Articles from the May 18, 2023 edition

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 By Dominique Madden    News    May 18, 2023

Downriver Delta CDC Recognize Local Officers During Annual Legislative Breakfast

Last month, During Downriver Delta held their 13th Annual Legislative Breakfast in Detroit. This year's topic was Reimagining Public Safety which connects their mission of a connected region. They...

 

Tips for Determining If It's a Medical Emergency

In 1972, the Detroit Fire Department (DFD) began providing emergency medical transport and treatment to residents of and visitors to Detroit. In 2022, the DFD marked 50 years of providing 24-hour...

 
 By Michigan News    News    May 18, 2023

Look out for Imposter Scams

LANSING – In her latest scam alert, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel warns residents that they may be targeted by scammers claiming to be representing government entities. The Department has r...

 

Wayne County Commission Chair Alisha Bell's prom dress event fulfills dreams

Smiles of delight and gratefulness were contagious at Wayne County Commission Chair Alisha Bell's (D-Detroit) annual "Belle of the Ball" Prom Dress Donation program held Saturday, April 15, as it...

 
 By Stacy M. Brown    News    May 18, 2023

Mainstream Media's Bias Against Kamala Harris Poses Re-Election Challenges for Biden Administration

During a December 2021 trip to Paris, Vice President Kamala Harris purchased a $375 cooking pot. America's mainstream media didn't approve. The media lamented high inflation in the United States and s...

 

National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month

Since 1984, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) has declared May to be "National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month." It is a peak season for people with asthma and allergies and a perfect time to educate patients, family, friends,...

 

New Children's Book, 'I Love My Daddy,' Further Dispels Myths about Black Fathers

For centuries, there's been a false assumption that Black fathers are absent, apathetic, and uninvolved in their children's lives. The stereotype of the absent Black dad remains quite ubiquitous in...

 
 By StatePoint    Lifestyles    May 18, 2023

How You Can Trim Expenses to Save for What Matters Most

(StatePoint) Whether you're saving to buy a home, putting money in your child's college fund or just trying to cover higher costs for necessities, you may be looking for ways to keep more money in you...

 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Inkster Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc & Project 22 award scholarships during their Annual Scholarship Prayer Breakfast...

 

Law Enforcement Deserve Michigan's ​Show of Support

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy established 7 days out of the year to honor and celebrate our Law Enforcement in America. During Police Week, all over the United States people do something to show...

 

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