October 3, 2015 In South Carolina there has been a 1,000-year rain event that has been ongoing for several days now. A meteorologist and director of the atmospheric sciences program at the University of Georgia named Dr. Marshall Shepherd, in an email to The Associated Press stated “The flooding is unprecedented and historical,” according to the Weather Channel. But In Greenville Officers continue to do small acts of kindness as part of their daily routine.
October 2, 2015 Ashley Calhoun who is now 14 years old has been battling one form of cancer or another since the age of 7. A survivor at heart the child has beaten the disease back and sent it into remission only to have it come back in another form. Further complicating matters she lives with her father who is unemployed and three siblings. Things are undoubtedly very difficult around her home. Of course heroes do exist like Officer Sarah Suerth of the Brooklyn Park Police Department who make sure not every day is as much a struggle as the last.
October 1, 2015 Fountain, Co. If you are a small child going to school unable to even tie your own shoes and you miss the bus going to school the worry on your mind is extraordinary. Thankfully there are people who care enough to help and they are people like Officer Klinge of the Fountain, Co. Police Department.
September 1, 2015 Owatonna and Blooming Prairie Police Departments in conjunction with the local Salvation Army did some outstanding community work with the local youth in more ways than one.
September 23, 2105 Roeland Park, Ks. Police Department officer Zack Stamper was dispatched to a local park to check on a man who was sleeping in the park. He found a weary man who needed a break and he gave him more than one.
September 30,2015 Springfield, Mass. The over all crime rate continues to decline in Springfield and perhaps that is because the Police Department has taken a unique approach.