Money and flexibility are hurdles that prevent people from getting the training they need for the several unfilled middle skilled jobs. One Roanoke woman was able to overcome those hurdles and start work the day after graduation thanks to a new program.
Hundreds of thousands of New York students would be able to attend college for free under a proposal announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to make state universities tuition-free for residents earning $125,000 or less.
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