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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, August 27

9:10 AM CDT on August 27, 2020

    • Marz brewing owner’s BLM display smashed by ‘jagoffs’ outside Bridgeport art gallery (Block Club)
    • City of Chicago will conduct "public safety drill" downtown this evening, disrupting traffic
    • Carjacking and chase ends in rollover crash on the Stevenson (CBS)
    • What the city, park district are doing to shore up infra along lakefront and beyond (WTTW)
    • Albany Park restaurants owners haven't been able to agree on a Cafe Streets plan (Block Club)
    • Schaumburg celebrates National Bike Month with solo and socially-distanced events (Herald)
    • Extension of the Singing Sands Trail in Michigan City is about 95% complete (SBT)

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