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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, September 22

    • Some speeding drivers say they received their first warning notice too late in the mail (CBS)
    • Big Marsh bike park’s new trails and environmental center now open (Block Club)
    • Garfield Green Line station redesign honored by state’s top architecture organization (Block Club)
    • Douglass Park residents say they won't be able to use the park for weeks after Riot Fest (Block Club)
    • Park district says it has ordered hundreds of life rings for pilot program (Tribune)
    • Grafitti artists from around the world turn drab SE Side viaducts into works of art (Block Club)
    • Avondale group hosts event to connect would-be business owners with property owners Saturday (Block Club)

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