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Highland Park, a year later: Reclaiming a town, rebuilding resiliency, finding a voice

Chicago Tribune
June 30, 2023

Shane Selig often volunteered to help manage the Highland Park Independence Day parade, a typically low-stress job where the biggest threat to public safety occurred when people carelessly walked in front of floats or children darted into the street to grab poorly tossed candy.

These are the so-called dangers that weighed mostly heavily on his mind as he pedaled down Central Avenue on July 4, 2022. The parade had begun about 15 minutes earlier, bringing the usual mix of marching bands, local veterans and politicians that made it one of the most well-attended Fourth of July events along the North Shore.

That’s when Selig heard the pop.

Read more of Jake Sheridan, Angie Leventis Lourgos, Gavin Good and Stacy St. Clair's reporting in the Chicago Tribune.

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