Articles from the February 2, 2023 edition

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Chopping It Up With The Brothers

Since the dawn of time communities have consisted of three main entities; Women, children, and men. Traditionally each comes with a set of rules and roles, all designed to keep the community going....

 
 By Detroit Staff    News    February 2, 2023

White House praises Mayor Duggan's Jump Start Initiative that helps Detroit residents improve their lives

The City of Detroit has partnered with 18 community groups and activist organizations on a new program unlike any other in the U.S. that will help long-term unemployed residents get reengaged in the j...

 

Learning about Dr. King should be a year long process

The third Monday of January is the day that the nation recognizes the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The United States passed the legislation to make it a Federal Holiday in 1983. But the...

 

The Michigan Minimun Wage Will Not Increase on Feb. 19

ANSING. - Yesterday, the Michigan Court of Appeals offered an opinion that the Michigan Legislature's previous "adopt and amend" strategy to negate ballot initiatives was constitutional and was used...

 

Downriver Community Conference Expands Economic Development and Small Business Services with Help from Federal Grant

SOUTHGATE - Last August, the Downriver Community Conference (DCC) was awarded a $1.6 million grant from the Economic Development Administration for the Downriver Riverfront Communities Economic Recove...

 

Proposed "City Centre Park" Survey for Westland Residents

PLEASE HAVE YOUR INPUT HEARD: The City of Westland has posted a survey on the proposed "City Centre Park". This survey can be quickly taken at the following link: https://ohmplanning.typeform.com/to/Zwrxaxcd?typeform-source=link.zixcentral.com,....

 

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