#The Salvation Army

DEVELOPING: Crews battle large structure fire near Wausau

Crews from at least three fire departments were called Monday to a report of a large structure east of Wausau that was engulfed in flames. At 2:40 p.m. Monday, crews from Ringle, town of Easton and town of Wausau were paged to the blaze at 226167 Gavitt Street near Guzman Road in Ringle after reports that large flames were seen shooting out of a large building. About 45 minutes later, crews from Kronenwetter were also paged to the property, north of Hwy. 29 near County Hwy. J.
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House fire leaves family homeless

At approximately 4: 30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 19, Bainbridge Public Safety responded to a fully engulfed structure fire on Avenue C. According to Fire Chief Doyle Welch, the officers were able to fully extinguish the flames, but the structure was deemed a total loss. Initial reports indicate the fire...
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US News and World Report

More Than 1,600 Donated Coats Delivered to Afghan Refugees

EDINBURGH, Ind. (AP) — More than 1,600 coats donated by the Salvation Army have been delivered to Camp Atterbury in southern Indiana as part of the effort to provide warm clothing and other essential items to Afghan refugees. Soldiers from the Indiana National Guard collected and delivered the coats Friday...
St. Augustine Record

Home Again looking for new home to serve most vulnerable in St. Augustine

Home Again, a nonprofit serving the local homeless population, no longer has a home base of its own. On Oct. 17, the group turned over the keys to a cluster of mobile units it operated at a St. Johns County-owned site on State Road 207. Staff put most of the organization's supplies — like toiletries, cleaning supplies and food service items — in a storage unit.

Salvation Army could sell Hialeah property to developer

The Salvation Army could sell its facility in Hialeah to a developer. The City Council will consider a land use amendment for the 4.9-acre site at 7450 W. Fourth Ave. on Oct. 26. The nonprofit has agreed to sell the property to Miami Lakes-based Prestige Builders Construction, an affiliate of Prestige Cos. It currently has a 38,666-square-foot Salvation Army facility built in 1973.

Salvation Army's Adopt-a Family registration is now open

OMAHA, Neb. (KPTM) — Salvation Army helps to provide Christmas gifts for hundreds of thousands of children each year across the U.S., according to the Salvation Army's website. Part of the process of getting gifts to those in need includes their Adopt-a Family program. The program is open for registration...

Gates Police Chief: 70 catalytic converters stolen since May

Rochester, N.Y. — There is a rise of catalytic converter thefts in Monroe County in 2021. In the town of Gates, 70 have been reported stolen since May. A bill passed by Monroe County lawmakers, aimed at curbing thefts, was vetoed by County Executive Adam Bello. But police and victims are desperate for a solution.
Victoria Advocate

Salvation Army of Victoria County now accepting Angel Tree applications

For Christmas each year, the Salvation Army Angel Tree program gathers and distributes toys and clothing for underprivileged children and special needs clients as well as gifts for seniors, according to a news release. To apply for assistance, parents can go to the Salvation Army, 1302 N. Louis St. in...

Volunteers of America celebrates 125 years, 45 years in Montrose

Volunteers of America’s (VOA) local legacy began 45 years ago when the organization purchased a nursing home in Montrose. Since then, the faith-based non-profit has sought to grow a network of health care services in western Colorado. This year marks the 125th anniversary of an organization whose impact and scope is larger than many local residents know.

Community invited to design pump track

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) – The Springfield Park District is asking the community for help in designing a new pump track to be built at Comer Cox Park. The Park District will host a design workshop on Tuesday at 5 p.m. to collect input from the community. The workshop will take place at the Salvation Army […]

Salvation Army taking applications next week for Christmas help

QUINCY, Ill., (KHQA) — The Salvation Army will begin taking applications in Quincy for Christmas Food Baskets and toys from Quincy Toys for Tots during the week of November 1-5. Anyone wanting to apply for assistance can visit the Kroc Center, located at 405 Vermont, from 9 a.m. -12 p.m. and 1-3 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Wednesday, 3:30-7 p.m. Thursday, and 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-4pm Friday.

Meet Finley and Kahlua

Say Hello to Finley! This dashing tuxedo male was surrendered to us a couple of months ago by Deborah Swinger. She trapped him for neutering from a feral colony she feeds by the Salvation Army. Deborah said he was just too sweet to return back outside after surgery and asked us to help find Mr. Finley a home.