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Today’s Headlines for Friday September 20

9:48 AM CDT on September 20, 2019

    • Hit-and-run van driver killed Lucinda Rondon-Stanley, 53, in Deerfield Friday, lawsuit filed (CBS)
    • After Beverly Zanko's death in Oswego last fall, residents want a more walkable downtown (Tribune)
    • Semi driver crashes into Dan Ryan median wall near Bridgeport, damaging overpass (Sun-Times)
    • Reilly introduces ordinance requiring multiunit buildings to accommodate electric car charging (Sun-Times)
    • New Evanston bike report explores connections with neighboring communities (Evanston Roundtable)
    • Students in Hobart, NW Indiana, will help design, construct and market a BMX bike park (Tribune)
    • Valparaiso University’s kinesiology club adopts a local bike trail (Tribune)
    • Students from Wheaton College sue for their right to proselytize in the Bean's plaza (Tribune)

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– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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