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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 22

8:57 AM CDT on July 22, 2021

    • Nearly 700 people applied for 50 apartments in Logan all-affordable TOD (Block Club)
    • Metra says its ridership is growing, with over 70,000 riders a day are using its trains this month (Sun-Times)
    • 2 men are in critical condition after driver crashes into Belmont Cragin storefront (Sun-Times)
    • Police release image of jeep who's driver injured pedestrian, 61, in Park Manor and fled (CBS)
    • Man stabbed on Damen bus in Logan Square in 2nd stabbing incident on CTA property in one day (Sun-Times)
    • Big warehouse proposed across from Goose Island, which is poised to become residential (Crain's)
    • Arlington Heights launches public art competition for Kensington pedestrian underpass (ABC)
    • Mundelein hosted local Intelligentsia Cup race on Monday (Tribune)
    • This weekend's Sundays on State will feature karaoke, music, and vaccinations (Block Club)

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