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Here we were, a crew of 19 temporarily homeless, bedding down for the night in a Fort Lauderdale parking lot. By day we are lawyers, executives, entrepreneurs — and a journalist. But past midnight Friday, we were simply human beings trying to...
Several dozen homeless veterans in Indianapolis will soon have a place to call home thanks to a public-private partnership. They broke ground on a 75-unit permanent supportive housing complex in Haughville, which is the first of its kind in Indianapolis....
Medicaid is a lifesaver for millions of Pennsylvania's poorest and sickest people, allowing them to receive the medical care they need. And with millions of public dollars at stake, the state government is supposed to make sure the money is going to...
The security guard and the Occupier were deep in philosophical discussion. Someone had posted a video of police at Pershing Square throwing a violent mentally ill woman to the ground. "Everybody has a job to do," said the guard, heavy-set, hospital-...
Head west on 19th Street in Costa Mesa. First, you hit the monumentalist architecture of the 24-Hour Fitness club and Road Runner Sports. Then comes the more modest cash-for-gold outlet and a pawnshop. Finally, half-hidden behind a clutch of palm trees...
There are new concerns that the city's homeless could be costing Indianapolis big money and business. On Georgia Street near the Convention Center, Indianapolis Downtown Inc. recently removed the chairs and tables in the area, because it turned into...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Social Issues
Austin Collie has accomplished a great deal on the football field during his three seasons with the Colts. He is also making an impact off the field through various charity and community organizations. Collie served as host of the 8th Annual Tackling...
More Hoosier veterans are finding themselves on the streets. The 2012 Indianapolis homeless count showed 351 veterans reported themselves as homeless earlier this year. That's up almost 35 percent from 2011. The Coalition for Homelessness Intervention...
Tags: Social Issues
There won't be a happy ending after all for 55 residents of a Walnutport personal care home. Two weeks ago, it looked as if residents of Canal Side Care Manor could rest easy because the state had licensed a new company to operate the home instead of...
As of Friday, residents of two Walnutport personal care homes no longer are facing the threat of relocation, as the state has authorized a new company to operate the homes. Earlier this month, the Department of Public Welfare prepared to relocate...
Tags: Pension and Welfare, AIDS, Walnutport, Politics, Interior Policy
Protesters participating in Occupy Bloomington are ordered out of People’s Park. According to the Bloomington Herald Times, officials posted a notice at the park last night that all personal belongings were to be removed by noon Thursday, and...
Tags: Protest, Politics, Activism, Social Issues
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