Because addiction is driven largely by genetic and environmental factors, overdoses can strike the same home twice, compounding the sense of grief and shame that is common among the epidemic's survivors.
Pilot programs will test an idea that officials say is the next big phase for municipal recycling because it involves almost 28 percent of household trash in the state.
An industry that put the city on the map will be chronicled through the efforts of volunteer former workers who have collected old equipment and tools over the years.
Across the state, 85 sugarhouses open their doors to the public to serve pancake breakfasts, maple syrup on snow, maple-infused baked beans and other treats.
Blatant lying is becoming the new normal, so let's all give it a try.
The best athletes are recognized in basketball, skiing and wrestling.
Geared toward correction, Long Creek is unequipped to treat most of those in its care.
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