Tax Dollars at Work
What has the police and mental health millage accomplished so far-and what else will it do?
When Ed Wall lost his sight, he found a new calling.
Cynthia Furlong Reynolds"Macular degeneration was a terrible diagnosis for a librarian, writer, reader, publisher, historian, and art lover," says Ed Wall. He was fifty-five years old when he was diagnosed; twenty-two years later, he is
The Vindication of Roger Newton
He changed the city's history with Lipitor. Now he's scored again with a drug Pfizer rejected.
Ken GarberRoger Newton never claimed to be the smartest person in the room. "These guys are obviously a lot smarter in their specific areas than I am," he told the Observer in 1998, referring to his scientific colleagues at
Community Resource Guide
James M. Manheim, Cynthia Furlong Reynolds, Jan Schlain, Chuck WarpehoskiISSUU version
Where to Turn
Among the most difficult aspects of the Covid-19 outbreak has been that many families and individuals are facing problems on multiple fronts. This guide brings together as
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