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Grant Will Aid YWCA Transitional Housing

January 2, 2014

A $467,000 grant from the Federal Housing Loan Bank of Pittsburgh will help the Wheeling YWCA provide local women who have just been released from prison with a place to liv....

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Jan-03-14 2:06 PM

uglyassmf& others- That is the political climate today.Our taxes go for nothing.

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Jan-03-14 6:45 AM

Good story uglyass, explains a lot about your posts! LOL

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Jan-03-14 5:45 AM

lol..richard..don't you know all domestic violence cases are the mans fault? what is wrong with you?? Women have never abused men ever. Not physically nor mentally. that's what the deputy told me when my wife cracked me across the kidneys with a pool cue because I wouldn't give her any money and urinated blood for 8 days. They told me to go some where else and stay and leave HER alone...****

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Jan-02-14 4:25 PM

See article from 12/31/13 "East Wheeling Housing on Hold!" and now you know the rest of the story!

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Jan-02-14 1:39 PM

What about housing for male ex-prisoners?????

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Jan-02-14 6:56 AM

This is great news. Additionally, Mary & Martha House, which is part of the Lazarus House Corporation, has been providing such service since 2009.

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