Top Chicago news: Pastors upset by citations after church services; police volunteer at food pantry

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Pastors upset after police issue citations for violating state restrictions

Pastors at a pair of Chicago churches are upset after they were issued citations for continuing to hold services in violation of Illinois' stay-at-home order. The pastors were issued the citations by Chicago police after they held religious services with more than 10 people in attendance. 

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Harry Caray's restaurant has creative way to manage social distancing amid reopening

The Harry Caray's restaurant group has temporarily closed all locations in Chicago, Rosemont and Lombard due to the pandemic. But the restaurant wants to welcome patrons back in a fun way, with tons of cardboard cutouts of Harry.

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Police volunteer at Irving Park Community Food Pantry

The Irving Park Community Food Pantry continues to see a dramatic need for food since the pandemic. On Wednesday morning, they got help from the Chicago Police Department.

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