New Details In The Death Investigation of Kenneka Jenkins
Mayor Emanuel’s Retail Thrive Zones program is bringing City services to your neighborhood. Representatives from multiple City of Chicago departments will be on-site to assist entrepreneurs and property owners with:
To be held Thursday, September 28, 2017 from 9am to 2pm at AAABNA at SANKOFA Cultural Arts & Business Center, 5820 West Chicago Ave. Representatives will be in attendance from the Department of Buildings, the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection and the Department of Public Health.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact; (312) 744-0757 Mary.O’Connor@cityofchicago.org, www.thrivezones.com.
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TLC’s T-Boz went on Instagram and spoke about the murder of her cousin Eddie Russell Jr. The 25-year-old was shot 18 times by police in Peoria Illinois. Russell Jr., who was mentally ill was accused of amed robbery at First Mid Illinois Bank and Trust. He had no prior arrests or run-ins with the law. T-Boz spoke at length about the killing on her post.” My Cousin Was Shot 18 Times Including the Face and Back of His Head! He Harmed NO ONE EVER! He Had Mental Health Issues AND THE COPS KNEW THAT! Anything he’s ever Done Was minor and NON VIOLENT! Eddie Russell Jr -A Human-Being -A Son- Brother-Friend-Nephew – Cousin-HUMAN!”she said. To read more about this click here.
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