Tuesday Jul 15
The Southtown Star
Chain of Medicare clinics expands into the south suburbs
Chicago-based Synergy Construction Group says it will spend more than $1.3 million to turn the 10,000-square-foot building at 3026 Burr Oak Ave. into its seventh Oak Street Health medical facility.
'The Dixmoor Five' case is back in the news, giving Gov....
Now that the Dixmoor Five case is in the news again, Gov. Pat Quinn has a great opportunity to take care of some unfinished business on his desk.
Lawyer in $40 million Dixmoor 5 case: False confessions 'An epidemic'
Henry Turner Jr., one of the attorneys for the Dixmoor 5, speaks at a news conference at the Dirksen U.S. Courthouse in Chicago.
$40 million settlement between 'Dixmoor 5' and Illinois State Police
Between them Robert Taylor, Jonathan Barr, James Harden, Shainne Sharp and Robert Veal served more than 70 years for a 1991 rape and murder they did not commit.
Settlement reached in suit filed by exonerated men
The attorneys for five men convicted and later exonerated of the 1991 rape and murder of a suburban Chicago girl, say a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed against Illinois State Police.
Nonprofit got state cash to help ex-inmates; critic calls 'fraud'
Thousands of state anti-violence grant dollars from Gov. Pat Quinn's scandal-tainted Neighborhood Recovery Initiative went to a south suburban nonprofit to help re-integrate freed teen and young adult prison inmates back into society.