Shootings have left two people dead and 17 wounded since Friday, police said.
A study to be released next week will begin the process of choosing a track path to 130th Street.
The church's founder, the Rev. Johnnie Colemon, brought the first mega church to the South Side.
The church will hold a special Mass Sunday.
The former mayoral candidate is raising $100,000 to help people facing modest bonds they cannot afford.
Runners in the city have been attacked at least three times since the start of September.
Shootings have left two people dead and seven wounded since Thursday, police said.
The Chicago Area Runners Association is planning a safety seminar after three recent attacks on women.
The Uptown resident now carries a shank because "the only person concerned for my well-being is me."
"This store, it just kind of has a different feel," said one shopper.
The shootings were on the South and West sides of the city, according to police.
The annual event was launched to built an artists' community in Beverly, according to a founder.
Removing up to 10 percent of the bobcat population is too much, activists say.
But she's still ready to fight: "I know bad words, too," she said at a Girl Talk event Tuesday night.
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