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Nearly 8,000 families, individuals seek help with housing in eight months

Stimulus money prevents homelessness, moves people off streets, out of shelters

Almost 8,000 families and single adults in Ramsey County needed help staying in their homes or finding a place to live because they were homeless, according to a report that covers the first eight months of a program funded with federal stimulus money.

In November 2009, the federal government allocated $1.8 million in federal stimulus money to prevent homelessness in families and single adults and to quickly find housing for families and single adults who recently became homeless in Ramsey County. The funds established the Housing Crisis Response in Ramsey County. The funding runs November 2009 through October 2011.
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Northeast residents unite to stop garbage transfer station

Northeast residents unite to stop garbage transfer stationResidents from Northeast and Southeast neighborhoods gathered last week at the Eastside Neighborhood Services Building gymnasium, 1700 2nd St. NE in Minneapolis to unite in their fight to stop the gar...
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HAP approved as HUD-Certified Housing Counseling Agency

Hmong American Partnership (HAP) recently received approval as a Housing Counseling Agency from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD).

HUD sponsors housing counseling agencies throug...
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The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Youth Literacy Plus Program

The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Youth Literacy Plus Program (SYLP) is a year-round program for elementary and secondary education students from high-poverty neighborhoods. Volunteers are needed to assist ...

Are you gonna stand with Obama?

For the Democrats’ Black partisans the message is simple: Stand With President Obama, Vote November 2.

Leading Democrats are betting that if the midterms are a “referendum on Obama” they like their odd...
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