Veterans helping veterans – struggling vets have been moving into the new “La Casa de Flores” – also known as “Camp Flores” in Santa Maria.
Area businesses and veteran’s service organizations held an annual event with the goal of supporting local veterans and their families.
When Angela Peacock medically retired from the U.S Army after nearly seven years of service, she was put on medication to help her post-traumatic stress disorder.
The effort reflects the party’s determination to retake control of at least one chamber of Congress next year.
A local cemetery for veterans can afford to get a little bit roomier thanks to a check from Uncle Sam.
Cedar Valley veterans organizations are supporting a plan to locate a veterans drop-in service center at Clark & Associates, 537 Park Lane.
While rain reduced the turnout at Tuesday’s Rochester farmers market, it didn’t put a damper on the attendance or enthusiasm at a station providing free haircuts for area veterans.
The federal government is reopening a 16-year-old health report on the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Oscoda at the urging of legislators and veterans seeking coverage for illnesses they contend were caused by exposure to toxic chemicals.
The regional director for veterans hospitals across New England is facing criticism for his role in problems at the Manchester VA Medical Center.
In 1944, the G.I. Bill was signed into law by President Roosevelt, providing those who had served in WWII with an array of benefits, including tuition payments.
Under legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, health coverage losses among non-elderly veterans would be concentrated among older, low-income and less-healthy veterans, according to the study.
Lexington’s council is expected to create a new veterans commission in the coming weeks.
Internal Department of Veterans Affairs data provided by whistleblowers reveals the agency is only filling about half of its capacity to make medical appointments
Suicide among military veterans is especially high in the western U.S. and rural areas, according to new government data that show wide state-by-state disparities and suggest social isolation, gun ownership and access to health care may be factors.
Repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act would likely have negative consequences for veterans, a group that Republicans lawmakers typically champion, according to a report released by the nonprofit Rand Corporation on Thursday.
Veterans continued to flock to the Herb Young Community Center in Cary on Friday to resolve problems with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
To hear Reps. Joyce Beatty and Steve Stivers tell it, Columbus is an ideal place to host the National Veterans Memorial and Museum.
A century-old apartment building on West Utica will be getting an $11 million rehabilitation, updating the building’s mechanical technology and making more units ready for the changing veteran population.
Repealing Obamacare would leave more than nine percent of all veterans under 65 without health insurance, likely causing an increased strain on the Department of Veterans Affairs
If you weren’t looking for it, you might have no idea it was there, but right between Chipotle and the Washington Township Fire Department on Possum Run Road is a cemetery with graves dating back to the 1830s.
From the street in this working-class neighborhood, people passing by the two-story house can look through the window and glimpse a peace sign and various iterations of the Stars and Stripes.
Though veterans had a slightly stronger presence in the federal workforce in fiscal 2016, agencies actually hired fewer new veterans to fill government jobs compared to previous years.
With some Republicans and Democrats lining up to pass a legislative version of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)—the Obama-era program that protects young children of immigrants from deportation
According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, around 20 veterans committed suicide per day in 2014 – the most recently available statistics.
It didn’t matter that Otis Hopson is legally blind, the result of an injury sustained serving in the Vietnam war decades ago.
Thousands of people got ready bright and early Saturday morning for Ohio State University football’s big home opener game at the Shoe.
US hospitals stand to benefit financially from the privatization of the Veterans Health Administration and are no fans of the nation’s largest and only publicly funded health care system.
Craven County – An annual local event is helping veterans connect with resources to help make their life a little easier.
World War II veteran Benjamin Cooper has been telling his war story for the last 27 years.
One ad for a 2018 congressional candidate shows him wearing a T-shirt with an unofficial Marine Corps motto, “Pain is weakness leaving the body.”