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  • A neighborhood celebrates shuttering of suspected drug house

    Getting a suspected drug dealer’s house boarded up wasn’t how Michael Paul wanted to meet his neighbors. Paul has lived in his Emerson-Garfield home on Montgomery Street for nearly a …


  • New COPS shop proposed in Garland Business District

    When thieves stole copper wire out of empty buildings nearby, it all got to be too much for Julie Shepard-Hall. She owns ZipperZ, a consignment shop on Garland Avenue with …


  • COPS shop at LC unique in citywide network of 12

    It’s perhaps not exactly what students expect at high school, but the COPS shop at Lewis and Clark High School has been there since 2002. Students volunteer there during the …


  • Graffiti remains a challenge

    With warmer weather and sunlight lingering into the evening come flowers and blooms and, well, graffiti. Spring and early summer is prime graffiti season, because that’s when fair weather taggers …

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