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Solomon Jones writes that the shooting of Police Officer Jesse Hartnett must be investigated thoroughly to determine if mental illness played a role in the actions of Edward Archer, 30, who claimed he shot the officer out of allegiance to ISIS.

Come and learn more about local businesses this Tuesday at The Enterprise Center! Be sure to vote for your favorite Mind Your Business “alum” — the winner will receive a great Business Prize Package to accelerate their growth!

If passed, House Bill 1538 would block the release of the identity of police officers involved in shootings while the incident is being investigated.

This week’s Mind Your Business features “Got Laundry?” — a laundromat run by husband-wife team Takiyah Green and Ray Wall. Stay tuned to WURD for more about their business growth plans!

This week’s Mind Your Business features Zurifab Fashion Boutique, a unique mobile business that brings fashion to you wherever you are. The challenge? Moving to the next level.

WURD family, here’s the latest edition of Mind Your Business, where Solomon Jones speaks with Aisha Al Muid of Miss Mahogany Boutique. Be sure to tune in every other Thursday for more Mind Your Business!

Hope 4 Philly will feature free food, carnival games, face painting, gospel ministry, free haircuts and employers who will be on-site hiring people! Don’t miss it!

WURD family, here’s the latest edition of “Mind Your Business,” where Solomon Jones speaks with Mike Monroe of Philadelphia’s ESPM Hair Zone barber shop. Tune in Thursday morning to hear about Mike’s dreams to turn his business into a chain.

Check out the latest “Mind Your Business” segment on Wake Up With WURD! Solomon Jones spoke with Phyllis Carter, the owner of Philadelphia’s A Part of Me consignment shop, about her road from tragedy to triumph.


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