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    • Cubs Agree to Add Parking Near Wrigley; Anti-Parking Petition Circulates (Tribune)
    • CTA Blames Weather for Drop in February Bus Ridership (RedEye)
    • 46th Ward Participatory Budgeting Expo Incudes Innovative Bike/Ped Projects (Transitized)
    • CTA to Roll Out "Ventra Mobiles" to Educate Public (Tattler)
    • CDOT Works to Reduce the Frequency of Pavement Openings (Tribune)
    • Man Charged With Running Over Girlfriend in Clearing (Tribune, Sun-Times, DNA)
    • 1 Dead, 1 Hurt in Back of the Yards Crash (Tribune)
    • Two Paramedics Injured in Crash With School Bus (Tribune)
    • Man Attacks Parking Attendant in Rogers Park After His Car is Booted (DNA)
    • 2 Sections of Prairie Path to Close for Gas Line Work (Sun-Times)
    • A Ride on the Elston Protected Bike Lane (LGRAB)

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