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            Coronavirus: No Chicago Games Til May, No Events Over 250 People

            Pritzker pushed for the suspension of all major sporting events in Chicago, but said schools are not closing and the election will happen.


            By Shannon Antinori, Patch Staff

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            Early Voting Hours Extended, 94 Precincts Without Polling Places

            Chicago Election officials have extended weekend early voting hours; 94 precincts without polling places due to COVID-19 concerns.


            By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

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            Take Virus Seriously, But Don't Panic: Illinois Doctor Speaks Out

            Physician says U.S. has yet to get "stranglehold" on coronavirus, so people should be aware and vigilant.


            By David Giuliani, Patch Staff

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            Police Narrative Doesn't Mention Cop Shot Man At Red Line Station

            KONKOL COLUMN: Final police report narrative doesn't mention that officer shot Ariel Roman twice at CTA Red Line Station.


            By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

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            Voting Guide: 五福彩票6688下载 Cook County Judicial Primary

            Here's everything you need to know about the 五福彩票6688下载 judicial primary on March 17.


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            Coronavirus: IL Colleges Move Online, Extend Spring Break

            Some schools are moving classes online. Others are telling students to prepare not to return from spring break. Here's what's happening.


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            Has Your Cook County Polling Place Been Changed Due to Pandemic?

            Election officials announce 31 suburban polling places have been relocated due to concerns about the new coronavirus.


            By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

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            Coronavirus: What Metra, CTA Are Doing To Prevent Spread

            Metra and CTA announced Thursday the steps being taken in response to the potential spread of coronavirus.


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            Live Updates On Coronavirus And Chicago Schools

            As the number of the new coronavirus cases worldwide continues to rise, Chalkbeat is monitoring the impact on Chicago schools and families.


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            5 Open Houses In The Chicago Area

            Peek inside a few of the properties now on the market near you.


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            Some Insight On Finding A Job Amid The Coronavirus Outbreak

            It’s unknown how the coronavirus will impact jobs long-term, but we got some insight from the CEO of CareerBuilder.


            By CBS Chicago, News Partner

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            Students Disappointed By Cancellations Of Trips Due To Coronavirus

            “We sold chips and candy for probably three months,” one student said of raising money for a trip.


            By CBS Chicago, News Partner

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            'Behavioral Management' Fee Added To Dental Bill For Boy With Autism

            The boy's father, Michael Johnson, was not pleased about the charge.


            By CBS Chicago, News Partner

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            Readers Don't Agree With Cancelling St. Patrick's Day Parades

            Patch Poll Results: Most readers who voted say they disagree with the decision to cancel Chicago St. Patrick's Day parades.


            By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

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            Man Shot By Police At CTA Station Sues Chicago, Cops

            A man shot twice by officers at a Red Line station is suing, claiming the two officers were not properly trained and used excessive force.


            By Associated Press, News Partner

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            Bad Luck Of The Irish As South Side Parade Called Off

            South Side St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled due to concerns over new coronavirus. Parade set to return in 2021.


            By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

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            Plumbers Union Local 130 Won't Dye Chicago River Green Saturday

            Plumbers Union Local 130 will not carry out the annual St. Patrick's Day tradition of dying the Chicago River Green.


            By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

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            Pass With Flying Colors Gala Raises Over $90,000 for Students

            Chicago-area educational nonprofit raises money for student programs and scholarships


            By Emily Stearney, Neighbor

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            Lady Gaga, Dear Evan Hansen & More Coming Soon Near Chicago

            Lady Gaga, Dear Evan Hansen and more will soon be at a venue near you.


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            Wealth Management Advisor Bryce Simon Earns RICP Designation

            Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management 五福彩票6688下载 CFP Professional Adds Retirement Income Certified Planning Professional to Qualifications


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            5 Things to Know Before Enrolling in Medicare

            Medicare choices matter, and there may be consequences for those who postpone their decision-making. A trusted advisor can help.


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            Hooters Presents Donation to Holy Family School

            Hooters Wings for the Kids Program Has Raised Over $819,833 for Education


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            Slam The Scam Day

            Social Security and OIG Announce National "Slam The Scam" Day


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            National Able Network Appoints New Chief Program Officer

            Matthew Weis to oversee training and workforce programs in the Midwest


            By National Able Network, Nonprofit

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            Lou Mancusi on Stock Market Volatility and Retirement Savings

            Lou Mancusi shares his professional opinion on stock market volatility and retirement savings.


            By Lou Mancusi, Neighbor

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            Children's Hospital Sponsorship

            Children's Hospital Sponsorship


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            Social Security Column

            Retirement Planning 101 With Social Security


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            Rutgers University Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse Program

            Rutgers University offers its wound care nursing program in an online format. Courses are taught at the graduate level by Rutgers faculty.


            By Jason Love, Nonprofit

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            Cook County Board Recognizes DePaul Students for 五福彩票6688下载 Census

            DePaul University students honored by Cook County Board for public relations campaign, Love Where You Count, promoting the 五福彩票6688下载 Census.


            By Natalie Rohman, Neighbor

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            Symetria Recovery®'s Six Illinois Locations Recognized by BCBSIL

            Treatment Center's Chicago & Suburban Facilities All Designated as Blue Distinction® Centers for Substance Use Treatment and Recovery


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