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‘It’s just ridiculous’: Some Chicagoans frustrated by lack of mail service

‘It’s just ridiculous’: Some Chicagoans frustrated by lack of mail service

CHICAGO — Some Chicagoans are growing aggravated and frustrated waiting for mail by the Postal Service.Tired of waiting at home, this week, Dionne Bostic went to the Auburn Park post office.“Every time I put in my tracking my number, it shows it’s at the post office,” said Bostic. “I stood in line 45 minutes, just to find out I’m not getting my packages.”And she’s not alone as complaints continue to come in from across the city. People are waiting for mail, checks, medicine and more.Images of Mounting mail outside Mount Greenwood’s post office have been circulating on social media. Lori...

December 3, 2020
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Applicants say Illinois’ budding marijuana industry not living up to promise of promoting diversity

Applicants say Illinois’ budding marijuana industry not living up to promise of promoting diversity

CHICAGO — Some aspiring marijuana retailers who applied for licenses under Illinois’ social equity program say the state’s budding cannabis industry is not living up to its promise of promoting investment in under-resourced communities.A group of applicants and lawmakers said Tuesday the state’s process of using a lottery to give out the 75 dispensary licenses is unjust because it doesn’t give enough weight to the social equity applicants. Two rejected applicants are suing the state to delay the lottery.“It’s a knife through the heart of the black and brown community,” former state senator...

September 8, 2020
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Chicago police board president says he was hit with batons by officers at protest

Chicago police board president says he was hit with batons by officers at protest

CHICAGO — Protestors have filed hundreds of complaints against Chicago police for use of force, and one of those was filed by the president of the Chicago police board who alleges at least one officer attacked him during a Sunday protest.Ghian Foreman did not want to talk about specifics of what happened, but said the focus should be on solutions.Every night on Foreman’s block, neighbors come out to celebrate each other from a distance. It’s the type of community building he says the city needs.“Nobody on this block came out to ask what happened to me, but everyone came out to ask, ‘What...

June 6, 2020
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Archdiocese of Chicago reaches agreement to being phased opening churches later this month

Archdiocese of Chicago reaches agreement to being phased opening churches later this month

Facing lawsuits and outright defiance, Illinois governor JB Pritzker continues to defend his plan and the timeline to reopen the state.But late Wednesday, an agreement was announced with the archdiocese to begin opening churches later this month.that said there is an agreement with the governor’s office for a phased re-opening of churches starting as early as May 23 with a limit of 10 attendees. Phase 1 would be for sacramental celebrations and private prayer.In Phase 2 parishes could apply for certification to offer daily and Sunday Mass.by on ScribdMeanwhile, officials in downstate...

May 14, 2020
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