2 People Stabbed in Manteno – Kankakee Podcast News 3/22/24

Exploring the Heart of Kankakee: A Weekly Update

It’s time for another edition of Kankakee Podcast News, where we bring you the latest headlines and highlights from our vibrant community. Sponsored by Nana’s Bakery and Cakes, this week’s episode is packed with updates on everything from local news to upcoming events.

Local News Recap

In this episode, host Jake LaMore covers a range of local news stories that have been making waves in our community. From incidents like the Manteno stabbing to the apprehension of individuals with firearms in Kankakee, we keep you informed about the latest developments impacting our neighborhoods. It’s essential to stay in the loop about what’s happening in our area, and Kankakee Podcast News has you covered.

Community Updates

We also delve into some significant updates affecting our community, including the outcomes of the recent Illinois Primary Election. Learn about the winners and noteworthy results from the ballot as we shine a spotlight on the democratic process in action.

Additionally, we discuss local governance dynamics, such as Bradley’s decision to end its association with the Kankakee County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Bourbonnais’s stance on the state grocery tax. These decisions have implications for our community, and we break down what they mean for residents.

Upcoming Events

Looking ahead, we highlight some exciting events happening in the Kankakee area. From the launch of a new podcast by a local eating psychology coach to community gatherings like Spring Fling and an Easter Egg Hunt, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Plus, we provide details on live music performances, family-friendly activities, and more to help you plan your weekend.

Don’t Miss Out!

Make sure to tune in to Kankakee Podcast News for all this and more. Subscribe to our podcast to stay updated on future episodes, including our upcoming interview with Bourbonnais resident and author, Amy Kemp, about her latest book, “I See You.”

Thank you for being part of our community and for tuning in to Kankakee Podcast News.

Until next time, take care and have a great weekend!

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