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Chicago public health department announces changes amid ongoing Johnson & Johnson pause

Chicago public health officials announced changes to the city’s inoculation deployment strategy Friday, as they deal with the ongoing pause in administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The Chicago Department of Public Health had sketched out a Plan B earlier this week, and in a Friday news release confirmed that the United Center’s mass vaccination site, which had planned to shift to the ...
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Developer unveils plan for almost 2,700 Goose Island apartments, in four towers as tall as 56 stories

A Canadian developer has unveiled plans to bring up to 2,650 apartments to a part of the city that now has no residents. Onni Group wants to build apartment towers as tall as 56 stories on 8 acres at the southern tip of Goose Island. There haven’t been homes on the traditionally industrial island, which is just north of downtown, for decades. The four-phase plan, called Halsted Point, would ...
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House Fire in Chicago's Beverly Neighborhood Injures 5

At least five people sustained injuries Thursday evening in a house fire in Chicago's Beverly neighborhood, according to authorities. The fire was reported before 8 p.m. in the 9300 block of South Oakley Avenue near West 94th Street. Five people suffered smoke inhalation and were transported to the hospital in fair-to-serious condition, the Chicago Fire Department tweeted.
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8 shot, 1 fatally, Thursday in Chicago

Eight people were shot Thursday in Chicago, including a 17-year-old girl killed in Little Village on the Southwest Side. The teen girl was inside a vehicle about 7:45 p.m. in the 4100 block of West 25th Place when she heard shots and felt pain, Chicago police said. She was struck...
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Michelin Guide Returns to Chicago After a Pandemic Hiatus

After a year-long hiatus triggered by the pandemic, Michelin announced that the tire guide will release updated ratings later this month in Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C. The guide will release its Chicago Bib Gourmands — which recognize outstanding value — on April 27. Michelin will announce its coveted stars ranking two days later on April 29.
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Chicago Bulls: 3 keys to stopping their devastating losing streak

The Chicago Bulls desperately need to stop their four-game losing streak. Chuck Noll, Hall of Fame coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, once said “In order to win the game, you must first not lose it.” Chicago Bulls fans have seen those words come to life over the last four games. The four-game skid couldn’t have come at a worse time, as the team hopes to remain among the top 10 seeds in the Eastern Conference in order to gain a birth in the post-season play-in tournament.
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Blackhawks’ Nikita Zadorov experiment has reached a critical moment

Nikita Zadorov has one month left to prove to the Blackhawks that he should be part of their future. The Hawks kept that window open for Zadorov by not trading him before the deadline Monday. They asked a high price for him and decided to keep him when, unsurprisingly, no suitors met that price.