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Today’s Headlines for Friday, February 19

  • Inexplicable: No Charges for Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Woman on Golf Road (Tribune)
  • Driver Crashes Into Roselle Pizzeria, Killing a 53-Year-Old Man Inside (Sun-Times)
  • Homicide Trial Starts for Drunk Driver Who Killed Man Who Tried to Stop Him (Tribune)
  • Will Plan to Help Low-Income Nabes Via Downtown Density Bonuses Lead to Less TOD? (Crain's)
  • $1.25M Federal Grant Awarded for 95th St. Railroad Grade Separation Design (Dick Durbin)
  • How to Lobby Your Alderman for Walking & Biking Infrastructure (Active Trans)
  • Howard Learner: Chicago Should Take Steps to Encourage Electric Vehicle Use (Tribune)
  • Fire on BNSF Tracks in Hinsdale Halts Trains, Blocks Intersection (Tribune)
  • Ricketts Says European Town Squares Are the Inspiration for His Wrigley Plaza Plan (Sun-Times)
  • Broad Lawns, Narrow Minds & Blue Bikes: Oak Park Purchasing 13 Divvy Stations (Tribune)
  • 93-Year-Old Evanston Resident Discusses His Career as a Pullman Porter (Tribune)
  • Pace Is Holding 5 Public Hearing in the 'Burbs this Month (Herald)

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