Business/Labor/ Economic Development

Post-Death, Henry Green’s Story Continues

by David Sepulveda | Aug 21, 2018 3:44 pm

Courtesy of Robert EspositoA bullet that pierced Henry Harris Green IV, aka Renegade, on a Newhallville street eight years ago, and remained lodged in his body is now evidence in an investigation into his recent death.

Call it one more chapter in a compelling story about a young man who embraced life against great odds while injecting humanity into the communal conversation about gun violence.

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Visionary Returns, Feted

by Allan Appel | Oct 25, 2017 12:39 pm | Comments (2)

Allan Appel PhotoThey celebrated buying, rehabilitating, and selling scores of homes to first-time homeowners and in the process revitalizing a stretch of Newhallville that many had given up on.

Not on the agenda but very much part of the event was also celebration of the return to action of the man who has lead that effort for decades: founder and executive director of Neighborhood Housing Services, who has returned from a life-threatening stroke to be the very model of optimism and resiliency.

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