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Posted inCommunity

An Evening At The Hospitality Center

On a Friday night the temperature has dropped to a balmy 31 degrees and the volunteers open the doors at 7 p.m. to the emergency homeless shelter. There’s an order to what happens next at the Hospitality Center, 614 Main St., as the wind whips through the streets and across the façade of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church where the program is housed. Mattresses get […]

Posted inBusinessCommunityPolice and fire

Week In Review: Holiday Train, Child Neglect, And Homelessness

You were busy, we were busy. Here are our top most read stories from this week. Holiday Train Will Pull To Sturtevant Caledonia Couple Charged With Child Neglect Police: Gray Back In Custody For Performing Illegal Surgery Procedures Homeless And Working: “It’s Really Hard To Dig yourself Out” Man Accused Of Impersonating Police Officer, Enticing […]