Bright, colorful meters are popping up around the city’s downtown to give people an opportunity to donate money to address homelessness while targeting pesky panhandling.
Too many times, Winfield Davis has seen a panhandler hit the button requesting a chance to cross at the corner of North Frontage Road and
The following post first appeared in Yale Daily News on April 1, 2016 written by Graham Ambrose & Victor Wang | Photo by Amanda Hu
The city is another step closer to providing an easy way for do-gooders to give to the homeless at the expense of so-called professional panhandlers,
Donna Moss said she would be happy to put coins in the meter not just to park, but to help the homeless as well. New