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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 18

    • Chicago Makes It to the Next Round of Amazon's "Hunger Games"-Style HQ Competition (Sun-Times)
    • Activists Who Want an Obama Center CBA Shout Down Black Aldermen's Press Conference (Tribune)
    • After Oak Park Divvy Program Ended, Evanston Says It Plans to Extend Its Contract (Evanston Now)
    • Mother of Child Killed in 2017 CTA Bus/Car Crash Is Suing the Transit Agency (Sun-Times)
    • Man Charged With DUI After Driving Onto Lisle Metra Platform, Causing Car to Be Struck (Sun-Times)
    • 2nd Phase of Metra's Ravenswood Station Construction Plans Revealed (Sun-Times)
    • How to Have Your Say on Proposed Metra Fare Changes (Daily Herald)
    • LSNA Encouraging More Residents of Color to Attend Next Milwaukee Redesign Hearing (Active Trans)
    • Restoration of Cook County Hospital Could Begin This Summer (Curbed)
    • After Density Is Reduced Due to Community Feedback, Old Town Project Is No Longer a TOD (Curbed)
    • Bloomingdale Trail Advisory Council Meeting 1/30, 6:30 PM at Moos Elementary, 1711 N. California
    • Chicagoland Equity Summit Delegation Forming to Attend PolicyLink Event in Chicago on April 11-13

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