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As snow blanketed much of the country — including Chicago — Feb. 15, Rogers Park resident Kristin Yarnell found herself stuck in her car at the entrance to her building’s alley around 10 p.m after her …

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St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago usually means a green river, masses of people flocking to Downtown and to jam-packed bars. Now, for the second year in a row, the city announced the parade’s cancellation. The …

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Chicago saw its largest snowfall in five years over the weekend and Loyola students and community members responded by building snow sculptures. Looking ahead, people in the area can expect more snow and single-digit temperatures …

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After learning the YMCA of Metro Chicago will permanently close the High Ridge YMCA (2424 W. Touhy Ave.) Jan. 29, some Rogers Park community members are doing everything they can to stop it from closing. …

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If they haven’t already, Chicagoans may need to break out their salt bags and snow boots — a storm bringing up to eight inches of snow is heading their way. The National Weather Service (NWS) …

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The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced Jan. 22 Chicago is expected to lift some restrictions on businesses, such as restaurants and bars, as the region continues to see a lowered COVID-19 positivity rate. …

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After serving customers on the Magnificent Mile for years, Water Tower Place’s Macy’s, Gap and Express locations are shuttering their doors. At least 45 Macy’s stores across the country are planning to close this year, …

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Loyola nursing major Hanaa Barakat, 21, puts on her gown, gloves and an N95 mask, layering it with a second surgical mask and face shield. Her mouth feels constricted and she finds herself overwhelmed to …