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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 17

9:22 AM CST on February 17, 2022

    • Police confirm missing Round Lake man boarded Metra train before his disappearance last month (LMS)
    • Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen members ratify new Metra contract (Progressive Railroading)
    • Metra is running MED trains overnight to keep overhead wires from accumulating ice (ABC)
    • The U. of C. Maroon newspaper looks at the current local and global cycling boom
    • Loyola Phoenix looks at Better Streets' #PlowTheSidewalks campaign for municipal sidewalk clearance
    • A look at the Bicycle Museum of America, founded in Chicago in 1997, now located in rural Ohio (Alive)
    • Final design renderings for Naperville downtown streetscape will be presented at February 22 meeting

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