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From KSMU in Joplin: Salvation Army Says Record Number of Families Request Help
The figures are staggering: about 1,000 kids will use the Salvation Army’s back-to-school program this year, which is almost a 40% increase from just a year ago.
From WYNC in Manhattan: For Slice of Fame, Pizzerias Spar Over ‘Oldest’ Title
For years, a New York restaurant has claimed to be the oldest pizzeria in the country, but now a rival from Trenton, N.J., says it deserves the crown.
From KUOW in Seattle: City of Seattle Shuts Down Garage Sale for Iraqi
Seattle resident Rita Zawaideh moved here from Jordan more than a half century ago. Over the last few months, she’s been holding garage sales to benefit Iraqi refugees. The city told her to shut down after receiving an anonymous complaint from a neighbor.
From WXPN in Philadelphia: Work Drugs Cover Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”