Working Parents And Closed Schools: The Childcare Struggle During COVID-19
Sierra is in a bind. She and her husband have two children — ages three and nine years old — and they live in Urbana. Sierra’s 9-year-old son is attending school remotely this fall, because the local school district has deemed it unsafe to reopen for in-person instruction. While she and her husband placed their […]
A Law To Improve Mental Health Services At Illinois Universities Has No Funding
At a time when experts say help is needed more than ever, an Illinois law meant to boost mental health services on campus remains unfunded.
News Around Illinois — Sept. 10, 2020
2 Applicants Rejected For Marijuana Licenses Sues Illinois CHICAGO (AP) — Two companies that were rejected for Illinois marijuana licenses have filed a lawsuit to delay the state from awarding licenses to the winning applicants. The state announced that only 21 of 700 applicants would proceed to a lottery for 75 licenses. Southshore Restore and […]