Articles from the April 27, 2023 edition

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 By Renee Summers    News    April 27, 2023

18th Judicial District Establishes Truancy Court

In response to a rise in chronic absenteeism among students at Westland's John Glenn High School, the 18th District Court has partnered with Westland's Youth Assistance Program and Wayne-Westland...

 
 By Stacy M. Brown    News    April 27, 2023

Biden Signs Executive Order Establishing Office of Environmental Justice

President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to expand on his administration's environmental justice goals, which include delivering clean air and water to communities nationwide. The first of...

 
 By Wayne Peal    News    April 27, 2023

Property values in Wayne County rise to near- historic levels, continue 16-year climb

Equalized property tax values in Wayne County are continuing to rise, with values up 9.85 percent over 2022, officials said. Equalized values represent those submitted by all 43 county communities....

 
 By Josh Hovey    News    April 27, 2023

Michigan Municipal League Honors Graduates of 2022 Elected Officials Academy

ANSING, Michigan - The Michigan Municipal League is honoring 18 graduates of its 2022 Elected Officials Academy. Now in its 25th year, the Elected Officials Academy is an ongoing four-level program...

 

Wayne County Commission approves $10 million to ease Dearborn Heights flooding

Wayne County Commissioners have approved a $10 million, two-year project designed to ease flooding in Dearborn Heights and other nearby communities. Commissioners on April 20 approved money from the county’s share of American Rescue Plan revenue...

 

Children Are Dying at Rates Not Seen in 100 Years

Between 2019-2021, gun deaths among young Americans rose 50% and surpassed car accidents as the leading cause of death for the first time. Guns and Kids Dying Guns are the biggest killers of American...

 
 By Renee Summers    Obits    April 27, 2023

Singer Harry Belafonte Passes Away at Age 96

Singer, actor, and activist Harry Belafonte died Tuesday at his home in New York of congestive heart failure, his representative Paula Witt said in a statement Tuesday morning. Known as the "King of C...

 

Books In The Hood Review - Poetically In Motion

Growth and development are vital steps to the human experience. No individual can control what outside forces may affect their lives, but there is one thing we can control. How we cope, react, and...

 

Beauty and Fashion Influencer: Jazimen Renee

Meet Jazimen Renee/RichKisses, beauty and fashion influencer. Jazimen Renee is a Detroit model, host, and makeup artist. "I'm a spontaneous person who loves trying new things that I can learn from or...

 

Problem-Solving Courts Successful in Lowering Recidivism, Unemployment among Graduates

Programs help strengthen communities across Michigan through ‘hope and humanity’ LANSING, MI, April 6, 2023 – The Michigan Supreme Court today released its FY 2022 Problem-Solving Courts Annual Report, tracking the progress and highlighting...

 
 By StatePoint    Business    April 27, 2023

Does Your Business Qualify for the ERC Federal Assistance Program?

(StatePoint) The strength of the country relies on its estimated 33.2 million small businesses, which comprise 99.9 percent of all American businesses. COVID threatened, and in some cases forced, the...

 

A Proclamation on Arab American Heritage Month, 2023

The Arab American story is the American story — one of diverse backgrounds and faiths, vibrant tradition, bold innovation, hard work, commitment to community, and stalwart patriotism, all coming together to accomplish something greater than any...

 

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