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Today’s Headlines for Thursday August 20

9:00 AM CDT on August 20, 2020

    • Metra projects $682M in lost revenue amid COVID-19 ridership decline (Tribune)
    • Garfield Green plan aims to spur growth, maintain affordability on W. Side (Block Club)
    • Hit-and-run driver seriously injured male pedestrian in the 4400 block of West Lake (WGN)
    • Officers: Person stole squad car, crashed into parked vehicle in South Shore (ABC)
    • Historic Long Grove covered bridge hit twice in less than 1 week after lengthy rebuild (ABC)
    • Input sought for new plaza east of McDonalds at Lincoln and Western (Block Club)
    • Black-owned engineering firm Ardmore Roderick working on CTA, O'Hare projects (ABC)

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