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Today’s Headlines for Friday, March 26

    • City relaxing rules on outdoor dining, recreation, and events (Block Club)
    • Pedestrian killed in apparent hit-and-run in Washington Park (ABC)
    • CPD: 3 hurt, including 7-month-old boy, after speeding driver flips car in Englewood (ABC)
    • Man stabbed on Red Line near Washington is 2nd stabbing victim on line this month (ABC)
    • Driver crashes into building in Northfield, no serious injuries (CBS)
    • W. Humboldt neighbors, community orgs and police hosting safety walk Saturday (Block Club)
    • "Clean air" ordinance rejected by environmental groups gets city approval (Block Club)
    • CTA placed signs supporting businesses affected by Red station closures on people's yards (Block Club)
    • Latest version of Moody Bible plan near Chicago Brown stop includes more open space (Block Club)

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