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Hunger: An invisible scourge

By Michael Kryzanek
January 11, 2007

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Project Bread, a nonprofit that is active in working to end hunger, recently issued a status report on hunger in Massachusetts. It found that in 35 cities and towns in the Commonwealth, hunger was a serious problem, with many more people going hungry than in the state as a whole. In our region, Brockton and Quincy were designated as cities ... (Full article: 570 words)

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