Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 26
- Man police fired at on The 606 during the morning rush charged with felonies (Tribune)
- Advocates for reopening Racine Green stop are collecting stories about it (Block Club)
- Parts of Broadway, Sheffield in Lakeview will be Cafe Streets again (Block Club)
- How return of earmarks could affect Illinois transportation (Daily Herald)
- Ald. Pat Dowell’s proposal to license bikes cited in Bloomberg article on why it’s a bad idea
- Man charged after assaulting woman on Blue Line train near Oak Pak (ABC)
- Man wielding ax on Blue Line in Jefferson Park arrested “without incident” (Tribune)
- City plans to turn West Humboldt Park bank into affordable housing (Block Club)
- ABC checks out Bronzeville’s Boxville, home to a bike shop in a shipping container
- Military family surprised with new bikes, a thank you for service on South Side (WGN)
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