Kenosha business owners still in flux following 2020 riots

B & L Office Furniture manager Scott Carpenter looks at photos of the former store’s interior. The bronze urn sitting on the table was one of the few items that survived the fire.
B & L Office Furniture manager Scott Carpenter looks at photos of the former store’s interior. The bronze urn sitting on the table was one of the few items that survived the fire.
Kenosha business owners displaced by the violent protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake that left portions of the city burned to the ground last summer are still reeling from the aftermath more than…

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