Monday begins Burn Amnesty Week in St. Joseph County, meaning residents of unincorporated areas can burn their leaves legally for the next eight days, through November 24th.
Now, as of 2015, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has announced that the work requirements in SNAP will be more strictly enforced, meaning that as many as 65,000 recipients may be cut off.
The British Ironwork Center is the coordinator of the project, and plans to create a 20 foot high “Guardian angel” sculpture in memory of those killed by knives. (I’m pretty sure someone will complain about the angel motif.)
The amnesty in the county has led to 800 knives – 310 of them in East Lancashire – being handed in and that is terrific in terms of lives potentially saved and it is good that the campaign is continuing as part of a national project.
When a YouTube video showing 25-year-old Jorge Peña getting attacked on a New York City subway train went viral last week, Peña didn’t know if he would face charges for slapping a woman who just wouldn’t leave him alone.
Imagine waking up, going to your phone or computer, checking Facebook or Twitter and then seeing 5,000 comments flinging some of the most vile things imaginable at you.
With Maya missing, Cerate checked his security camera and discovered a disturbing sight: A van marked “PETA” had backed into his driveway and two women got out. One walked up to Cerate’s porch, grabbed the dog, and placed it in the back of the van.