A local family is temporarily without a home after it burst into flames. Alliance firefighters were called to the home on Grant Street Thursday morning. Investigators determined the flames ignited in a second-floor bedroom, but they have not ruled on an official cause just yet. A mother and her teenage daughter were not home at the time of the fire and no firefighter injuries were reported. The local American Red Cross is helping the family with food assistance and temporary shelter. Around $2,700 in damage was done.
Cindi Gremlingâs South Side community house and ministry on Morrill Avenue offer a sanctuary for children. But the refuge is on a street that has been anything but a peaceful place. Three people were killed on that block of E. Morrill Avenue, between Parsons Avenue and Ann Street, within six months in 2007.
WASHINGTON â When the federal government last raised the gas tax in 1993, President Bill Clinton was in his first term, the TV show Cheers was in its last season and, in what may have become historic foreshadowing, the movie Groundhog Day was released.
The damaged, black New Testament Bible doesnât necessarily stand out among the hundreds of weapons, uniforms, photographs and pieces of equipment inside the newest addition of the Motts Military Museum. But that Bible means everything to Stan Dillon. Heâs certain it saved his life.