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The organization started up two years ago this week.
The federal government might help out.
The city plans to do it again next winter.
It would be a ‘crippling blow.’
Large cuts are expected.
From the statewide elections to a whale statue.
It was well used last winter.
The shelter aims to feed more than 150 families for the holiday.
St. Vincent De Paul of Juneau lost its leader this summer, but the charitable organization continues to move forward in his absence.
Applause is rare at CBJ Assembly meetings, but many in attendance broke into a standing ovation during Monday’s meeting.
JUNEAU EMPIRE After years of awkward calls and explanations, Juneau’s homeless shelter is changing its name. The Glory Hole homeless shelter will soon be called… Continue reading
Housing First might be expanding sooner than planned, and the city might again help foot the bill. City and Borough of Juneau Assembly members asked… Continue reading
The man who led Juneau’s branch of St. Vincent de Paul, caring for hundreds of homeless and destitute Juneauites for more than 20 years, has… Continue reading
Michael Good has spent most of his adult life homeless. Just one week ago that all changed and he said he has his faith in… Continue reading
Cause of death unknown, but not seen as suspicious, police say.