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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 22

9:24 AM CDT on March 22, 2021

    • After driver fatally strikes Kawantis Robinson, 5, in Englewood, family honors him with balloon launch (NBC)
    • One dead, another injured after several motorcyclists crash in Lake in the Hills (CBS)
    • Male driver dies in Arlington Heights high-speed crash (CBS)
    • Hundreds gather for ‘Stop Asian Hate’ march at Logan Square monument (Tribune)
    • Loop Alliance: Downtown pedestrian traffic has seen a "big surge" recently (CBS)
    • Brown argues, again, that Montrose getting meters – like almost every S. Side beach – is unfair (Sun-Times)
    • 8.7K+ people have signed Chicago Area Running Association's petition against meters at Montrose
    • Many residents of Logan's upscale TOD towers have moved out during the pandemic (Block Club)
    • Metra names Kevin McCann chief operating officer (Progressive Railroading)
    • ATA forum on future of suburban transit this Wednesday

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