By Keith Harrison If you’ve ever read one of my stories in these newsletters, you know that I have a soft spot in my heart for old people. Maybe it’s because they remind me of my grandma or now that my own mother is 90, I see her life reflected in the lives of so […]

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No Sequester on Hunger [Fort Worth Weekly]

Automatic federal funding cuts known as sequestrations are trickling down and coming dangerously close to the stomachs of poor, elderly, and disabled Tarrant County residents who receive home-delivered meals. The measure that took effect March 1 is expected to cut $1.2 trillion over 10 years from government agencies. Continue Reading

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Volunteer Profile: Lance Gallegos [City of Arlington]

For decades, Lance Gallegos’s work as an airline professional helped thousands of people ascend into the clouds. As a retiree, he’s engaged in much the same effort, since his weekly volunteer service for three community programs often helps people’s dreams of a better future take flight. Continue Reading