Oh, thank heaven, 7-Eleven

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By Dan Haley

Editor and Publisher

The 7-Eleven at Madison Street and Scoville is gone. Permanently closed, says the sign on the door. How can this happen?! And when Fenwick eventually reopens, where will its students buy their healthful snacks? What are the cops from the Austin District doing on their breaks?

There will be a new normal. So far it is lesser than.

Email: dhaley@wjinc.com Twitter: @OPEditor

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Regina Milkovich from Oak Park  

Posted: June 1st, 2020 3:30 PM

Luckily, the Sugar Beet Food Co-op is right down the street where healthy snacks are in great abundance!

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