Friends and relatives of a local teen who accidentally fatally shot himself gathered Saturday for a candlelight vigil and balloon release. The event was in memory of Nathaniel "Isaiah" Lewis. He died earlier this month while mishandling a firearm at a home on Junius Street. The event, hosted by the Northside boys and girls club, honored his memory and to help teach young people about gun safety.
San Angelo ISD will be hosting a "Virtual" Job Fair next Thursday, June 27th from 5:30-6:30 PM. During the event, you will have the opportunity to chat with district and campus representatives from the comfort of your own home, office, or mobile phone. They are hiring secondary para-professionals and teaching positions. You can secure your spot by registering at "saisd dot org slash virtual job fair". To view our open positions, visit their website.
The city's trash collection contractor and landfill operator Republic Services has announced an open house later this month. Anyone is invited to come out and see the improvements Republic has made at the landfill. Those attending can partake in a free catered lunch and can take air-conditioned tours of the working face, gas systems and other working parts of the landfill. The event will be at 3002 Old Ballinger Highway on Friday, June 28th from 10 am to 2 pm.
San Angelo Police are celebrating the retirements of two officers later this month. Police officers Michael Peterson and Cathy DeLaughter are retiring with a collective service of more than 60 years. Their retirement ceremony will be Friday, June 28th at the San Angelo McNease Convention Center at 10 am in the North Meeting Room. The event is open to the public.