News Archive

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Former Prosecutor Launches Restorative Justice Program at VLS
Valley News
12/14/2017

Delegation Day afternoon sessions canceled
The Cherokee Ledger-News
12/14/2017

Mid Shore Mediation Center celebrates Partners in Peace
The Banner
12/13/2017

Pugh's grant of $50,000 to a Nation of Islam affiliate questioned
Baltimore Brew
12/13/2017

Pavel clears path to student success at SCS
The Schuyler Sun
12/12/2017

REAL ESTATE
Sussex County Post
12/12/2017

New specialized dockets, intervention programs aim to help children
Star Beacon
12/10/2017

After 50 years, Multi-County Community Service Agency still growing
Meridian Star
12/10/2017

Yadkin Early College receives grant
The Yadkin Ripple
12/9/2017

Dallas-Sponsored Teen Theater Program's Stand-Up Tragedy Opens Today
Dallas Observer
12/8/2017

BEACON HILL ROLL CALL
The Weston Town Crier
12/8/2017

United Way will renew operations in 2018
The Daily Dispatch
12/7/2017

A plan to improve the lives of Delaware's at-risk kids
Delaware State News
12/7/2017

Parole bill draws ire from officers
Concord Monitor
12/6/2017

Kewanee home to upbeat prison
Bureau County Republican
12/6/2017

Out & About
Martin County Enterprise and Weekly Herald
12/6/2017

Chesapeake Charities holds awards luncheon
Bay Times
12/6/2017

Are South Phoenix Protests Over Prisoner Re-Entry Center Just More NIMBYism?
Phoenix New Times
12/5/2017

Officials tackle public health problems
Sunday Star
12/4/2017

Homelessness a recurring problem for former inmates, jails working to address issue
Daily News
12/3/2017

Kewanee home to an upbeat, sunny prison
Sauk Valley Newspapers
12/2/2017

The time is right for youth justice reform Emily Mooney: The time is right for more youth justice reform in Virginia
Richmond Times-Dispatch
12/1/2017

Mexican Mafia hit focus of Pinal trial
Casa Grande Dispatch
12/1/2017

Youth served through Milligan's vision
The Times Reporter
11/30/2017

Consensus coming on judicial reform?
The Robesonian
11/30/2017

A.T. Wall, longtime chief of R.I. prisons, to retire
Providence Journal
11/29/2017

Amid Gentrification Fears, a Gang Crackdown Strikes in South L.A.
LA Weekly
11/29/2017

EDITORIAL: Jobs of Hope is a terrific organization, but it would not work without the employers' patience
Greeley Tribune
11/29/2017

Big Nose George: the ashtray, shoes and medical bag
The Coeur d'Alene Press
11/28/2017

COMMENTARY: Eradicating MS-13 would trigger a 'war on youth gangs'
Monitor
11/28/2017

Director's leadership has helped Latrobe homeless shelter expand its mission
Tribune-Review
11/27/2017

Homicide victim was reclusive, wanted to belong
Mail Tribune
11/26/2017

Lawmakers, experts eye Missouri as model for juvenile justice changes
Wisconsin State Journal
11/26/2017

BEACON HILL ROLL CALL
Natick Bulletin & TAB
11/25/2017

Former inmate gets a second chance
Bainbridge Islander
11/24/2017

KUDOS
Island Sand Paper
11/24/2017

Grant money will help local juveniles
The Tuscaloosa News
11/24/2017

BEACON HILL ROLL CALL
Georgetown Record
11/23/2017

Change your ways
Fort Myers Florida Weekly
11/22/2017

Bandit gang hits again: Robbery victim shot, survives
Valdosta Daily Times
11/22/2017

Chesapeake City Council may vote on proposed Joint Juvenile Justice Center tonight
Virginian-Pilot
11/21/2017

Must treat 18-year-olds as juveniles
Daily Hampshire Gazette
11/21/2017

After 20 years, public defense chief changes direction
The Wenatchee World
11/21/2017

Chesapeake City Council considering controversial Joint Juvenile Justice Center proposal tonight
Virginian-Pilot
11/21/2017

Sex offender sues West St. Paul over its rule limiting where he can live
Saint Paul Pioneer Press
11/18/2017

The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn., Tonyaa Weathersbee column
Commercial Appeal
11/18/2017

Legislature OKs English study bill
The Enterprise
11/18/2017

Plans for juvenile facilities revisited House panel wants fresh look at state juvenile justice plan
Roanoke Times
11/17/2017

Plans for juvenile facilities revisited
Roanoke Times
11/17/2017

Kiwanis donates $1,000 to troubled youth program
Cheboygan Daily Tribune
11/17/2017

Action agency employee wins Community Leaders Award
Salisbury Post
11/16/2017

Funds target gang, youth violence
Maryland Gazette
11/15/2017

TWO VIEWS: Remain part of Sioux Rivers
Sioux City Journal
11/15/2017

Community Mediation announces new program
Cecil Whig
11/15/2017

'We see them at their worst': How L.A. County's mental health team is working to end a stigma
Daily News
11/13/2017

With 13,000 gang members in Orange County, the push is on to curb crime and recruitment
Orange County Register
11/8/2017

LHSD Opportunity School proving a success
The Logan Daily News
11/8/2017

Woman may be first sex offender evicted as towns adopt exclusion zones
Austin American-Statesman
11/4/2017

Gang of cows and bulls terrorize resident
The Gallup Independent
11/4/2017

Stand in the Gap founder retiring as ministry celebrates 20 years
Tulsa World
11/4/2017

GUEST COLUMNIST
The Gaffney Ledger
11/3/2017

CPD helps task force uncover gangrelated burglaries in Bartow
The Daily Tribune News
11/3/2017

Teen shooter’s parents say son is mistreated
Albuquerque Journal
11/3/2017

State funding to benefit criminal justice system
Amherst Bee
11/2/2017

A public safety problem that can't be ignored
The Greer Citizen
11/2/2017

Scapegoating minorities is childish
Delaware State News
11/2/2017

Fall activities in the Town of Onondaga
The Eagle Observer
11/1/2017

Gang shooting wounds two men
Portland Tribune
11/1/2017

3Rd gang victim from Annapolis identified; Bonilla-Palacios' death was apparently a targeted, gang-related attack
Capital
11/1/2017

Montezuma County jail gets grant to continue education program
The Cortez Journal
11/1/2017

A public safety problem that can no longer be ignored
Moultrie News
10/31/2017

A problem that can no longer be ignored: Guest Columnist: Richard Eckstrom
The Georgetown Times
10/31/2017

Reps OK measure to crack down on handicapped parking placards
Herald News
10/30/2017

‘Over-The-Hill-Gang’ hard at work on bridge Darke County Parks ‘Over-The-Hill-Gang’ works on bridge
The Daily Advocate
10/30/2017

Gangs a public safety problem that can no longer be ignored
The Berkeley Independent
10/30/2017

Alaska Native groups and leaders double down on criminal justice reform, citing over-incarceration
Alaska Dispatch News
10/29/2017

Pine County, Mille Lac Band will hire cultural coach to help at-risk youth
Star Tribune
10/29/2017

Mediation center celebrates ?Partners in Peace'
Sunday Star
10/29/2017

Main Thing First helps families break unwanted patterns
Roswell Daily Record
10/28/2017

Chattanooga goes more than 60 days without a homicide
Chattanooga Times Free Press
10/28/2017

St. Johns County outpacing nearby counties in issuing civil citations for juveniles
The St. Augustine Record
10/28/2017

Surrey mayor's task force aims to change myth of "glamorous' gang life
Surrey Now Leader
10/27/2017

Commissioners discuss gang crime at planning retreat
Brunswick News
10/27/2017

Teen involved in crash will stay in jail
Albuquerque Journal
10/27/2017

EDITORIAL: Thursday's Housing changes for sexual offenders will make Jacksonville safer
Florida Times-Union
10/26/2017

Panel discusses ways to transition formerly incarcerated into society
Queens Examiner
10/25/2017

Pressure is on Vigo County; plaintiffs attorney tours overcrowded jail
Tribune-Star
10/24/2017

Mayor's Task Force Strategic Plan To Include Youths' Ideas
Noozhawk
10/24/2017

When you call 911 about gunfire in St. Paul, these are the officers who respond
Saint Paul Pioneer Press
10/23/2017

How SB 91 has changed Alaska's criminal justice system
Alaska Dispatch News
10/22/2017

Correctional facility grads forge path to brighter future
Record
10/21/2017

Chesapeake Charities to honor Sheriff Joe Gamble
Record Observer
10/20/2017

Walton County Jail inmates get opportunity to read better
Walton Sun
10/20/2017

Island City pours pints for Habitat
Winona Post
10/18/2017

East Lake Courts gang injunction trial on track for December, attorneys say
Chattanooga Times Free Press
10/17/2017

Kearns residents want community back
Deseret News
10/16/2017

EDITORIAL: State now recognizing extent of gang issue
Yakima Herald-Republic
10/15/2017

United Way temporarily suspends payments to agencies
The Daily Dispatch
10/14/2017

2 men sentenced to life in prison for fatal Garden City shooting
Idaho Statesman
10/14/2017

More funding for anti-gang program in Surrey
Surrey Now Leader
10/13/2017

 
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