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Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 14

    • CTA and Metra stations, Barrington, Naperville and other transportation projects get federal funding (Tribune)
    • Driver strikes hayride tractor in Kendall County, injuring 11, 3 seriously (ABC)
    • Oak Lawn village manager allegedly struck and critically injured Mark Berkshire, 48, fled the scene (ABC)
    • Motorist crashes into dental studio after shots fired in Lincoln Square  (CBS)
    • Suspect punched man on Red Line near Fullerton early this morning, stole his cell phone (Sun-Times)
    • City Council votes to make the Argyle shared street permanent (Block Club)
    • 100% affordable senior housing building proposed near Wilson/Pulaski in Albany Park (Block Club)
    • New murals under Fullerton 'L' stop explore DePaul's history (DePaulia)
    • Chris McAuliffe discusses his book “Cycling in Chicago November 13 at Earth Rider (Chainlink)

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Thanks for your support, and enjoy your autumn.

– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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