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Project brings some good news for Sandtown-Winchester (access required)

A recently renovated building sits atop a small hill in Sandtown-Winchester, surrounded on all four sides by foreclosed houses boarded up and decorated with graffiti. Sarah’s Hope, an emergency homeless shelter for families, reopened its doors to the local community on Friday. After a nine-month renovation that cost $7 million, the shelter doubled its capacity, but ...