Dispatches The Changing American Dream

In New Jersey, thousands of families are still displaced with little indication of when and if they’ll be able to return
"You only know a guy for five months, but you think about him every day of your life." Read more on portwashington-wi.patch.com
"Now, you could almost set the calendar - as gas prices increase, so do the thefts." Read more on waukee.patch.com
"Talk about what motivates you. What do you plan to do? What are your hopes?" Read more on watsonville.patch.com
"We want to supply the same product as high-end department stores but at a fraction of the cost with personalized service
"I didn't get into this from the money-saving standpoint." Read more on marietta.patch.com
"People cut back on other expenses, maybe larger expenses, and a bike fits in." Read more on wilmette.patch.com
“We were in competition with ourselves. We were all offering a different version of the same vehicle." Read more on niles.patch.com
"I married the guy everybody in my family wanted me to marry, and I thought that might fix me." Read more on eastcobb.patch.com
"I can tell if someone needs to be adjusted just by looking at the way they walk." Read more on oceancity.patch.com
"People can spend five dollars and get a sweet. People always have birthdays and celebrations – we don't stop living." Read
"The hurdle was hard, but what made it easier was we did it together." Read more on hopkins.patch.com
"We could have grown faster. At times we've pushed clients away or asked them to wait." Read more on ames.patch.com
"I did three minutes during open mic, got a few laughs and caught the bug." Read more on shakopee.patch.com
"This is tough times for everybody. Even if you were wealthy, you are less wealthy than you were before,'' said The Rev. Lane