By Liam Bohen-Meissner Medill Reports The city of Evanston refocused its coronavirus vaccination efforts on people living in group settings such as homeless shelters beginning the week of Feb. 22, according to the city ‘s website. After Evanston moved into phase 1b of its vaccination plan in late January, the city prioritized administering doses to […]
By Leonna McAfee Medill Reports Southeast Side residents on hunger strikes to prevent the move of industrial metal shredder General Iron to move operations from affluent Lincoln Park to the predominantly Black and Latino Southeast Side gathered with area activists and supporters at City Hall for a candlelight vigil Thursday. They called on Mayor Lori […]
By David Korzeniowski Medill Reports Two local high schools, Buffalo Grove and Glenbrook South, make the most of a shortened 2021 basketball season due to COVID-19. David Korzeniowski is a sports reporter at Medill. You can follow him on Twitter at @d_korz83.
By Emilie Zuhowski Medill Reports Chicagoans experienced the snowiest three-week stretch in the city since 1979, according to the National Weather Service. Emilie Zuhowski is a video and broadcast reporter at Medill. You can follow her on Twitter at @EmilieZuhowski.