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Illinois Unemployment Claims Skyrocket Amid Coronavirus Shutdowns

Unemployment claims in Illinois for the week ending March 21 were 114,663, up 103,793 from the 10,870 claims filed the previous week.


By Center Square Illinois, News Partner

Downers Grove  |  News  |  
Downers Grove  |  News  |  

How To File For Unemployment In Illinois In Coronavirus Shutdown

2020欧洲杯赛事 Here's what you need to know about filing unemployment amid Gov. J.B. Pritzker's stay-at-home order.


By Lisa Marie Farver, Patch Staff

Chicago  |  News  |  
Chicago  |  News  |  

Chicago Shelter Runs Out Of Adoptable Dogs For The First Time

Chicago Animal Care and Control (CACC) had no adoptable dogs over the weekend for the first time ever.


By Gillian Smith, Patch Staff

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Easter Across Illinois: Stores Open, Closed

Target, Trader Joe’s and other major grocery stores across Illinois will close on Easter Sunday to give essential workers a day off.


By Rebecca Bream (Hughes), Patch Staff

Arlington Heights  |  News  |  
Arlington Heights  |  News  |  

Deadly Home Invasion Leads To Arrest Of Tennessee Man: Police

2020欧洲杯赛事 A Tennessee resident is charged with murder in the death of a man who police said accompanied him in an attempted home invasion.


By Drew Zimmerman, Patch Staff

St. Charles  |  News  |  
St. Charles  |  News  |  

Coronavirus In Illinois: How You Can Help

2020欧洲杯赛事 It's not all bad out there right now. Amid coronavirus concerns, area residents are giving back to those in need.


By Amie Schaenzer, Patch Staff

Chicago  |  News  |  
Chicago  |  News  |  

Mayor's Haircut In Stay-At-Home Chicago, City Of Big Whiners

KONKOL COLUMN: The only takeaway from Mayor Lori Lightfoot's coronavirus haircut controversy: Stay home. Save Lives. Quit whining.


By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

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Across Illinois  |  News  |  

It's Nice Out, But Don't Stop Social Distancing, Officials Say

2020欧洲杯赛事 Will Chicago area residents continue to social distance as temperatures rise? Health officials urge them to do so to stop the coronavirus.


By Gillian Smith, Patch Staff

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899 New Cases As IL Coronavirus Peak Expected In Coming Weeks

2020欧洲杯赛事 There were 31 new deaths, state officials said Sunday. A new childcare assistance program is also now available for some essential workers.


By Amie Schaenzer, Patch Staff

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Chicago  |  News  |  

Here's How Well Illinois Is Complying With The Stay-At-Home Order

Cell phone tracking data shows how Illinois is doing compared to the nation as a whole.


By Lisa Marie Farver, Patch Staff

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Across Illinois  |  News  |  

Illinois Coronavirus Update April 5: Facial Coverings Recommended

Nationwide, at least 15,021 have recovered from coronavirus. Globally, the number is 252,538.


By Shannon Antinori, Patch Staff

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Across Illinois  |  News  |  

Pritzker Denounces 'Profound Failure,' Asks IL To Be 'All In'

2020欧洲杯赛事 The governor once again lashed out at the federal government, then announced a new statewide initiative.


By Shannon Antinori, Patch Staff

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Homer Glen-Lockport  |  News  |  

Murder-Suicide: Man Feared Coronavirus, Family Says

A man and woman in their 50s found dead Thursday have since tested negative for the virus, according to officials.


By Shannon Antinori, Patch Staff

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Illinois Coronavirus Update March 31: Cases Near 6,000; 99 Deaths

2020欧洲杯赛事 Gov. J.B. Pritzker has extended the state's stay-at-home order through the end of April.


By J. Ryne Danielson, Patch Staff

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Chicago  |  News  |  

Pritzker Orders All Illinois Bars, Restaurants Closed

The governor was frustrated earlier in the week with residents who continue to frequent bars during the coronavirus outbreak.


By Shannon Antinori, Patch Staff

Oak Lawn  |  News  |  
Oak Lawn  |  News  |  

Woman Jumps From Christ Hospital Parking Tower: Police

An Evergreen Park woman has died after jumping from the parking tower at Advocate Christ Medical Center, police said.


By Lorraine Swanson, Patch Staff

Joliet  |  News  |  
Joliet  |  News  |  

Will County Coronavirus Case Confirmed

2020欧洲杯赛事 The announcement came Monday afternoon from Will County Health Department officials.


By John Ferak, Patch Staff

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Chicago  |  News  |  

Pritzker Orders All Illinois Bars, Restaurants Closed

The governor was frustrated earlier in the week with residents who continue to frequent bars during the coronavirus outbreak.


By Shannon Antinori, Patch Staff

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Orland Park  |  News  |  

1 Dead, Bystander Wounded In Orland Square Mall Shooting

2020欧洲杯赛事 A man was killed and a bystander wounded by a shooter who remained at large as of late Monday.


By Lorraine Swanson, Patch Staff

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Beverly-MtGreenwood  |  News  |  

Elevator Constructors Union Taking Apprenticeship Applications

2020欧洲杯赛事 The International Union of Elevator Constructors accepting 800 applications for apprentices starting June 16.


By Lorraine Swanson, Patch Staff

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Curfew, Masks: Boston Mayor Announces New Coronavirus Rules

2020欧洲杯赛事 Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has asked that anyone leaving their home wear a face covering to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.


By Jenna Fisher, Patch Staff

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Milford  |  News  |  

CT Coronavirus Updates: When Will Surge Of Cases Hit?

State officials released new details on when they expect the surge of coronavirus cases to hit Connecticut. Here is their breakdown.


By Brian McCready, Patch Staff

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Point Pleasant  |  News  |  

Coronavirus Economic Stimulus Payments: What You Need To Do In NJ

New Jersey residents are expected to start receiving stimulus payments soon. Here's what you need to do beforehand:


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Darien  |  News  |  

CT Coronavirus: Grocery, Retail Store Changes Ordered By Lamont

Gov. Ned Lamont ordered several major changes for grocery and retail stores in Connecticut to slow the spread of the coronavirus.


By Brian McCready, Patch Staff

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Englewood-Englewood Cliffs  |  News  |  

NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Gwinnett  |  News  |  

Gwinnett Says Stay Home Or Face Fine, Jail Time: Coronavirus

Gwinnett residents who violate the coronavirus stay-at-home order may face 60 days in jail or a $1,000 fine if prosecuted.


By Jim Massara, Patch Staff

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Englewood-Englewood Cliffs  |  News  |  

NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

2020欧洲杯赛事 Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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PA State Wine, Liquor Stores To Close Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

2020欧洲杯赛事 All Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties will close Tuesday 'until further notice.'


By Kara Seymour, Patch Staff

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Moorestown  |  News  |  

Gov. Murphy Announces NJ 'Stay-At-Home' Order Due To Coronavirus

2020欧洲杯赛事 WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy ordered non-essential NJ retail businesses to close and he banned gatherings. Here are the latest updates.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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New York City  |  News  |  

Live Cam Of April The Giraffe, Baby Calf Goes Dark: Watch An Adorable Replay

Here's video of April the giraffe and her new calf bonding at the Animal Adventure Park in upstate NY.


By Simone Wilson, Patch Staff

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Banning-Beaumont  |  News  |  

Drink Any of These Calif. Wines? They Contain Poisonous Arsenic, Class-Action Suit Alleges

Suit alleges winemakers knowingly sell arsenic-contaminated wines such as Menage a Trois, Sutter Home, Wine Cube, Charles Shaw, and Beringer


By Renee Schiavone, Patch Staff

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Alameda  |  Neighbor News  |  

Please Don't Help My Kids

2020欧洲杯赛事 "I am not sitting here, 15 whole feet away from my kids, because I am too lazy to get up and help them climb the ladder. . ."


By Kate Bassford Baker, Patch Contributor

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