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It was on Thanksgiving Eve of 1969 that nine year old Bobby Ellis died of malnutrition at his home at what is now Hodge and Eddy Streets in west Louisville.
by Stephanie Crosby Indiana’s Attorney General is challenging other Hoosier attorneys to participate in a food drive over the next two weeks. Greg Zoeller says they’ll announce the names of the firms that donated the most money and food. Zoeller says last year they collected 76 tons of food through ten regional food banks in […]
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack was in Louisville Wednesday to get a firsthand look at how federal stimulus dollars are being used for hunger relief. Vilsack spoke with reporters during a visit to the Dare To Care Food Bank warehouse off Fern Valley Road. “People look at the USDA and they think it’s about […]