Even dogs enjoy a day out, and with a program at the St. Joseph Animal Shelter they can get a trip around town with members of the community.
Building the skills to better help those experiencing mental health issues is the aim of a series of classes being offered to staff at area social service agencies.
A local physician was awarded the presidential medal of service Thursday morning for donating his time to serve those suffering from the opioid epidemic during the pandemic.
Inmates in the Buchanan County Jail have access to a resource that can help improve their mental health.
The ability to step up and lead others is an important role to take on in life, and the United Way of Greater St. Joseph is educating the next generation of leaders about the important things going on inside the City.
The past year for many small businesses, corporations and organizations has made the road ahead uncertain.
The Social Welfare Board has earned an important designation.
Despite the cold weather on Friday, community members still came to the St. Joseph Pregnancy Resource Clinic to drop off donations for the statewide baby shower.
Six victims and two children were rescued as a result of a human trafficking operation conducted at Bucky’s and Love’s Travel Stop on Friday night.
Everyone deserves a second chance, even ex-cons, and beginning April 1, two local agencies are stepping up to help make that happen.