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El Concilio Latinx de Gage Park provee cuidado a la comunidad

Desde la distribución de alimentos hasta la creación de un jardín, el grupo ha respondido a la pandemia.

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Gage Park Latinx Council brings care, healing to hard-hit community

From weekly food distribution to creating public green spaces on the Southwest Side, the council has helped its community and helped their neighbors help each other during the pandemic.

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Here’s who Sister Jean thinks will make the Final Four — and her predictions for Loyola’s fate

Loyola’s beloved 101-year-old chaplain has unveiled her bracket picks for this year’s NCAA Men’s Tournament.

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Dueños de restaurantes quieren que sus empleados se vacunen lo antes posible

Se espera que los trabajadores del servicio de alimentos sean elegibles durante la Fase 1C del plan de distribución de Illinois, que tiene una fecha de inicio estimada para el 29 de marzo en Chicago.

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Some South Side residents 40 and older can get COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday in Pullman

About 1,000 Pfizer shots will be administered at the Pullman Community Center to residents; appointments are required to be made via email.

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Restaurant owners want city to expedite vaccines for their employees

Phase 1B of the state’s vaccine rollout does not include restaurant workers, but Phase 1C — estimated to began in the city on March 29 — could open the process to them.

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WGN-TV meteorologist Mike Hamernik dies at 60

Hamernik, a Chicago native, signed on with CLTV in 2002 after several postings around the Midwest. He joined the WGN WeatherCenter team in 2005.

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Chicago traffic ranked third-worst in the country

INRIX, an analytics company, also says the city has climbed to seventh-worst in global traffic in 2020.

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Drop dead gorgeous: Rogers Park resident displays home-grown corpse flower in full bloom

Dale Wheeler’s near-7-foot-tall flower with a foul smell drew the attention of Rogers Park residents after photos of the plant went viral in a community Facebook group.

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CPS parents, organizers demand elected school board

Community members are urging Mayor Lori Lightfoot to honor her campaign promise to support an elected board to oversee Chicago Public Schools.