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Peoples Gas Anima a los Clientes a Solicitar Asistencia Financiera

Peoples Gas Anima a los Clientes a Solicitar Asistencia Financiera

Peoples Gas recuerda a los clientes que la asistencia financiera está disponible a través del Programa de Asistencia de Energía para Hogares de Bajos Ingresos (LIHEAP) y el programa Share… Read more »

City of Chicago to Host COVID-19 Latinx Town Hall

City of Chicago to Host COVID-19 Latinx Town Hall

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot will today join Marshall Square Resource Network for a town hall meeting in Spanish for Latinx residents about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Residents will be able… Read more »

Mayor Lightfoot Unveils Plan to Reopen Chicago

Mayor Lightfoot Unveils Plan to Reopen Chicago

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, alongside the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), today announced the “Protecting Chicago” framework that the City will be using to guide Chicago’s reopening process amid… Read more »

SINAI HEALTH SYSTEM RESUMES ELECTIVE PROCEDURES AND APPOINTMENTS MAY 11th

SINAI HEALTH SYSTEM RESUMES ELECTIVE PROCEDURES AND APPOINTMENTS MAY 11th

Sinai Health System is gradually resuming semi-urgent and elective inpatient and outpatient procedures and appointments starting Monday, May 11th, following guidelines from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). The… Read more »

Illinois DCFS thanks foster parents during Foster Parent Appreciation Month

Illinois DCFS thanks foster parents during Foster Parent Appreciation Month

May is Foster Parent Appreciation Month in Illinois, a time to thank the thousands of foster families across the state that have opened their homes to provide a temporary safe… Read more »

Why Lighting Up and COVID-19 Don’t Mix

Why Lighting Up and COVID-19 Don’t Mix

By: American Heart Association News As evidence continues to grow that people who smoke are at greater risk of dying from COVID-19, health professionals are turning to a familiar message… Read more »

Teachers Will Get Credit for Remote Learning Transition

Teachers Will Get Credit for Remote Learning Transition

The Illinois Education Association (IEA) announced in a video on Facebook on Tuesday that teachers and paraprofessionals can earn Professional Development clock hours for time spent transitioning from in-person learning… Read more »

CPS Announces Partnerships with Local Television Stations to Provide Supplemental Educational Enrichment Programming

CPS Announces Partnerships with Local Television Stations to Provide Supplemental Educational Enrichment Programming

Chicago Public Schools announced partnerships with WLS, Univision/UniMás, WCIU and WTTW to provide supplemental educational programming to increase the accessibility of enrichment resources for students. Through these partnerships, digital content… Read more »

Prohibited Test Kits Seized by Chicago CBP in 45 Days

Prohibited Test Kits Seized by Chicago CBP in 45 Days

Since the beginning of the pandemic, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers have seen an increase in unapproved or counterfeit COVID-19 tests being shipped through the mail system. At… Read more »

Governor Pritzker Announces Restore Illinois: A Public Health Approach to Safely Reopen the State

Governor Pritzker Announces Restore Illinois: A Public Health Approach to Safely Reopen the State

Building on data, science, and guidance from public health experts and after consulting with stakeholders across the state, Governor JB Pritzker announced Restore Illinois, a five-phase plan focused on saving… Read more »