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Cafe Cito in Hampden to close this weekend

Cafe Cito will serve its last sammies on Saturday. The Hampden BYOB cafe will close its doors this weekend after nearly three years in business. Located at 3500 Chestnut Ave., the cafe's last day of service will be March 25, according to posts on its website and social media pages. Cafe Cito opened...

String of armed robberies reported near Charles Village, Oakenshawe, Hopkins police say

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