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Massena Triad is hosting its fourth Senior Information Fair on May 24 at the Massena Community Center on Beach Street from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The featured events at the fair is the Red Cross Citizen Preparedness Course by James Cayey, Red Cross Chair and COAD member and emergency preparedness presentations by Michael R. Schwartz, Salvation Army Divisional Disaster Director and Rebecca Allen, MSW Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for SLC Public Health. Massena Fire Department will provide free smoke detectors and installation to seniors aged 65 and older. Vendors that have registered to participate at the fair... [Read More]
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The Salvation Army in the Quad Cities is changing its approach to helping homeless families by intervening earlier and trying to get them into permanent housing more quickly. [Read More]
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In video uploaded to YouTube, an Ohio man who had just shot a Salvation Army employee to death launched a manic rant that included shouting "F*ck Trump," while claiming "A life for a life." According to Cleveland.com, William T. Jones Jr. was sentenced to life in prison with ... [Read More]
The Salvation Army in the Quad Cities is changing its approach to helping homeless families by intervening earlier and trying to get them into permanent housing more quickly. Salvation Army Quad Cities coordinator Major Scott Shelbourn tells the Quad-City Times that families may be housed on an emergency basis at an... [Read More]
Morning headlines for Tuesday, May 22 Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, May 22: House moves ahead with vote to replace speaker despite Democrats' complaints; Cleveland approves plan to replace street lights and install cameras; Cuyahoga County is served another subpoena in ongoing investigation; Akron fire union settles with former treasurer who stole $385,000; Lima Company memorial back on display at the Statehouse; Akron boy shot his cousin with a handgun found in a kitchen cupboard; Cleveland man who shot Salvation Army worker sentenced to life without parole; Akron man starts online fundraiser for life-size LeBron James statue;... [Read More]
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A dumpster is seen Wednesday, May 21, 2018, behind the Salvation Army Thrift Store at 1306 E. Rancier Ave., in Killeen. [Read More]
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The Salvation Army of the Quad-Cities is changing the way it helps homeless families, part of a nationwide effort that officials hope will break the cycle of poverty and prevent... [Read More]
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The dumpster behind the Salvation Army Thrift Store on Rancier Avenue in Killeen is still a problem for local residents and store managers alike. [Read More]
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Griffin Campbell is currently serving a 15- to 30-year prison sentence after being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the 2013 building collapse. [Read More]
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Photo by Salvation Army Lieutenant John Cardenas prepares for a parking lot sale at the Salvation Army, 623 E. 3rd. St., The Dalles. The sale was in honor of Salvation Army Week, May 14-18. At left is a small-item donation drop box, which can be accessed at any time. Currently, the organization is working to establish a food pantry at the Wahtonka campus in The Dalles. [Read More]
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The Cascade Division of the Salvation Army is a lot more than red buckets and ringing bells at Christmastime, said Salvation Army Lieutenant John Cardenas. [Read More]
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The Salvation Army of the Quad Cities made a major announcement Monday, saying it plans to refocus assistance for the homeless. Instead of providing shelter at its Family Services Center in Davenport, the faith-based organization says it will work with families on preventing homelessness. "We will continue to help families with housing. But, instead of housing them in a shelter, run by The Salvation Army, we will utilize a community-based housing program, where we will provide rental assistance and case management to keep families in their own homes. We will work with local landlords, and... [Read More]
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Seven years after one of the deadliest tornadoes in U.S. history and the Salvation Army continues to provide relief efforts in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado killed more than 160 people and destroyed more than 7,500 homes and 500 businesses on May 22, 2011. According to the Salvation Army, it has spent a total of $8.3 million on relief efforts there. Public donations raised $6.5 million. Download the KFVS News app: iPhone | Android Immediately after the tornado ... [Read More]
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The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club Summer Camp offers 10 weeks of good times and learning for youths 5 through 17 years old June 11through Aug. 24. [Read More]
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Jones, who pleaded guilty in April to the entire 35-count indictment against him in a move that cut-off prosecutors' abilities to seek the death penalty against him, will spend the rest of his life behind bars. [Read More]
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A Cleveland man who fatally shot a uniformed Salvation Army worker carrying a Bible was sentenced Monday to life in prison without parole for what the judge called a "senseless act of random violence." [Read More]
A Cleveland man who fatally shot a uniformed Salvation Army worker carrying a Bible has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for what the judge called a "senseless act of random violence." Twenty-seven-year-old William Jones had pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and other charges in the Dec. 2 slaying of... [Read More]
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He admitted to killing 21-year-old Jared Plesec. [Read More]
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**Warning: This stream may cut out in the event that graphic video is shown during the sentencing** CLEVELAND, Ohio — The man accused of murdering a Salvation Army employee will be sentenced Monday. William Ted Jones, 27, pleaded guilty to aggravated murder, felonious assault, attempted murder, burglary and more. He faces a maximum sentence of life without parole plus 241 years. Jared Plesec, 21, was killed in the lobby of the Euclid Beach Villa Apartments on Dec. 2. Witnesses said... [Read More]
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A judge will sentence a man Monday morning for the murder of a Cleveland Salvation Army worker during a robbery. [Read More]
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