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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 16

    • Grants for Chicago Infrastructure Will Be Harder to Come By Without Obama (Crain's)
    • Rail Union Rejects Agreement on CTA Jobs Program for Ex-Offenders (Tribune)
    • 5 Suffer Non-Life-Threatening Injuries After Driver Crashes Into Barbershop, Flees (CBS)
    • Police Conducted a DUI Crackdown in the Chicago Lawn District Last Weekend (DNA)
    • After a Delay, Montrose Green TOD Project Is Back on Track (Crain's)
    • Winter Biking Is on the Rise In Chicagoland (Tribune)
    • A Dog Day on the CTA: Red Line Rerouted Due to Canine on the Tracks (CBS)
    • Public Meeting on Proposed TOD at 3647 N. Southport Tonight 7 PM at Mercury Theater
    • Burke Gets a Temporary Reprieve From His Chilly Fate: "Bike the Ice" Moved Back to 1/27

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