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When Michael Tioran of Bloomfield Hills ended an eight-year stint in the U.S. Navy in 2008, the economy he came home to was mired in the Great Recession.
Over in a quiet, roomy office upstairs at the Plumas County Veterans Service Office in the courthouse annex near Feather River College...
Homelessness is a top issue Pierce County needs to address, Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammier said in his State of the County Address Wednesday.
The recent decision to nearly double the pay of Greene County veterans service commissioners highlights a long-standing disparity among county veterans agencies, how they operate and how much they aid veterans.
Camden County College officials cut the red, white and blue ribbon Thursday on a small room for veterans to quietly study on campus.
Homelessness continues to be a huge problem in Southern California, but Riverside County says that they've managed to reach "functional zero" veteran homelessness.
Hamilton County has hired its first-ever veteran services officer to assist the county's vets with benefit claims and other needs.
An estimated 32,000 veterans in Thurston County now have a local one-stop shop for crucial services that can raise their quality of life.
The Butler County Veterans Service Commission approved a $2.2 million 2017 budget on Wednesday that represents a 15 percent increase over this year.
The Veterans Crisis Line is a toll-free, confidential resource that connects veterans in crisis and their families with qualified caring U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs responders.
Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission Superintendent Jacob Zimmerman researched the idea of establishing a special court for veterans when he joined the office three years ago.
They are the ones putting their lives on the line and going overseas to protect our nation’s freedom, but when they return home, their lives are forever changed.
What started out as a way to fuel economic growth in Grand Traverse County has now turned into an effort to help area veterans.
When Darrell Nixon approached a man at a New Castle service station recently, all he was hoping for was a chance to wash the man's windshield in exchange for a few bucks.
A band of bikers headed out from the Kennett Square VFW Post 5467 on Saturday for the purpose of raising money for veterans.
The Jackson County Animal Shelter is hosting a free adoption program, "Pets for Veterans," July 25 through Aug. 6.
Circuit Judge Charles Romani Jr., an Army sergeant during the Vietnam War, began the Madison County veterans court in 2009, the Belleville News-Democrat
While serving on board an aircraft carrier during World War II, Ernie Gallo survived 17 battle engagements against Japanese forces and a typhoon with 140 mph winds and 70-foot waves.
Terry Smithson left the army nearly four decades ago but the Clayton County vet is still trying to look out for his fellow soldiers.
One of the largest job fairs in the state for military veterans took place right here in Milwaukee. On Thursday, March 10th, there was some encouraging news for veterans looking for a job.
At the beginning of the year, 26 veterans lived on the streets or in emergency shelter. But now the county has reached “functional zero,” meaning that if and when veterans become homeless in the future, it has a system in place and the capacity to immediately get them back into permanent housing.
A new or immediate need for a prescription may be picked up at the pharmacy window at your VA health facility.
Twin Falls County will open a sixth type of problem solving court this fall, this one to handle an expected surge in cases involving veterans.
The Montgomery County Board of Judges is moving forward with a proposal to establish a veterans treatment court, which would allow veterans with pending criminal cases the option of joining a highly structured outpatient treatment program.
Warzone Boxing Club’s owner Al Franco grew up in a household where his father, uncles and brothers were Marines, and he learned to appreciate their service.
An additional $80,000 in Department of Housing and Urban Development money will help Merced County provide an extra 15 housing vouchers for veterans, according to Rep. Jim Costa, D-Fresno.