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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 25

9:03 AM CST on February 25, 2016

    • CMAP Gets Ready to Launch the ON TO 2050 Plan (Delayed Until Next Wednesday) (WTTW)
    • After Years of Complaints About Scant Service, Metra Is Adding a Run to Heritage Line (CTJ)
    • Despite Judge's Ruling, City Won't Be Refunding Cam Tickets Any Time Soon (DNA)
    • TransitCenter: Why Can't CHI & NYC Transit Catch Up to Where Rest of World Was Years Ago?
    • The City Has Saved a Bundle on Snow Clearance Expenses Due to Mild Winter (Sun-Times)
    • Security Footage Shows Driver Who Killed Christopher Sanchez Was in a Silver SUV (DNA)
    • Cahill: The City Is Doing the Right Thing by Taking Over the Old Post Office (Crain's)
    • Metra Hopes $4M Marketing Contract Will Lead to 10K More Riders Per Day (Sun-Times)
    • Women Discuss the Challenges & Opportunities Facing Female Cyclists (Medill)
    • Bank Exec: Ride-Share Is Killing the Market for Chicago Taxi Medallions (Crain's)
    • What Lincoln Square Looked Like Before Lincoln Ave. Was Reconfigured (DNA)
    • Refuge From Eritrea Opens a Doughnut Shop Beneath the Bloomingdale Trail (DNA)

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