Main Street Comes Out Of Its Slump, And Spirits Are UpStephanie Anderson Forest
Few could blame June Hoey for being anxious. A single mother who's putting her third child through college, Hoey just learned she'll soon be booted out of the townhouse she has been renting. Recently, an accident with an uninsured motorist left her facing $700 in car repairs. If that isn't enough, Hoey is due to lose her $25,000-a-year job as a real estate analyst by yearend, when her employer's contract expires.
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