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Today’s Headlines for Friday, May 27

    • Chicago and suburban Cook County have moved into High COVID Community Level (City of Chicago)
    • Lonely Planet has published a guide to visiting Chicago on a budget and getting around by L
    • Local public health officials advise residents mask up on transit and in other public spaces (Sun-Times)
    • The South Side's beloved dancing crossing guard is facing eviction (Block Club)
    • The Sun-Times has released a feature story/photo essay on the community in Rogers Park
    • Oak Park coalition aims to get everyone housed (Crain's)
    • Man charged in deadly Clinton Blue Line station stabbing (CBS 2)
    • Metra restores full Saturday service on seven lines, adjusts UP Northwest schedule (Trains)
    • Retired Army colonel plans 1,700-mile bicycle trip to honor soldiers who died under his command (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
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