CHICAGO (CBS) — Ald. Stephanie Coleman held the 16th Ward’s annual Valentine’s Appreciation Luncheon Saturday, with a tribute to local female military veterans and seniors. The event was held at the Great Hall at Kennedy King College, at 740 W. 63rd St. in Englewood. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and other officials stopped by to say “welcome” and thank the veterans for their service. The ladies were treated to a lovely buffet lunch and some great tunes from a live band, which performed, among other numbers, a cover of The Temptations’ classic “My Girl.”
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16th Ward Ald. Stephanie Coleman joins Anna to talk about the shooting of Chicago police officer Ella French. Ald. Coleman talks about what people in her ward are saying about this crime and other crime in Chicago, what needs to be done to combat the rise in crime and why there is a need to invest in underserved communities.
Chicago Ald. Stephanie Coleman addresses vaccine distribution efforts, delayed mail delivery, fight against carjackings
Chicago Alderman Stephanie Coleman addresses vaccine distribution efforts, delayed mail delivery, fight against carjackings with ABC 7 Chicago. Discussing everything from vaccine distribution, delayed mail delivery to the fight against carjackings, 16th Ward Chicago Alderman Stephanie Coleman joined ABC 7 Chicago live Tuesday morning.