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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 22

    • Driver arrested for fatally striking Stephen Kennedy, 62, with truck in Lake Forest, leaving scene (Fox)
    • Large metal bolt falls from River North building under construction, hits pedestrian in head (Tribune)
    • From streetscape to pandemic to CTA rebuild, Asia On Argyle businesses fight to survive (Block Club)
    • Forum invites West Siders to share how they want to develop their neighborhoods (Block Club)
    • Developer wants to build residences, not offices after city lifts housing ban in part of Fulton Market (Block Club)
    • Illinois House committee tasked with reviewing monuments on state property holds first meeting (Capitol News)
    • A guide to Chicagoland bike trails (Red Tricycle)

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