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How a line cook ended up working a vaccine line

New York | Joe Reilly’s pandemic-year job hunt took him from restaurant to hospital morgue to Citi Field
by Emily Belz
Posted 4/12/21, 05:44 pm

A New York moment:

Before the pandemic, Joe Reilly was a cook at a restaurant in New York City. When the virus forced lockdowns, Reilly lost his job: He wanted to work, but with restaurants shuttered, he didn’t know what to do.

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Charles “Chuck” Yeager dies

by Kirkland An
Posted 12/08/20, 07:20 am

Charles “Chuck” Yeager, the United States Air Force brigadier general most well known for being the first person to break the sound barrier, died Monday at age 97. Recognized for his unusually sharp vision, Yeager became a fighter pilot in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II despite insufficient education, and he became an ace. After the war, he became a test pilot at Muroc Army Air Field in southern California.

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Photo courtesy Jackie Houchin

Inside the outbreak: Creative coronavirus help

Business | Innovative ways to be good neighbors in a crisis
by Leah Hickman
Posted 5/29/20, 02:02 pm

Despite social distancing, churches across the country are finding ways to help members and attendees spend quality time together during the pandemic. Here are examples of what some churches have done to build community in recent months:

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