Habitat for Humanity facing materials and labor shortage as housing demands rise

Econ & Housing

CINCINNATI — An inflated housing market is putting pressure on charitable organizations like Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati,. On Friday, the group held a kickoff celebration for the start of construction of a new home being built in Lockland for a truck driver named Reggina Taylor. “I’ll be there every weekend putting my hard…

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