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    • Editorial: New $180M State/Lake CTA station would be a boon to downtown — and the city (Sun-Times)
    • Police release image of truck whose driver injured cyclist at Madison/Kostner (NBC)
    • Over $2.5 million earmarked for Lake County bike paths and sidewalks (IL Senate Democrats)
    • Elmwood Park purchases lot near Metra station, hopes to see it developed (Tribune)
    • After much discussion, Northbrook Days fest finds new home near downtown Metra station (Tribune)
    • Sun-Times columnists Mary Mitchell and Neil Steinberg endorse DuSable Drive
    • Ojibwe artist Andrea Carlson on the need to uplift DuSable's Potawatomi wife Kitihawa (Sun-Times)
    • A good problem to have: Cubs fans biking to game leave a huge pile of Divvy bikes (Sun-Times)

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