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Weaving stability in life of loose ends

By Glenn Yoder
Globe Correspondent / May 28, 2006

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After serving six months in prison for driving under the influence and getting into a scrum with the arresting officers, Lillian MacDonald said, she found herself thrust back onto the street in November with $70 in her pocket, nowhere to lay her head, and nobody who wanted to see her. (Full article: 452 words)

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