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The holiday season is approaching and with the COVID-19 pandemic still raging in the U.S., The Phoenix took a look at how Chicagoans can still celebrate. Here are how some of the city’s beloved events …

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Chicago goes by many names, such as the Windy City and Chi-Town, but being called the “rattiest” city is one known all too well by locals. The Second City, once again, has taken first place …

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot introduced new regulations to help combat the spread of COVID-19 in a Nov. 12 press conference due to an “alarming” increase in infections, deaths and hospitalizations. Officials said levels haven’t been …

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Right now, it might feel like the only thing on everyone’s mind is the presidential election. But Cook County voters have more races to think about, including the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District commissioner, the state’s …

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Loyola reported 17 new COVID-19 cases at the university since Oct. 20, according to the university’s coronavirus dashboard.  The university has tested 2,810 people since July and the positivity rate is 1.53 percent as of …

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Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker is stepping in to attempt to curb rising COVID-19 cases in the city by announcing new restrictions in Chicago.  These restrictions will take effect Friday, Oct. 30, according to a press …

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Just three weeks after Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot eased restrictions on bars, she announced new limits on indoor drinking once again.  In a press conference Oct. 22, Lightfoot said Chicago bars that don’t serve food …

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September marked two years since two members of the Rogers Park community were shot and killed by an unidentified individual — a murder case that remains unsolved. Douglass Watts, 73, and 24-year-old Eliyahu Moscowitz were …