Month: May 2017

CCNM May 29, 2017

By CCN • May 25, 2017 By: Brian J. Vickers        Recently, Shanice Tribblet sat down and had a one to one talk with Photojournalist Brian Vickers of CCNEWMEDIA. Shanice is the eldest child of Joan Tibblet; currently, Joan serving a 60-year prison sentence for the 1997 brutal murder of her daughter, 16-month old Oncwanique Tribblet. […]

CCNM May 29, 2017

 May 25, 2017 By: Brian J. Vickers                  It has been more than 16 years since Edward Shealy, along with 11 other jury members, voted to convict Jonathan Tolliver for the murder of Chicago Police Officer Michael Ceriale. Through Shealy’s Christian faith, over the years he’s found conviction in […]

CCNM May 23, 2017

SB 636 – Addiction treatment: advertising: payment. SUMMARY SB 636 addresses addiction treatment programs. Specifically, SB 636 would prohibit payments of rebates, refunds, commissions, preferences, patronage dividends, discounts, or other consideration, whether in the form of money or otherwise (otherwise known as “kickbacks”), as compensation or inducement for referring patients, clients, or customers to any […]

CCNM May 23, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 19, 2017 Gerardo Cardenas, AARP Illinois, 312-351-0228 Jim Chilsen, CUB , 312-513-1784 Abe Scarr, Illinois PIRG, 312-983-2789 AARP, PIRG, CUB CONCERNED PLAN TO END TRADITIONAL HOME PHONE SERVICE THREATENS TO CUT OFF SENIORS, FAMILIES FROM VITAL SERVICES LIKE 911 AT&T is pushing state legislation that would lead to the end of traditional […]

CCNM May 20, 2017

By Marcus Robinson, CCNM Photojournalist May 17th was yet another hot day in Chicago. While many were out and about, a young black male age 17 attempted to rob a hair salon on 68th and Perry Ave.in the Englewood community. However, things didn’t go as he planned, shots  were fired and when the gun smoke cleared, […]

CCNM May 20, 2017

Written by Marcus Robinson, CCNM Photojournalist            Ten years ago, on May 10th, 2007 Commander Ronald Holt and Fire Chief Annette Holt lives were forever changed. There only son, 16-year-old Blair Delane Holt was shot and killed by Michael Pace as he traveled on an eastbound #103 CTA bus.  Holt stood in defense […]

CCNM May 16, 2017

It was a great day for baseball on the south side of Chicago at Guarantee field, Sox fans filled the bleachers. Chicago White Sox VS. San Diego Padres played under the sunny blue skies with a mile breeze blowing softly. The Chicago White Sox Started the game off with a 1 nothing lead to San Diego.   It was during […]

CCNM May 9, 2017

Relationships will be the focus at Unity of Chicago South Spiritual Community, as the spring season moves into full bloom.  On Mother’s Day, May 14th, Rev R. Ken will present the first of a two part series, A Metaphysical Look at Dynamic Bible Couples.  The series will conclude during the following the Sunday Celebration on, […]

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