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9:08 AM CDT on October 7, 2014

    • Divvy Introduces Discounted Student Memberships (Sun-Times)
    • Jeff Park NIMBYs Grouse That P-Streets Would Create Parking Crunch (DNA)
    • Hyde Parkers Brainstorm Ideas for a More Livable 55th Street (DNA)
    • Victims of Out-of-Control Driver Included Nuns Who Served at a Hospital (Tribune)
    • Theater Community Honors Actress Killed by Falling Tree on N. Branch Trail (Tribune)
    • After Closure for Byrne Interchange Work, Morgan Street Bridge Reopens (DNA)
    • Arlington Heights Is Seeking Public Input for Bike and Ped Plan (Tribune)
    • Ventra Is Not Living Up to Its Potential for "Flexible, Convenient Amenities" (RedEye)
    • Pedicabbers Continues to Fight Against Loop Ban (Reuters)
    • Loyola Launches Online Survey to Name New Pedestrian Plaza (DNA)
    • Tribune Publishes a Hilarious "Get Off My Lawn" Bikelash Piece, Chicagoist Responds

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