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Today’s Headlines for Friday, December 10

9:13 AM CST on December 10, 2021

    • SBC reader Sam Brunson discusses his daughter's near-death biking experience with a reckless driver (Tribune)
    • Logan Square residents discuss the boulevard Slow Street and diverter pilot: good idea, sloppy execution (Block Club)
    • Metra is introducing new $6 day pass will be valid for unlimited rides within 3 zones beginning 2/1 (Tribune)
    • The city's first affordable housing geared towards Native Americans will be far from the 'L' (Block Club)
    • 3-building, 487-unit development centered around a public park rises near North/Clybourn stop (Block Club)
    • Indianapolis Recorder looks at Bike Lane Uprising's efforts bike light distribution efforts in Circle City
    • 2 murals painted in Hyde Park Metra viaduct, including a salute to Harold Washington's parakeets (HPH)
    • Virtual public meeting for South Chicago Commercial Avenue Corridor Improvement Project on 12/14
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