Author: Hilary Giovale Published in Communities Magazine Issue #142 We used to be a typical neighborhood. People were friendly enough and we waved to each other on our way into and out of our houses. We had the occasional chat on the sidewalk while shoveling snow or doing yard work. But that was where community… Read More
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