Still Looking 

Out of work and out of luck, a handful of the city's jobless find hope.

One Monday in March, Toni Young walks into the modest computer lab at the community center in the Gilpin Court public-housing complex. She almost talked herself out of coming. When Young got a flyer advertising a new job-skills class for public…

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