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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 15

    • Woman shot among 4 injured in fiery crash with street sweeper in Portage Park (ABC)
    • TOD with 80 units, 64 affordable, pitched for City Lit site near Logan Blue stop (Block Club)
    • Relatively parking-lite development planned for Near West Side, neighbors complain (Block Club)
    • Residents push back on Welles Park night baseball proposal, citing traffic, parking concerns (Block Club)
    • Huge, largely unmasked crowd marches for school reopening in Naperville (Tribune)
    • Lightfoot quietly allowed the plumbers union to die the river green again (Block Club)
    • Beer company's giveaway of 50 bikes in Chicago makes national news (Tribune)

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