Cafe V helping employ homeless teens

Staff manager Whitnie Mauney, right, waits on a long line of customers shortly after the grand opening of Cafe V at Fifth Street and Belford Avenue on Friday.



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Staff manager Whitnie Mauney, right, waits on a long line of customers shortly after the grand opening of Cafe V at Fifth Street and Belford Avenue on Friday.

It’s hard enough to find a job with little or no experience and a local unemployment rate above 8 percent. Add being on the run from a dysfunctional home life, a lack of transportation,…




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