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  • HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY! TIPS FOR A HEALTHIER MOTHER'S DAY

    Special to the Telegram|May 5, 2022

    Mother's Day is just around the corner! It is a special day where we can honor and celebrate our mother. Celebrated each year on the 2nd Sunday of May, Mother's Day is also a day to celebrate motherhood, maternal bonds and the influence of mothers in our society. On this day, every mother deserves to be treated specially. Whether you're celebrating your beloved mom or another special woman in your life, what better way to honor her special day than motivating her to make health a priority for a...

  • CYCLISTS ROLL ALONG A BURGEONING DOWNRIVER DELTA

    Special to the Telegram|Aug 19, 2021

    Wyandotte-August 13, 2021 It's been over a year since the Downriver Delta Community Development Corporation has been able to host their annual bicycle ride which brings a large group of cyclists to and through a collection of Downriver destinations. The Roll Along the River was a 17.5 mile meandering, slow-roll bicycle cruise that began and ended at the Fort Street Bridge Park, one of the City of Detroit's newest parks that's recently been adopted by the Downriver Delta organization. "Hosting...

  • From Michigan to Miles

    Special to the Telegram|Jul 29, 2021

    The grandson of a lifelong River Rouge resident and retired Detroit Public School teacher, Beatrice Baker has changed sports completely. Jerris A. Baker grew up in the River Rouge/Southwest Detroit area attending CMA Southgate. He played for Coach Lance's Championship Jr. Panthers football team, Coach Slack's Championship Jets little-league baseball team and was an original member of Coach Hick's Championship Pistons basketball team before moving to Tempe, AZ. He was exposed to golf through Ms....

  • Aaron Cooper Named New Executive Director of Inkster Housing Commission

    Special to the Telegram|Apr 1, 2021

    Inkster - The Board of Commissioners of the Inkster Housing Commission has named Aaron Cooper as the new executive director of the agency. Cooper brings a wealth of experience to this position having served as the Director of Asset Management for the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) in Cleveland, Ohio, and in multiple capacities with Lucas Metropolitan Housing (LMH) in Toledo, Ohio. He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice...