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Police investigate multiple gas station robberies

Police are investigating an armed robbery Monday night in St. Joseph in addition to a robbery on Christmas Eve. According to Sgt. Brett Kelley with the St. Joseph Police Department, around 4:30 a.m. Saturday, three individuals entered

Part of 9th Street closed due to falling debris

Motorists are being urged to avoid the 1800 to 2000 block of South 9th street in St. Joseph until further notice. The St. Joseph Police Department sent out a Nixle alert shortly after 3 a.m. warning motorists

Agency to take over disability services in January

In less than a week Easterseals Midwest will officially take over disability services formally provided by Progressive Community Services and expanding job opportunities in St. Joseph. As we previously report, January 1, Easterseals will transition Progressive’s Community

Health Department closed over lunch this week

Patee Market The St. Joseph Health Department is suspending services over the lunch hour this week. The Health Department will be closed for lunch December 27-30. All City offices are closed Monday, December 26th, and Monday, January

Holiday Park tear-down begins January 3

Holiday ParkFile Photo Christmas lights will turn-off for the season at Holiday Park after New Year’s Day. “Christmas is never over,” said Jeff Atkins, City of St. Joseph Assistant Parks Dir. “We’ll start tearing the displays down on January

More shelter pets found homes this year

The St. Joseph Animal Shelter has been implementing new ideas to place pets in homes and as a result, had a successful year of adoptions. Kappy Hodges with the Friends of the Animal Shelter said the main goal