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Mary Wisniewski
covers transportation for the Chicago Tribune. Author of Nelson Algren biography. Chicago Tribune Guild chief steward. R/Ts not an endorsement.
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Mary Wisniewski 7h
'Total destruction': Volunteers sift through ashes of Northern California wildfire via
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#BikeCHI 21h
So glad an arrest has been made in this horrible incident involving cyclists. Glad the community came together to get this done and glad is around to report on news like this.
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Mary Wisniewski 22h
“The Hideout should not only stay, it should be given landmark status,” ⁦
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 16
Replying to @ambernoelle
Aragorn -- during one of his solitary journeys in the wild.
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 16
Getting to know your turkey before dinner from ⁦
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 16
Buckle up: This Thanksgiving could be busiest for travelers in 13 years
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Market Urbanism Nov 16
“The complaint, filed by lawyers for the Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, contends aldermanic prerogative has been used for decades to block affordable housing in the city’s white neighborhoods.”
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 16
I do personal writing every day using a fountain pen. This article helps explain why:
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 16
Retweeting -- since this starts on Sunday. City plans memorial for traffic crash victims that will feature 132 pairs of shoes
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 16
The CTA Holiday Train returns next week. Here's how to ride.
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ProPublica Illinois Nov 14
Approved by Chicago City Council today: ✔️a pilot city sticker program designed to help low-income motorists avoid costly citations. ✔️a measure to wipe away some ticket debt for motorists who file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7. It's a start.
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 15
Pace approves budget with no fare hikes, some service cuts
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 15
Replying to @theurbanologist
I still have me "Let's get into it" t-shirt from my days at the Sun-Times.
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 15
Looks like it means business. Getting over a bug so no bike today.
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 14
You can track your clothing shipment, but not the processing of your rape kit. A law enforcement snafu. From ⁦
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 14
CTA board approves 2019 budget with no fare hikes, service cuts. also will have no fare hike next year.
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 14
CFO Jeremy Fine on the need for more state money: “We’ve pulled a lot of rabbits out of hats... but we’re really running out of rabbits here.”
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Mary Wisniewski Nov 14
CFO Jeremy Fine on the need for more state operating and capital funding: “We’ve pulled a lot of rabbits out of hats... and we’re really running out of rabbits here.”
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Chicago Tribune Guild Nov 14
"The initiative, say staffers, is driven by low pay and a sense of alienation that comes with working as part of such a large corporation; the newspaper is a unit of the Baltimore Sun Media Group, which is in turn part of Tribune Publishing."
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Chicago Tribune Guild Nov 14
Congrats to our colleagues at the brand new !
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