The power came back at the Meat Store on Northwest Third in Overtown, but the internet is still down, causing problems with the store’s food-stamp system.
The power came back at the Meat Store on Northwest Third in Overtown, but the internet is still down, causing problems with the store’s food-stamp system. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com
The power came back at the Meat Store on Northwest Third in Overtown, but the internet is still down, causing problems with the store’s food-stamp system. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com

No power means no food stamps for Miami’s neediest in Hurricane Irma’s wake

September 15, 2017 05:43 PM

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