Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 8

  • Pilot of Prepaid Boarding Station for Loop Link Is Being Delayed Until Next Year (Tribune)
  • Crime Has Dropped Along CPS Safe Passages Routes (DNA)
  • Sterling Bay Is in “Advanced Talks” to Buy the Finkl Steel Site (Curbed)
  • The Wall Street Journal Calls The 606 “More Democratic” Than The Highline
  • Man Charged With Fatal Hit-and-Run at 95th/Vincennes Held on $250K Bail (Sun-Times)
  • Lisle Village Clerk Faces Upgraded Charges Based on Previous DUI Record (Tribune)
  • Police: Thieves Have Been Ambushing Red Line Commuters at Sox/35th (NBC)
  • New 3-Note Chimes Remind Metra Crews to Slow Down at Curved & Bridges (Tribune)
  • Free CTA Rides for First Day of School Today (ABC)
  • After Complaints About School Bus Company, Orland Park Is Replacing It for Some Routes (Tribune)
  • Meet Melissa Hulting, Founder of Bike & Walk Park Ridge (Tribune)
  • Park Ridge Mourns the Loss of a Tree That Stood in the Middle of a Street, Calming Traffic (Tribune)

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