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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Ran Red, Killing Another Motorist, Charged With Felony (Tribune)
    • Storms Disrupt 'L' Service, Knock Metal Canopy onto 3rd Rail Near Medical Center (Tribune)
    • Newly Opened Halsted Bridge by Blue Line Includes a Mid-Block Crossing (DNA)
    • Metra Koan: If a Tree Falls & No One Hears It, Does It Still Disrupt Service? (Sun-Times)
    • Congress Theater Overhaul Could Include Replacing Parking Lot With Residences (Curbed)
    • An Update on the Belmont/Western Viaduct Replacement Project (DNA)
    • Homeowner Turns Empty Englewood Lot Into a "Peace Garden" (DNA)
    • Tips For Enjoying the Lakefront Trail With Small Children (Chicago Parenting)
    • Meet the Saxman Who Has Brought Music to the Barry Underpass for Decades (Tribune)
    • John Discusses Divvy's Expansion Into the West Side on Outside the Loop Radio
    • Next "Activate" Alley Party 8/5 in Couch Place Will Focus on Vision (Loop Alliance)

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