Editor's note: This is the first in a multi-part series about efforts to improve the condition of downtown Juneau. Part two will appear in the July 23 issues of the Juneau Empire and Capital City Weekly.
...that hunger and food insecurity are not the norm for almost 10 percent of our citizens. I hope for thoughtfulness, compassion, gratitude, and grace.Happy New Year, Juneau!? Mariya Lovishchuk is the executive director of the Glory Hole.
Empty Bowls, a fundraiser Sunday evening from 5-7 p.m. at Centennial Hall for Juneau's Glory Hole shelter, shares many similarities with the story "Stone Soup.
Housing First Inc. merged with St. Vincent De Paul last Wednesday night in a celebratory gathering, with board members signing official documents and handing off a ceremonial key.
...Mayor Bruce Botelho said he was unaware of the conference at the Goldbelt Building. Jetta Whittaker, executive director of the Glory Hole homeless shelter, said she didn't know about the meeting until she heard Mangano being interviewed on...
...of pieces of material, melted garbage bags. It looked like your average garbage dump." Joan Decker, executive director of the Glory Hole, a downtown homeless shelter and dining hall, said many homeless choose to sleep in abandoned buildings...
Scooter collision injures boys; Forum on homelessness set; Tuesday is tango night; Nine survive crash near Cordova
Since the Juneau Alliance for Mental Health closed its drop-in center on Front Street in late September, Willy Boy Denny, a 35-year-old man with severe depression, has spent many hours of his day staring at rain from his apartment at Salmon Creek.
George Briggs, new executive director of The Glory Hole, introduces himself and his wife, June, at the soup kitchen and boarding house on Thursday evening.
Whittaker to serve as program coordinator, Starbucks is here, State agency offers rural Internet grants & Alaskan Brewing Co. wins recognition
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