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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 2

8:52 AM CDT on July 2, 2020

    • Lakeview residents hang out in public space "claimed" by wealthy homeowner (Block Club)
    • Chicago's urban campuses are grappling with social distancing (WBEZ)
    • Adventure park with tallest zipline tower on the continent to open in Chicago suburbs (NBC 5)
    • Far south side public housing residents kept in the dark on nearby toxic dump sites (Sun-Times)
    • More details on 13-year-old hit and run bicyclist victim in Ashburn (Block Club)
    • 15-year Avondale boy missing, last seen riding bicycle (Sun-Times)
    • Could free travel kits with sanitizer and masks make CTA riders feel more comfortable? (RE Journals)
    • Chicago construction keeps chugging along during pandemic (Bisnow)

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