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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 16

    • Metra board approves CEO salary bump, going from $305,000 to $314,200 (Tribune)
    • Uptown school getting new playground and nature walk (Block Club)
    • Country's largest aircraft mechanic school opens in McKinley Park (REjournals)
    • Driver hits officer directing traffic in the South Loop (CBS 2)
    • Chicago photographer Andrew Michaels unveils project that salutes CTA workers (Fox 32)
    • Avondale artists and businesses hosting pop-up event in parking lot (Block Club)
    • The school bus driver shortage means longer routes and late students (CBS 2)
    • A bigger look at the supply chain issues affecting distribution channels (Bloomberg)

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