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In 1883, Barney Kroger invested his life savings of $372 to open a grocery store at 66 Pearl Street in downtown Cincinnati. The son of a merchant, he ran his business with a simple motto: “Be particular. Never sell anything you would not want yourself.” It was a credo that would...
When our military veterans return home, they often find themselves fighting a new battle. Building a “normal” life after the horrors of war can be challenging, and for one Johnson County man, it proved too daunting a task to tackle on his own. Dale walked into the food pantry at...
Last winter stretched tight budgets to the breaking point with frigid temperatures and record high heating bills. Many families fell behind on their gas and electric payments, and some even faced shut-off from utility companies in the face of accumulated debt. In these...
More than 62,000 Hoosiers over age 65 live below the poverty line. They are often faced with choosing between prescription medications and groceries, or between buying a warm coat and paying a utility bill. These seniors are part of the “invisible population,” struggling with...
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