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As part of the Center for Health Journalism Fellowship, journalists work with a senior fellow to develop a special project. Recent projects have examined health disparities by ZIP code in the San Francisco Bay Area, anxiety disorders and depression in the Hispanic immigrant community in Washington state, and the importance of foreign-born doctors to health care in rural communities.

Anne and Craig Evans have lived in their Montclair Avenue home in South Bethlehem since 1980. “We are not willing to give up thi
It's a pattern that continues to play out on Southside streets in Bethlehem, Pennsyvlania: an investor snatches up some homes and the domino falls.
Oralia Maceda talks with a Mixtec farmworker and informs him about COVID-19 protection during a visit last year to a vineyard in
Three of my relatives, all Mixteco farmworkers in California, died of COVID-19 last year. As we mourn, we wonder if diabetes played a role in their deaths.
Weary of living among student housing rentals, Murdocc and Karen Saunders sold their Hillside Avenue home in South Bethlehem in
Weary of living among student housing rentals, Murdocc and Karen Saunders sold their Hillside Avenue home in South Bethlehem in late 2020. They've yet to find a new home and regret the sale.
Tanya Gan Lim enseña una "clase para recién llegados” que el distrito del Condado Prince George creó para niños que han estado e
El número de niños que cruza la frontera sur está aumentando otra vez. El Condado de Prince George los ayuda a sobrellevar la situación y a aprender
A Sicangu Youth Council member looks at a historic photograph of children forced to attend Carlisle Indian Residential School ov
Native News Online Journalist Jenna Kunze is measuring the impacts of boarding school on the Rosebud Sicangu Oyate Reservation, working in partnership with tribal members and experts across Indian Country.
The U.S. population is aging. The baby boom generation will be 65-and-over by 2030.
Professor Peter Rupert, director of the UC Santa Barbara Economic Forecast Project, said the Central Coast population over 65 is bigger than other parts of the state.
Illustration by Define Urban
High fees and regulatory hoops have left many in the cannabis industry locked out of the legal marketplace.
The core of South Bethlehem's downtown is centered upon Third and Fourth Streets, which are bisected by New Street, a critical n
Developers are pitching urban infill projects with luxury apartments and high-end retail. Residents want affordable, workforce housing while preserving the neighborhood’s rich character.
Illustration by Define Urban
A Florida-based company is now the nation’s largest weed corporation, leaving Black growers behind.
Capital & Main
The legal market has removed the threat of arrest, but brought with it a whole new set of challenges.

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