Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 25

  • Little Village community leaders and merchants discuss why they’re not doing a Cafe Street (Block Club)
  • Randolph Cafe Street is still in the works after all, possibly launching this weekend (Block Club)
  • Community leaders say they’re excited about the upcoming outdoor seating in Chinatown Square (ABC)
  • Family of Chicago cop killed in fiery crash accuses city, CPD of cover-up (WGN)
  • Bike Palatine Club blog offers safety tips, route options (Herald)
  • 61st Street farmers market reopens with hours set aside for seniors, vulnerable people (Block Club)
  • Black Rides for Black Lives does a bike protest for CPD reform, meeting 4 PM Saturday in Union Park

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