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December 1, 2016 View email in browser

Winter parking ban: Where you can and can’t park

Chicago’s winter, on-street parking ban begins Dec. 1, 2016, and continues through April 1, 2017. Check our map to avoid having your car towed overnight.

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Big plans brewing for Lagunitas in Chicago

Lagunitas Brewing Co. has major plans in store for its Chicago brewery, such as creating a small concert venue, opening a rooftop bar and more than doubling its brewing output.

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Gov. Rauner lays out terms for temporary budget: Property tax freeze, term limits

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and legislative leaders are set to resume budget talks again as a stopgap spending plan is set to expire at year’s end.

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Shots fired at police during gun-buying sting: ‘Use caution! Block them in!’

Gunfire erupted after an undercover informant had handed over $1,500 cash to buy three handguns, Cook County prosecutors said.

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In case involving Indiana teacher, judges consider workplace protections for LGBT community

A federal court will consider arguments that protections under the 1964 Civil Rights Act should expand to cover LGBT workers.

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All-Star Game no longer determines World Series home-field advantage

As part of the changes for next year, baseball’s All-Star Game no longer determines who gets World Series home-field advantage and players in the All-Star Game will have incentive to play for a pool of money.

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Trump promised to repeal Obamacare, but it turns out Americans like most of it, a poll finds

Despite sharp partisan differences over the Affordable Care Act, Democrats and Republicans, including voters who backed President-elect Donald Trump, support the law’s key provisions.

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Riot Fest co-founder Sean McKeough dies at 42

Riot Fest co-founder and owner of Cobra Lounge Sean McKeough passed away at 42. Condolences have been circulating across various social media platforms.

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