City officials will again provide COVID-19 vaccines to Loretto Hospital after pausing the program last month to review allegations of dosages improperly being provided to connected people.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Friday that $1.6 billion in federal funding will be allocated toward early childhood education and child care providers in Illinois.
FedEx prohibits employees from having their phones with them while they are working, a policy that came under scrutiny in aftermath of a mass shooting at one of the company's Indianapolis facilities.
The tentative agreement to reopen Chicago public high schools Monday has passed another hurdle and is heading to a full vote by the Chicago Teachers Union.
In the past week, good news about the economy has abounded: Unemployment is down and retail sales are up. But Americans’ optimism about the economy and their purchasing power depends in large part on their income—and decreases the lower that income is. This week, as third stimulus payments continue to be delivered, 52% of Americans […]
Illinoisans are using terms like “good wait” these days as the state deals with an unprecedented backlog of expired driver’s licenses, plus a lesser crunch as the latest deadline for federal Real ID certification, October, approaches.
How many horror stories have you heard about homeowners who want to sue their contractor? These disputes arise for numerous reasons, but in almost all cases it comes down to defective workmanship. Sometimes it’s non-performance, when the contractor vaporizes and stops showing up at the job. In rare cases, it’s actually fraud in which the contractor takes a deposit and disappears.
Trades apprentices pursuing the skills for good-paying jobs sometimes run into financial barriers when it comes to acquiring tools, work boots and other items they need to move forward.
Kourtney Kardashian struggles to manage her Poosh team as she employs her "long-term friends" to work alongside her.
Hayley Hasselhoff has become the first curve model to feature on the cover of a European edition of Playboy magazine.
Decatur school board members expressed concern during a closed session discussion about the public backlash that could result if they moved ahead with the awarding of a proposed $30,000 bonus to Assistant Superintendent Jeff Dase.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker found some room for optimism Wednesday despite rising numbers of daily COVID-19 cases and a pause in the use of one of three types of vaccines to prevent medical complications.
Taylor Swift has sent a special care package to a nurse working on the frontline amid the COVID-19 pandemic, after the nurse said she was a fan of the singer.
The northbound outside lane along 1st South Shores Avenue will be closed starting 7:30 a.m. Thursday.
While Rusten Sheskey is back at work at the Kenosha Police Department, he is not back on patrol.
Dear Abby: My best friend (since we were babies) and I are having a disagreement. She had two kids when she was 16 and 17 who are now in their…
A national clean energy trade organization has released a report showing growth in electric transportation-related jobs in Illinois could position the state to lead the domestic supply chain.
TV star Brittany Cartwright has taken to Instagram to announce the arrival of her son.