The New Life Day Center at 224 N. Martin Luther King Boulevard received $10,000 in city homelessness money in 2016.
The New Life Day Center at 224 N. Martin Luther King Boulevard received $10,000 in city homelessness money in 2016. 2011 File Photo Herald-Leader
The New Life Day Center at 224 N. Martin Luther King Boulevard received $10,000 in city homelessness money in 2016. 2011 File Photo Herald-Leader

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May 02, 2016 05:25 PM

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