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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 16

    • Obama Foundation Discusses Why Cornell Drive Should Be Pedestrianized, Other Issues (Crain's)
    • As Wilson Men's Hotel, Next to 'L' Stop Closes for Renovations, a Look at Chicago SROs (Tribune)
    • Holy Name Lot Redevelopment Deal Now Includes Widening Chicago Ave. Bridge (Curbed)
    • Driver Charged With Aggravated Fleeing After Police Chase, Crash in East Garfield (Sun-Times)
    • 1 Hurt During Incident in Amtrak Railyard at Union Station (Tribune)
    • Mechanical Issues Delayed BNSF Trains Monday Morning (Sun-Times)
    • Daily Herald: Timbuk2 Opens "1st Midwest Store" in Rosemont (There's Already One in Chicago)
    • 2nd City Cycle Swap 2/11, 11 AM-6 PM, at Co-Prosperity Sphere, 3221 S. Morgan

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