Suburban high school athletes and their parents continue to fight to get back on the field, and court, as basketball season is not too far away.
Maria Marciniec from Tates Ice Cream Shop talks about how her business has fared since the coronavirus outbreak.
A man allegedly admitted he fatally shot his mother’s boyfriend at their La Grange apartment because the man was planning to kill him as part of a “blood sacrifice for the illuminati.”
Steve Palmer, owner of Palmer Place, talks about how business has been since entering Phase 3 of reopening.
Nancy Cummings, executive director of the La Grange Business Association, talks about what they're doing to boost morale as the community enters the next phase of reopening.
Salons and barbershops are opening for business in phase three but it definitely won't be like it was the last time you went to your shop. Ross Bartolomei and his wife and partner Carissa, owners of Salon Hype in La Grange, talk about changes they’ve made at their shop.
The Elm owner Dan Spain previews the opening of his new restaurant as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Bloom 3 owner Kim Lesher joins Good Day Chicago to talk about how her business is doing in wake of the coronavirus shutdown.
Measuring your body temperature as you walk into the door to work could become a new normal, and a company in La Grange has created a new tool to make it happen.
A 7-year-old from La Grange recently experienced the thrill of a lifetime when he got to give Pope Francis a Chicago Fire soccer ball.