Congolese refugees, resettlement agencies and the owners of the Heritage Apartments give conflicting accounts of maintenance efforts in the wake of a deadly fire that took the lives of five children last month. Representatives of two agencies that resettle and support refugees in Greensboro had given lengthy presentations about their menu of services to the […]
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