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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 7

9:01 AM CST on March 7, 2022

    • CTA statement acknowledges it's assigning unarmed guards to patrol hot spots at certain times of day
    • Experts say downtown could see activity jump in April as more workers return to the offices (Sun-Times)
    • Driver, 16, dies after striking traffic signal pole on 6-lane Butterfield Road near Orchard Road in Wheaton (NBC)
    • $3.7M awarded to man who suffered arm injury after construction vehicle driver struck him on sidewalk (Law Bulletin)
    • Cook County DOT gave Sauk Village $100K for engineering study of Sauk Trail and Torrence Avenue (Patch)
    • Kane County Chronicle: Miles of improvements await Kane County bicyclists this spring
    • Mount Prospect wants to create a tax increment financing district partly to fund bike-ped infra (Real Deal)
    • Carnegie Elementary in Woodlawn wins grants for free bikes, helmets for kids, will teach safety classes (Block Club)
    • $38 million project would bring 71 units of mixed-income housing to 44th/Cottage in Bronzeville (Block Club)

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