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An Escalating Problem: How Long Will the City Hold Us Down?
How many city workers does it take to fix an escalator? Never mind. First things first. How many city workers does it take to find out who is responsible for fixing an escalator? Fountain Square
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Is There Hope for Addicts?
Isn't sleep the last thing an addict needs? Yes -- and that's the first lesson in recovery at Prospect House. Learning when to go to bed and when to rise is among the simple, but necessary, first
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