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Allen Joseph was fired from his post as a part-time sports coach at Jesuit High School in the wake of allegations that he got three boys drunk and lay in
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Disparities among the haves and have-nots in Cuyahoga County are shown in stark detail in profiles of Council's 11 districts.
As a major provider of Head Start departs, hundreds of vulnerable Detroit families brace for change
420 low-income Detroit children who attend 11 Head Start centers operated by Southwest Solutions could be affected by closures next month
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