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August 17, 2014 7:48 PM

Localized online networks are a new way for neighbors to connect

Neighborhood news no longer moves only over fences. Online networks based on geographic boundaries and tailored to neighborhood needs — public safety, classifieds, recommendations, events — are increasingly being used in the Kansas City area. Two such networks are Nextdoor and eNeighbors.

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