Media Coverage

Media Coverage

Below are CMAP-related news stories from the current calendar year. See archived media coverage since 2010.

April

April 26, 2021  
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s by Sabrina Tavernise and Robert Gebeloff 
The New York Times  

April 23, 2021  
ComEd recognized for its green fleet by Chicago Area Clean Cities by Joe Koenig  
Daily Herald  

April 23, 2021  
Mamas Caucus Plans To Make Illinois The Most ‘Mama Friendly’ State In The Country by Dana Kozlov  
CBS Chicago  

April 21, 2021  
J-Hey and friends help a community heal by Jordan Bastian  
MLB  

April 21, 2021  
Village Board Discusses Priority Plan, Annexations by Andrea Arens  
The Vedette  

April 21, 2021  
ComEd Recognized for its Green Fleet by Chicago Area Clean Cities by Joe Koenig  
Patch  

April 20, 2021  
Long-range Kane County transportation plan envisions 43% population growth by James Fuller  
Daily Herald  

April 16, 2021  
Cook County Board Confirms Jennifer “Sis” Killen as First Female Superintendent of the County’s Department of Transportation and Highways  
Cook County  

April 16, 2021  
Daily News Briefs, April 16, 2021 
Toll Roads News  

April 16, 2021  
Flooding on the Fox: Fox Waterway Agency positioned to start catching up on dredging after insufficient pace on flood mitigation work by Sam Lounsberry  
Shaw Media  

April 16, 2021  

Regional Transportation Authority Chicago transit ridership survey reveals challenges for Chicago region in COVID’s wake by David C. Lester  
RT&S 

April 16, 2021  
Survey of Chicago region transit riders indicates potential challenges as pandemic eases by RTA  
Mass Transit  

April 15, 2021  
Ridership survey finds challenges for Chicago region after COVID  
Progressive Railroading  

April 15, 2021 
RTA survey: Most people who stopped commuting by transit during COVID plan to return by John Greenfield  
Streetsblog Chicago  

April 14, 2021  
Fairness of Redistricting Being Questioned by West Siders by Noah Johnson  
The Chicago Reporter  

April 14, 2021  
How Chicago Could Build Equity Into Transportation by Sandra Larson  
Next City  

April 14, 2021  
Regional Economic and Workforce Trends  
Business Ledger Book of Lists  

April 12, 2021  
Big Old McHenry-Quentin road project would change travel through southwestern Lake County by Mick Zawislak  
Daily Herald  

April 9, 2021  
Transportation Costs Are A Burden For Low-Income Chicago-Area Residents, Report Finds by Esther Kang  
WBEZ  

April 9, 2021  
Op-ed: One Central is a terrible deal for Illinois taxpayers by Brain Costin  
Chicago Tribune  

April 8, 2021  
Calvin Jordan Wins Rich Township Supervisors Race  
Chicago Defender  

April 7, 2021  
Why transportation costs hit low-income people hardest here by Greg Hinz  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

April 7, 2021  
CMAP seeks public input on Laraway Road plans by Bob Okon  
Herald-News  

April 7, 2021  
CAGTC names board members  
Progressive Railroading  

April 6, 2021  
State Rep, Thaddeus Jones Becomes First African American Mayor of Calumet City, Illinois. 
Chicago Defender  

April 6, 2021  
Howard Construction End In Sight As New Concrete Barrier Bike Lanes Installed by Tom Robb  
Journal & Topics  

April 5, 2021  
CMAP Hosts Laraway Road Public Input Opportunity And Virtual Public Information Meeting 
WJOL 

April 5, 2021  
Southland businesses, pushed to the brink during pandemic, call Cook County assistance vital by Bill Jones  
Chicago Tribune  

April 2, 2021  
The Spin: Local politicos put together wish lists as Biden pushes $2T infrastructure plan | At 2-year mark, Lightfoot has yet to fulfill key campaign promises | White House sends Easter eggs to Chicago by Lisa Donovan 
Chicago Tribune  

April 2, 2021  
Red Line ‘L’ extension? New Lake Shore Drive? Biden’s jobs plan has Illinois and Chicago officials pushing infrastructure wish lists. by Bill Ruthhart, Alice Yin and Gregory Pratt 
Chicago Tribune  

April 2, 2021  
Five actions state and local leaders can take to prepare for autonomous vehicles by Nora Delaney  
Harvard Kennedy School  

April 1, 2021  
‘We Will’ city plan vaults into next phase to develop ‘processes’ for development, budget decisions by Alex Nitkin  
The Daily Line 

March

March 21, 2020  
Knitting for a cause: Tempestry Project fuses art and science to illustrate climate change by Jake Holland 
Medill Reports 

March 30, 2021  
Many Columbia students, business owners to be impacted by the CTA’s new modernization program by Anna Busalacchi  
The Columbia Chronicle  

March 29, 2021  
MarySue Barrett resigning after 25 years at planning group by David Roeder  
Chicago Sun Times  

March 29, 2021 
As Biden readies infrastructure plan, local officials urged not to 'squander' opportunities by Greg Hinz  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

March 29, 2021  
SUEZ CANAL ripple effect — POPULATION ups and downs — DUCKWORTH for president? By Shia Kapos  
Politico  

March 26, 2021  
Study: COVID-19 Cost Illinois Over $1 Billion in Transportation Infrastructure Revenues by Jessica Lombardo  
Construction Pros  

March 25, 2021  
Bronzeville, a hub of Black culture in Chicago, would become one of three National Heritage Areas in Illinois under plan in Congress by Alice Yin  
The Pantagraph  

March 24, 2021  
Bronzeville, a hub of Black culture in Chicago, would become one of three National Heritage Areas in Illinois under plan in Congress by Alice Yin  
Chicago Tribune  

March 24, 2021  
Rich Township Supervisor candidate Calvin Jordan has a plan to put the people first 
The Crusader 

March 19, 2021  
UIC Urban Forum to address wealth gap, equity concerns by UIC  
News wise  

March 17, 2021  
Most people in Chicagoland can access COVID vaccination sites via transit by Steven Vance  
Streetsblog Chicago  

March 15, 2021  
Susan Smentek: 2021 candidate for Elmhurst 1st Ward Alderman by Susan Smentek  
Daily Herald  

March 15, 2021  
Will County Seeks Input On Land Use For Developments by Abhinanda Datta  
Patch  

March 12, 2021  
In Focus: With the eyes of a nation on Evanston, the first step of the historic reparations program faces pushback by Jason Beeferman  
The Daily Northwestern  

March 11, 2021  
McKinley Park plan seeks to preserve affordability, make walking and biking safer by Courtney Cobbs  
Streetsblog Chicago  

March 11, 2021  
During pandemic, Illinois saw 27% jump in deaths, among worst in the US. One reason: There were two waves. By Joe Mahr  
Chicago Tribune  

March 11, 2021  
Residents Invited To Take 2nd Poll To Improve Southwest Highway by Lorraine Swanson  
Patch  

March 7, 2021  
Letter to the Editor: Equity for tollway fees by Erin Aleman  
Chicago Sun Times  

March 3, 2021  
MUST-SEE TV OF DEMOCRATIC POLITICS — HASTINGS EYES SOS SEAT — No. 4 ILLINOIS BLOWS OUT No. 2 MICHIGAN by Shia Kapos  
Politico  

March 1, 2021  
CloudKitchens traffic woes show the folly of food delivery by car by Courtney Cobbs  
Streetsblog Chicago  

February

February 28, 2020
Aurora looks for federal funding for road projects by Steve Lord
Chicago Tribune

February 27, 2021  
Even with a stadium, Arlington Park redevelopment likely to include other uses by Christopher Placek  
Daily Herald February 26, 2021  
Just 50 miles from Lake Michigan, groundwater is running out, leaving Illinois towns with a tough choice to make by Morgan Greene  
Chicago Tribune  

February 26, 2021  
More Illinois residents are turning to Lake Michigan for their drinking water. Climate change could add volatility to the supply. By Morgan Greene  
Chicago Tribune  

February 25, 2021 
Rebuild Illinois money to help fund development projects in Alsip, Calumet Park by Mike Nolan  
Chicago Tribune  

February 23, 2021  
Letter From the Editor: Let’s Celebrate the McKinley Park Neighborhood Plan by Justin Kerr  
McKinley Park News  

February 18, 2021  
Oswego National Ranking Expected to Bring Dividends by Mark Harrington  
WSPY News  

February 18, 2021  
KANE COUNTY LEADS BY EXAMPLE IN IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW ‘GREEN BUILDING’ POLICY  
Kane County Connects  

February 18, 2021  
In Transit: With fewer cars on the roads in 2020, why did more people die in crashes? By Marni Pyke  
Daily Herald  

February 15, 2021  
Algonquin, Cary collaborating to transform mining areas into recreational spots by Kevin Schmit 
Daily Herald  

February 15, 2021  
In Transit: With fewer cars on the roads in 2020, why did more people die in crashes? By rkprsmedia  
IL Transportation News  

February 13, 2021  
Neighborhood Plan Release Portends New Era of Development for McKinley Park by Justin Kerr  
McKinley Park News  

February 12, 2021  
Mayor Derrick Burgess Looking Forward To The Future; Lists Documented Accomplishments by Taylor Media  
Sauk Village Blog  

February 9, 2021  
Elmhurst seeks community input on new Metra station design by Graydon Megan  
Chicago Tribune  

February 8, 2021  
Chicagoland streets are getting deadlier. Can a new Regional Traffic Safety Agenda fix it? By Courtney Cobbs  
Streetsblog Chicago  

February 6, 2021  
OTL #747: Why is there a digital divide in Chicago?, One Illinois ceases publication, Illinois’ population loss by Mike Stephen  
WGN 720, Outside the Loop  

February 5, 2021  
Kane Co. One Of Few Regions In IL To See Population Growth: Study by Jason Addy  
Patch  

February 4, 2021  
Where Illinois Is Losing Population by Edward McClelland  
Chicago Magazine  

February 1, 2021  
CMAP Analysis: Deadly Crashes in Northern Illinois Actually Increasing During Pandemic by Rick Nagel  
Kane County Connects  

February 1, 2021  
Metra hints that it may eventually move to a less 9-to-5-focused train schedule by Steven Vance  
Streetsblog Chicago  

January

January 24, 2020

January 29, 2021  
This idea didn't make sense then—and it doesn't make sense now by Crain’s Editorial Board  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

January 29, 2021  
This NIMBY battle could be a turning point in more ways than one by Alby Gallun  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

January 29, 2021  
Politico Illinois Playbook Jan. 29 edition by Shia Kapos  
Politico Illinois  

January 28, 2021  
IL Has Lost More Residents Since 2010 Than All But 1 State by Dan Shalin  
Patch  

January 28, 2021  
Chicago's environmental sensor network is getting an upgrade by Ryan Johnston  
State Scoop  

January 28, 2021  
The Spin: Illinois population continues to drop, CMAP study finds by Lisa Donovan  
Chicago Tribune  

January 28, 2021  
While Illinois lost population over the past decade, four suburban counties grew, study shows by Sarah Freishtat  
Chicago Tribune  

January 28, 2021  
Planning Official Cites Lagging Economy And Immigration For Illinois’ Population Loss by Esther Yoon-Ji Kang  
WBEZ  

January 26, 2021  
Here's who's leaving—and coming to—Illinois by Greg Hinz 
Crain’s Chicago Business   

January 22, 2021  
Politico Illinois Playbook Jan. 22 edition by Shia Kapos  
Politico Illinois  

January 20, 2021  
We can look forward to a less muddy, better-connected Des Plaines River Trail by John Greenfield  
Streetsblog Chicago  

January 19, 2021  
Local Shop Brings Handmade Piñatas to Rogers Park by Rylee Tan  
Loyola Phoenix  

January 18, 2021  
20 Inland Port Cities That Are Making a Difference in the Supply Chain by Anthony Pignataro  
Global Trade  

January 12, 2021  
Dunkin’ drive-though at 35th/Archer station is a tragic waste of transit-friendly land by John Greenfield  
Streetsblog Chicago  

January 7, 2021 
New Dunkin' Drive-Through Coming to Archer and Leavitt by Justin Kerr 
McKinley Park News  

January 4, 2021 
South Side Weekly Examines 'Gradual Path' To $15 Minimum Wage by Jacqueline Serrato  
South Side Weekly  

January 4, 2021 
Chicago Teachers Double As Tech Help For Hispanic Families by Amaris E. Rodriguez 
WBEZ  

January 3, 2021  
Covid-19 Pandemic Likely Improved Your Commute to Work by Scott Calvert 
The Wall Street Journal  

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Media Coverage

Below are CMAP-related news stories from the current calendar year. See archived media coverage since 2010.

April

April 26, 2021  
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s by Sabrina Tavernise and Robert Gebeloff 
The New York Times  

April 23, 2021  
ComEd recognized for its green fleet by Chicago Area Clean Cities by Joe Koenig  
Daily Herald  

April 23, 2021  
Mamas Caucus Plans To Make Illinois The Most ‘Mama Friendly’ State In The Country by Dana Kozlov  
CBS Chicago  

April 21, 2021  
J-Hey and friends help a community heal by Jordan Bastian  
MLB  

April 21, 2021  
Village Board Discusses Priority Plan, Annexations by Andrea Arens  
The Vedette  

April 21, 2021  
ComEd Recognized for its Green Fleet by Chicago Area Clean Cities by Joe Koenig  
Patch  

April 20, 2021  
Long-range Kane County transportation plan envisions 43% population growth by James Fuller  
Daily Herald  

April 16, 2021  
Cook County Board Confirms Jennifer “Sis” Killen as First Female Superintendent of the County’s Department of Transportation and Highways  
Cook County  

April 16, 2021  
Daily News Briefs, April 16, 2021 
Toll Roads News  

April 16, 2021  
Flooding on the Fox: Fox Waterway Agency positioned to start catching up on dredging after insufficient pace on flood mitigation work by Sam Lounsberry  
Shaw Media  

April 16, 2021  

Regional Transportation Authority Chicago transit ridership survey reveals challenges for Chicago region in COVID’s wake by David C. Lester  
RT&S 

April 16, 2021  
Survey of Chicago region transit riders indicates potential challenges as pandemic eases by RTA  
Mass Transit  

April 15, 2021  
Ridership survey finds challenges for Chicago region after COVID  
Progressive Railroading  

April 15, 2021 
RTA survey: Most people who stopped commuting by transit during COVID plan to return by John Greenfield  
Streetsblog Chicago  

April 14, 2021  
Fairness of Redistricting Being Questioned by West Siders by Noah Johnson  
The Chicago Reporter  

April 14, 2021  
How Chicago Could Build Equity Into Transportation by Sandra Larson  
Next City  

April 14, 2021  
Regional Economic and Workforce Trends  
Business Ledger Book of Lists  

April 12, 2021  
Big Old McHenry-Quentin road project would change travel through southwestern Lake County by Mick Zawislak  
Daily Herald  

April 9, 2021  
Transportation Costs Are A Burden For Low-Income Chicago-Area Residents, Report Finds by Esther Kang  
WBEZ  

April 9, 2021  
Op-ed: One Central is a terrible deal for Illinois taxpayers by Brain Costin  
Chicago Tribune  

April 8, 2021  
Calvin Jordan Wins Rich Township Supervisors Race  
Chicago Defender  

April 7, 2021  
Why transportation costs hit low-income people hardest here by Greg Hinz  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

April 7, 2021  
CMAP seeks public input on Laraway Road plans by Bob Okon  
Herald-News  

April 7, 2021  
CAGTC names board members  
Progressive Railroading  

April 6, 2021  
State Rep, Thaddeus Jones Becomes First African American Mayor of Calumet City, Illinois. 
Chicago Defender  

April 6, 2021  
Howard Construction End In Sight As New Concrete Barrier Bike Lanes Installed by Tom Robb  
Journal & Topics  

April 5, 2021  
CMAP Hosts Laraway Road Public Input Opportunity And Virtual Public Information Meeting 
WJOL 

April 5, 2021  
Southland businesses, pushed to the brink during pandemic, call Cook County assistance vital by Bill Jones  
Chicago Tribune  

April 2, 2021  
The Spin: Local politicos put together wish lists as Biden pushes $2T infrastructure plan | At 2-year mark, Lightfoot has yet to fulfill key campaign promises | White House sends Easter eggs to Chicago by Lisa Donovan 
Chicago Tribune  

April 2, 2021  
Red Line ‘L’ extension? New Lake Shore Drive? Biden’s jobs plan has Illinois and Chicago officials pushing infrastructure wish lists. by Bill Ruthhart, Alice Yin and Gregory Pratt 
Chicago Tribune  

April 2, 2021  
Five actions state and local leaders can take to prepare for autonomous vehicles by Nora Delaney  
Harvard Kennedy School  

April 1, 2021  
‘We Will’ city plan vaults into next phase to develop ‘processes’ for development, budget decisions by Alex Nitkin  
The Daily Line 

March

March 21, 2020  
Knitting for a cause: Tempestry Project fuses art and science to illustrate climate change by Jake Holland 
Medill Reports 

March 30, 2021  
Many Columbia students, business owners to be impacted by the CTA’s new modernization program by Anna Busalacchi  
The Columbia Chronicle  

March 29, 2021  
MarySue Barrett resigning after 25 years at planning group by David Roeder  
Chicago Sun Times  

March 29, 2021 
As Biden readies infrastructure plan, local officials urged not to 'squander' opportunities by Greg Hinz  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

March 29, 2021  
SUEZ CANAL ripple effect — POPULATION ups and downs — DUCKWORTH for president? By Shia Kapos  
Politico  

March 26, 2021  
Study: COVID-19 Cost Illinois Over $1 Billion in Transportation Infrastructure Revenues by Jessica Lombardo  
Construction Pros  

March 25, 2021  
Bronzeville, a hub of Black culture in Chicago, would become one of three National Heritage Areas in Illinois under plan in Congress by Alice Yin  
The Pantagraph  

March 24, 2021  
Bronzeville, a hub of Black culture in Chicago, would become one of three National Heritage Areas in Illinois under plan in Congress by Alice Yin  
Chicago Tribune  

March 24, 2021  
Rich Township Supervisor candidate Calvin Jordan has a plan to put the people first 
The Crusader 

March 19, 2021  
UIC Urban Forum to address wealth gap, equity concerns by UIC  
News wise  

March 17, 2021  
Most people in Chicagoland can access COVID vaccination sites via transit by Steven Vance  
Streetsblog Chicago  

March 15, 2021  
Susan Smentek: 2021 candidate for Elmhurst 1st Ward Alderman by Susan Smentek  
Daily Herald  

March 15, 2021  
Will County Seeks Input On Land Use For Developments by Abhinanda Datta  
Patch  

March 12, 2021  
In Focus: With the eyes of a nation on Evanston, the first step of the historic reparations program faces pushback by Jason Beeferman  
The Daily Northwestern  

March 11, 2021  
McKinley Park plan seeks to preserve affordability, make walking and biking safer by Courtney Cobbs  
Streetsblog Chicago  

March 11, 2021  
During pandemic, Illinois saw 27% jump in deaths, among worst in the US. One reason: There were two waves. By Joe Mahr  
Chicago Tribune  

March 11, 2021  
Residents Invited To Take 2nd Poll To Improve Southwest Highway by Lorraine Swanson  
Patch  

March 7, 2021  
Letter to the Editor: Equity for tollway fees by Erin Aleman  
Chicago Sun Times  

March 3, 2021  
MUST-SEE TV OF DEMOCRATIC POLITICS — HASTINGS EYES SOS SEAT — No. 4 ILLINOIS BLOWS OUT No. 2 MICHIGAN by Shia Kapos  
Politico  

March 1, 2021  
CloudKitchens traffic woes show the folly of food delivery by car by Courtney Cobbs  
Streetsblog Chicago  

February

February 28, 2020
Aurora looks for federal funding for road projects by Steve Lord
Chicago Tribune

February 27, 2021  
Even with a stadium, Arlington Park redevelopment likely to include other uses by Christopher Placek  
Daily Herald February 26, 2021  
Just 50 miles from Lake Michigan, groundwater is running out, leaving Illinois towns with a tough choice to make by Morgan Greene  
Chicago Tribune  

February 26, 2021  
More Illinois residents are turning to Lake Michigan for their drinking water. Climate change could add volatility to the supply. By Morgan Greene  
Chicago Tribune  

February 25, 2021 
Rebuild Illinois money to help fund development projects in Alsip, Calumet Park by Mike Nolan  
Chicago Tribune  

February 23, 2021  
Letter From the Editor: Let’s Celebrate the McKinley Park Neighborhood Plan by Justin Kerr  
McKinley Park News  

February 18, 2021  
Oswego National Ranking Expected to Bring Dividends by Mark Harrington  
WSPY News  

February 18, 2021  
KANE COUNTY LEADS BY EXAMPLE IN IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW ‘GREEN BUILDING’ POLICY  
Kane County Connects  

February 18, 2021  
In Transit: With fewer cars on the roads in 2020, why did more people die in crashes? By Marni Pyke  
Daily Herald  

February 15, 2021  
Algonquin, Cary collaborating to transform mining areas into recreational spots by Kevin Schmit 
Daily Herald  

February 15, 2021  
In Transit: With fewer cars on the roads in 2020, why did more people die in crashes? By rkprsmedia  
IL Transportation News  

February 13, 2021  
Neighborhood Plan Release Portends New Era of Development for McKinley Park by Justin Kerr  
McKinley Park News  

February 12, 2021  
Mayor Derrick Burgess Looking Forward To The Future; Lists Documented Accomplishments by Taylor Media  
Sauk Village Blog  

February 9, 2021  
Elmhurst seeks community input on new Metra station design by Graydon Megan  
Chicago Tribune  

February 8, 2021  
Chicagoland streets are getting deadlier. Can a new Regional Traffic Safety Agenda fix it? By Courtney Cobbs  
Streetsblog Chicago  

February 6, 2021  
OTL #747: Why is there a digital divide in Chicago?, One Illinois ceases publication, Illinois’ population loss by Mike Stephen  
WGN 720, Outside the Loop  

February 5, 2021  
Kane Co. One Of Few Regions In IL To See Population Growth: Study by Jason Addy  
Patch  

February 4, 2021  
Where Illinois Is Losing Population by Edward McClelland  
Chicago Magazine  

February 1, 2021  
CMAP Analysis: Deadly Crashes in Northern Illinois Actually Increasing During Pandemic by Rick Nagel  
Kane County Connects  

February 1, 2021  
Metra hints that it may eventually move to a less 9-to-5-focused train schedule by Steven Vance  
Streetsblog Chicago  

January

January 24, 2020

January 29, 2021  
This idea didn't make sense then—and it doesn't make sense now by Crain’s Editorial Board  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

January 29, 2021  
This NIMBY battle could be a turning point in more ways than one by Alby Gallun  
Crain’s Chicago Business  

January 29, 2021  
Politico Illinois Playbook Jan. 29 edition by Shia Kapos  
Politico Illinois  

January 28, 2021  
IL Has Lost More Residents Since 2010 Than All But 1 State by Dan Shalin  
Patch  

January 28, 2021  
Chicago's environmental sensor network is getting an upgrade by Ryan Johnston  
State Scoop  

January 28, 2021  
The Spin: Illinois population continues to drop, CMAP study finds by Lisa Donovan  
Chicago Tribune  

January 28, 2021  
While Illinois lost population over the past decade, four suburban counties grew, study shows by Sarah Freishtat  
Chicago Tribune  

January 28, 2021  
Planning Official Cites Lagging Economy And Immigration For Illinois’ Population Loss by Esther Yoon-Ji Kang  
WBEZ  

January 26, 2021  
Here's who's leaving—and coming to—Illinois by Greg Hinz 
Crain’s Chicago Business   

January 22, 2021  
Politico Illinois Playbook Jan. 22 edition by Shia Kapos  
Politico Illinois  

January 20, 2021  
We can look forward to a less muddy, better-connected Des Plaines River Trail by John Greenfield  
Streetsblog Chicago  

January 19, 2021  
Local Shop Brings Handmade Piñatas to Rogers Park by Rylee Tan  
Loyola Phoenix  

January 18, 2021  
20 Inland Port Cities That Are Making a Difference in the Supply Chain by Anthony Pignataro  
Global Trade  

January 12, 2021  
Dunkin’ drive-though at 35th/Archer station is a tragic waste of transit-friendly land by John Greenfield  
Streetsblog Chicago  

January 7, 2021 
New Dunkin' Drive-Through Coming to Archer and Leavitt by Justin Kerr 
McKinley Park News  

January 4, 2021 
South Side Weekly Examines 'Gradual Path' To $15 Minimum Wage by Jacqueline Serrato  
South Side Weekly  

January 4, 2021 
Chicago Teachers Double As Tech Help For Hispanic Families by Amaris E. Rodriguez 
WBEZ  

January 3, 2021  
Covid-19 Pandemic Likely Improved Your Commute to Work by Scott Calvert 
The Wall Street Journal  

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