
55 Joint Statement from Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and CPD Superintendent David O. Brown on the Independent Monitoring Team's Second Semiannual Report
56 Chicago buildings commissioner Judy Frydland exiting City Hall
57 Statement from Mayor Lightfoot on the Supreme Court's Ruling on DACA
58 Seats for Wrigley rooftops, approved for 25% capacity, going for $350
59 Sun-Times photo archive rescued and being restored by Chicago History Museum
60 Cocktails To Go Finally Allowed In Chicago After City Council Vote
61 How a Spike in Poor Air Quality Is Impacting Chicago's Most Polluted Neighborhoods
62 Chicago quarantine: Emergency travel order takes effect for travelers from states with high COVID-19 infections
63 Chicago COVID task force looks at historic inequities
64 Man charged in July 4 shooting death of 7-year-old Natalia Wallace in Chicago
65 City of Chicago Avoids Age Discrimination, Harassment Suit
66 Coronavirus live blog, July 9: Illinois reports 1,018 new COVID-19 cases, highest 1-day total since June 5
67 City Of Chicago Announces Reopening Guidelines For Places Of Worship | The Crusader Newspaper Group
68 How unions can help avert furloughs and layoffs for Chicago & Illinois government workers
69 Chicago Beaches Are Closed, But Beaches In Evanston Are Open
70 Community Groups Push A Bold Idea To Revitalize Some Chicago Neighborhoods
71 Where to cool off in Chicago this weekend
72 Faces of young Chicago gun violence victims shown on White House news briefing screen as press secretary advoc
73 Illinois minimum wage increases take effect July 1
74 City of Chicago Cancels Special Events Through Labor Day
75 City Club of Chicago: My Block, My Hood, My City Founder & CEO Jahmal Cole
76 Chicago Police Department arrest API shutdown is its own kind of 'cover up'
77 Trump slams Chicago on crime as White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany shows pictures of city’s young v…
78 Chicago building commissioner Judy Frydland stepping down
79 4th of July 2020: Police patrol crowded bars, closed beaches for holiday weekend
80 As violence rages, Chicago police superintendent decides to create new version of swarming citywide suppressio
81 Chicago charter schools cashed in on federal PPP COVID-19 stimulus loans; CPS wants an investigation
82 Chicagoans Flock To Closed Beaches, But City Plans To Kick Them Out This Weekend
83 Former Chicago Bears LB Sam Acho hosts liquor store demolition party attended by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, among others
84 Mayor Lori Lightfoot says indoor dining in Chicago can begin June 26, but with limits — 25% capacity.
85 Taste of Chicago To-Go Kicks Off Wednesday
86 Wrigleyville bars are packed. How is the city of Chicago going to keep people away from Wrigley?
87 After City Truck Hits Cyclist, Advocates Warn of Wider Safety Issues
88 FBI probed O’Hare Airport’s city of Chicago contracts in Mayor Richard M. Daley administration, Oscar D’Angel…
89 Chicago Hopes Broadband Plan Could Help Other Cities Address Digital Divide
90 Chicago summer already setting records as 25th anniversary of 1995 killer heat wave looms
91 Michael Jordan: His Impact on Basketball, the Bulls, and Chicago
92 Didn't Receive A Stimulus Check? Here Are 20 Chicago Organizations Where You Can Apply For Cash
93 Judge Denies City Of Chicago’s Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit After 2018 Fire Killed 10 Children
94 Greising: New $10M Fund for Rebuilding Chicago Businesses Is Just a Start
95 Blacks make up 75% of those charged with violating city curfew, data shows
96 Chicago City Council sued over conference calls where Mayor Lori Lightfoot and alderman exchanged profanities
97 Chicago Protests: Juneteenth in the City, Calls for New Police Oversight Board
98 Pritzker signs tax law deeming some of Chicago's most valuable property 'blighted'
99 2 kids slain among 79 shot in July 4th weekend gun violence; 3rd weekend straight of children dying
100 Gun violence is surging in cities, and hitting communities of color hardest