Chef Brian Jupiter of Ina Mae Tavern talks about how his business has fared since the pandemic and how they're celebrating Mardi Gras this year.
Chicago officials over the weekend shut down a nearly 100-person gathering at a Mount Greenwood restaurant as well as an unlicensed club in Little Village.
With COVID-19 restrictions loosening up in Chicago, places like the Shedd Aquarium are getting ready to re-open their doors. Also, indoor dining at restaurants could resume in just a matter of days.
The Illinois Department of Public Health on Monday announced statewide health care contracting to supplement existing hospital staff. That enabled IDPH to loosen restrictions in most areas of the state, significantly to at least a level that allows indoor dining to resume.
Lisa Wiencek from Floralore Designs talks about how her business has fared since the onset of the pandemic.
Illinois health officials reported Sunday that 4,162 more people have tested positive for the coronavirus, and 29 more people have died.
Alex Anderson, owner of Oswald's Pharmacy, talks about how their generations-old pharmacy is dealing with the pandemic.
Maureen McClure and Elizabeth Leipold, founders of Scratch Goods, talk about how their business has fared since the onset of the pandemic.
Video of a big boozy party is sparking worries of a super-spreader event, and neighbors say this was not the first time the Chicago restaurant flouted COVID rules.
Lucas Bumba, co-owner of Milk Money Brewing, talks about how their business has fared during the pandemic.
Fernando Angelina from Pixca Restaurant talks about how his business has fared since the onset of COVID-19.
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy launched a fundraising effort with the nonprofit 30 Day Fund for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 called "The Barstool Fund, contributing $500,000 of his own money toward the effort.
Monica Little, owner of Plant Based Beauty, talks about how her business has fared during the pandemic.
Anna Romo from Virtue Alchemy Candle Co. talks about how her business has fared and transitioned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bringing in the new year is going to be a lot different than in year's past as health officials are warning people to stay inside their family bubbles in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. So how do you host a party when everyone is in their own homes?
This morning's Lovin’ Local takes us to Roscoe Village where Cubbington's Cabinet specializes in CBD to improve the lives of people and their pets.
Elaine Frei from Luft Balloons talks about their dazzling Santa Wonderland creation just in time for Christmas.
Syreeta Talbert talks about founding Rhee360 and how her business has adapted during the pandemic.
Patty Rasmussen and Larry Anderson talk about how their business has fared since the onset of the pandemic.
Everyone knows the City of Chicago is very devoted to the hotdog, and now one spot hopes it can save jobs, too.