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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 1

    • Nearly 200 affordable housing units could be coming to west end of the Bloomingdale Trail (Block Club)
    • New study: Affordable housing is rapidly disappearing on the North Side (Block Club)
    • Details on judge's decision that UP is under no obligation to provide service on 3 Metra lines (Railway Age)
    • 4 people injured in crash at 87th and Ashland in Auburn Gresham (CBS)
    • CTA temporarily stops Red Line lead paint removal in Uptown after "clouds of dust" escape containment area (Block Club)
    • AARP Illinois bought an ad in the Sun-Times to publicize the Recyclery's artistic pothole-filling project
    • Cal's Angels members are biking 1,000 miles Mt. Rushmore to Chicago to raise money for kids with cancer (KEVN)

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