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  • Flat Rock Public Library: An important treasure in the community

    Oriane Flint, Telegram News Intern|Jul 18, 2024

    Summer is a season where great memories are made, and Flat Rock Public Library wants to be a part of yours. With family friendly activities planned all year long, Flat Rock opens its doors to you! In general, going to the library may not be the ideal summer act. However, they offer more than meets the eye. Libraries are a great place to connect, learn, and grow, playing a vital role in the community. Most libraries have summer reading programs that kicked off in June. "Adventure begins at your...

  • How Comradery built the Romulus' High girls Soccer team:

    Oriane Flint, Telegram News Intern|Jun 13, 2024

    After nearly five years, Romulus High School brought back their varsity girls soccer team. Bringing the sport back was something the school had been trying to get off the ground for a minute. There were either not enough players, no one to coach them, or a mixture of the two. Luckily for the school, this time was different. Many girls flocked to join the team. The new head coach Dr. Wendy Pachota, 48, was ecstatic to coach the sport she's loved since her childhood. "I started playing when I was...

  • SENIOR STAR PASTOR YVONNE HAWKINS - BELL

    Oriane Flint, Telegram Intern U of M Dearborn|May 30, 2024

    SENIOR STAR PASTOR YVONNE HAWKINS' BELL Pastor Yvonne Hawkins' Bell was born on July 9th, 1939, in Wheeling, West Virginia, but currently lives in the city of Dearborn. Her mother, Elsie Hawkins, worked as a housekeeper. Her father was tragically killed in a coal mine when Bell was just a baby. One part of Yvonne's childhood was dealing with the social issues of the time. The fight for racial equality was underway. "Well, you know in Wheeling, the schools were segregated in West Virginia. But...