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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, August 10

    • 4 Critically Injured in Crash Next to Millennium Park (CBS)
    • Chainlinker IDs a Hit-and-Run Driver Who Struck a Cyclist in the Loop This Morning
    • A Section of the Weber Spur Trail Has Been Constrcuted in Lincolnwood (The Chainlink)
    • Metra Closing 111th Street Ticket Office in Morgan Park (DNA)
    • The Magnificent Mile Inspires a Street Makeover in Dayton, OH (DDN)
    • Slow Roll Chicago's Jamal Julien Discusses the Group's Social Justice Mission on WGN
    • American Planning Association Leads a Bike Facilities Tour 8/19 3 PM at Wilson/Broadway
    • Slow Roll lead A Bike Ride for Peace 8/19 at 9 AM at BUILD Chicago, 5100 West Harrison
    • CTA Offering Free Rides to School for Kids on 9/5, the 1st Day of CPS Classes (WTTW)

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