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BERRLIN, Vt. — Off the side of a busy road is a humble motel that has been remodeled to fit a growing need similar to that seen in communities across the country. This is the only empty room at this shelter owned by Good Samaritan Haven in Central Vermont and it will only be empty for another hour as someone who needs shelter is moving in. The goal here is to move people out into permanent housing, but that permanent housing is getting harder to find. Some are waiting months to a year for the next available housing.
Jax Tillman of Clarkston enjoys Pine Knob right in his backyard, so much so that at only the age of 8, he's already a competitive snowboarder, winning medals in a sport he has grown to love. He started at the age of 5 and says he actually didn't love it right away because it was so difficult.
RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) — Elijah Lee isn’t old enough to vote, but he feels most comfortable lobbying at the Virginia State Capitol. The 15-year-old from Chesterfield County is the founder of Hear Our Voices, a nonprofit organization through which he advocates for fellow teens and children. “Our young...