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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 29

    • City of Chicago announces series of budget engagement forums, seeking input on spending COVID stimulus cash
    • CTA opens office at 5137 N. Broadway to answer questions about Red Line construction (Block Club)
    • Man charged with DUI after running stoplight, killing girl, 6, in car near near Plainfield (Sun-Times)
    • Hit-and-run BWM driver seriously injured woman, 62, walking in North Lawndale (ABC)
    • Woman arrested after stabbing CTA worker who accidentally sprayed her while cleaning State/Lake Red stop (ABC)
    • Poll: Lincoln Ave. neighbors want fewer cars, more space for walking and biking (Block Club)
    • Block Club looks at the plan for bike lanes on Armitage from Laramie to Western
    • New Chicago Architecture Foundation exhibit honors fallen cyclist Helmut Jahn
    • Chicago Family Bike Fest takes place this Saturday 10 AM -2 PM at 3120 N. Greenview in Lakeview
    • Roscoe Village Kidical Mass ride this Sunday 10 AM leaving from Audubon Elementary 3500 N. Hoyne

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