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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 26

    • CHA Plans to Develop Former Ickes Homes Site, Next to Cermak Green Line Stop (Curbed)
    • Last Segments of the Chicago Riverwalk Expansion Are Now Open (Chicagoist)
    • Active Trans Looks at the Plan to Integrate Divvy With the Ventra System
    • Lawmakers: CSX Offers "Same Old Excuses for" Railroad Blockages in 19th Ward (DNA)
    • New Artwork at Diversey Station Will Focus on the Immigrant Experience (DNA)
    • People Who Try to Resell Parking Permits for World Series Can Lose Permit Privileges (DNA)
    • Unlike Some Urban Ballparks, Cubs & Cleveland Stadiums Create Vibrant Street Life (Crain's)

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