Bloom’s Danielle King wasn’t surprised that Rich East let her and the other Blazing Trojans fire away from the perimeter at the start of Thursday’s Southland Conference showdown.
Bloom comes out shooting, beats Rich East
Light at the end of the tunnel? Drop in COVID-19 deaths, hospitalizations leaves some experts ‘cautiously optimistic’
Nearly 700 fewer COVID-19 patients were hospitalized in Illinois Monday night than the state’s all-time record of 7,380 set on Jan. 12. Deaths dipped, too, Although hopeful, Northwestern Medical’s Dr. Sajal Tanna warned, "I wouldn’t let my guard down."
When things are going well, Hillcrest is as eye-opening and exciting as any team in the area. The Hawks have a combination of Kenwood’s showtime and Glenbard West’s size.
The noncash transfer will not be final until contracts are approved, but both media organizations said they hope to close on the deal by the end of the month.
An effective advisory board could ensure all departments of the city use best practices to protect Chicago’s tree canopy. It also could give residents confidence the city will explore every alternative when considering whether a tree needs to come down.
Iliana Mora, chief administration officer for Cook County Health’s Ambulatory Services, said the Forest Park facility alone is equipped to give out 1,300 doses a day.
The mayor criticized Joe Ferguson’s surprise decision to write a letter to senators considering the appointment of former Mayor Rahm Emanuel as U.S. ambassador to Japan emphatically stating that there is no evidence that Emanuel covered up the police shooting of Laquan McDonald.