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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 2

    • Ald. Dowell: Lucas Museum Plan Doesn't Adequately Address, Traffic, Parking, Ped Issues (DNA)
    • Minor Red Line Derailment Near Granville on Halloween Spooks Riders (Tribune)
    • Editorial: High-Interest Car Title Loans Exploit Financially Struggling People (Sun-Times)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed 86-Year-Old Pedestrian in Bensenville Faces Charges (Herald)
    • 5th-Tallest Building in Chicago Would Have 506 Units, 598 Parking Spaces (DNA)
    • Hyde Parkers Worry That Hotel a 5-Minute Walk From Metra Won't Have Enough Parking (DNA)
    • MPC's Peter Skosey Talks With "Gridlock Sam" Schwartz About the Future of Cities
    • Trucking Logistics Firm Will Double Number of Chicago Employees Within 2 Years (Sun-Times)
    • With New Extension, Thorn Creek Trail Now Connects to Old Plank Road Trail (Tribune)
    • Block of Southbound Milwaukee Avenue Closed Today for Coyote Tower Hotel Project (DNA)
    • Ex-Couriers Are Opening BlackCat1 Bike Shop Along The 606 This Week (DNA)

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