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Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 22

    • Program Offers Low-Income Home Owners Near 606 "Forgiveable" Loans for Maintenance (DNA)
    • A Battle Is Brewing Over Who Will Get the CTA's Next Big Rail Car Contract (Crain's)
    • Daniel Hertz Provides 4 Reasons Why the O'Hare Express Is a Really Bad Idea (Chicago)
    • City Plans to Take Over the Old Main Post Office & Find a New Developer (Crain's)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills a Woman, Injures a Man and a Boy in Pilsen (Tribune)
    • Driver Fatally Strikes Pedestrian in Norridge, Flees the Scene (Sun-Times)
    • CPS Teacher Charged With Misdemeanors After Injuring 2 Students in DUI Crash (Tribune)
    • Frustrated by 30-Minute Delay, Blue Line Passengers Exit Cars & Walk Down Tracks (DNA)
    • Plan Commission Approves Lathrop Redevelopment, Several Downtown High Rises (Curbed)
    • Moreno Calls the Inclusion of 400 Affordable Units in the Lathrop Plan a "Huge Victory" (DNA)
    • Court Strikes Down Lawuit Based on Creative Theory That Cabbies Are City Employees (Sun-Times)
    • The Mild Winter Means Fewer Potholes to Fix (Tribune)

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