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Friday, April 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Warming centers activated for homeless tonight

Two Spokane warming centers are being activitated tonight to shelter homeless residents who otherwise would shiver outdoors in the arctic cold, city officials said this morning.


Homeless man treated to game

Tom Willette, a homeless man staying at House of Charity, got a big gift for New Year’s. Willette, who is recovering from cancer at the downtown Spokane shelter, had a …


Warming centers open tonight

The emergency warming centers at the Spokane Salvation Army, 204 E. Indiana, and House of Charity, 32 W. Pacific, will open tonight.


Two held in fire at building transients used as shelter

A man and a woman taken into custody during a downtown blaze Thursday morning are being charged with second-degree arson, Spokane fire officials said. Windy M. Garland, 22, was arrested …


House of Charity keeping beds open

The House of Charity’s overnight accommodations for homeless men will remain open this summer thanks to a combination of expense cuts and the hope of additional funding. “Spokane is a …


House of Charity to maintain summer service

House of Charity’s overnight accommodations for homeless men will remain open this summer thanks to a combination of budget cuts and the hope of additional funding.


House of Charity could cut summer hours

The House of Charity will close its overnight accommodations for homeless men during the summer unless it can find additional funding.


Shelters full as warming centers

On days when the House of Charity opens its day room as a warming center because of extreme cold, director Ed McCarron has noticed new faces among the homeless seeking …


Homeless count to identify community needs

Homelessness, a chronic problem in Spokane, may become more prevalent in the severe economic downturn as Washington companies shed jobs by the thousands. The annual winter homeless count, which occurs …