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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, November 11

9:32 AM CST on November 11, 2021

    • Sun-Times editorial endorses proposal to widen the Eisenhower Expressway
    • Chicagoland road builders are licking their chops at the prospect of more infra bill-funded biz (Crain's)
    • New 7000 Series railcars spotted on the Brown Line (RTA Memes)
    • Leaders of Black and Latino caucuses endorse proposal for majority-Asian ward in Chinatown (Block Club)
    • Man honored after pulling senior from car stuck on Metra tracks before Sugar Grove crash (ABC)
    • Barrington's Metra station gets a new roof, additional access for drivers from Route 14 (Tribune)
    • Rogers Parkers want park named for Pollard family, neighborhood’s 1st Black residents (Block Club)
    • Is a major motivation for Chicago's street cleaning program revenue for parking tickets? (Reader)
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