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Official Death Toll In Puerto Rico Once Again Challenged By Study Update: The Puerto Rican government acknowledged in a preliminary draft recovery plan submitted to Congress that it is likely more than 1,400 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Another study is out that places the death toll related ...
Juggling...And Struggling To Re-Imagine Arts And Culture In Puerto Rico When Hurricane Maria barreled into Puerto Rico last year, it swept away homes, businesses, and jobs. Not only did it leave a catastrophic environmental mess, but Maria also blew away any remaining cover for the island’s dire fiscal crisis. That’s ...
Waiting For Supplies For His Home, One Puerto Rican Rebuilds Another Man's House Instead You only have to ask Ramón Luis Morales once to know that the trauma of Hurricane Maria is still fresh.
State Aid On The Way For Hurricane Maria Evacuees In Connecticut The state of Connecticut has set aside $1.5 million to meet the needs of Puerto Rican evacuees and the Connecticut municipalities that took them in for the current fiscal year.
Fixing Up After Maria, One Corner Store At A Time Alberto Díaz lost most of what he had when Maria passed through. Nine months later, he is making opportunity out of disaster. His kitchen is a kitchen again. He used some wood he found to make a homemade tostonera -- ...
Vieques Still Finding Its Footing After Hurricane Destruction The island of Vieques, Puerto Rico, is an isolated place known both for its remote beaches and the decades during which the U.S. Navy used those beaches for bombing runs and training exercises.

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