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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, December 23

8:59 AM CST on December 23, 2021

    • CPS prepared to switch to remote in least-vaccinated areas if classroom cases spike (Block Club)
    • Driver who died after striking stopped semi in N. Chicago IDed as entrepreneur Slobodan Pavlovic, 83 (LMS)
    • Mother facing DUI charges after 6-year-old son ejected in Oak Lawn crash (NWI Times)
    • Demo begins just S. of Lake/Ashland station with 210 units, 32 affordable (YIMBY)
    • 43-story tower rising near Morgan station with 300 units, 60 affordable, 75 car spots (YIMBY)
    • What's going on with the Clarence Darrow Bridge in Jackson Park? (Hyde Park Herald)
    • Plastic igloos installed along Argyle to help businesses survive another pandemic winter (Block Club)
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