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Detroit's Builder

Over the past decade, Detroit has earned the nickname"America's Comeback City"-a hard-fought but well-deserved title following years of struggle. Many have contributed to our city's renaissance, but...

 

Shine the Light on World Sickle Cell Day, June 19th

We all should be shining our light on June 19th for World Sickle Cell Day.There are many challenges that patients, their families and caregivers experience. Officially designated, as the...

 

Walking the Beat with Rudy Returns to Garden City for a Second Year

The Garden City Police Department's summer community engagement events kicked off on the evening of Thursday, June 2 with the second annual Walking the Beat with Rudy. Officer Bruce Shippe, one of...

 

Logan's Learning Lab, Desiree found a need and filled it

Logan's Learning Lab is a private tutoring company birthed from COVID. "I'm really into mental health, education," says Desiree Bailey, baby sister of three, two-degree holder, mother of one and one...

 
 By Renee Summers    News    June 9, 2022

River Rouge Schools Hosts Mental Health Forum for Outgoing Seniors

River Rouge Public Schools hosted a program focused on interactions with law enforcement for its nearly 250 upcoming graduates. Titled "Before You L.E.A.P.", the program was presented as an...

 

Move Up Michigan

Michigan wants a bigger say in presidential elections, and one way to do that is to move up the state’s presidential primary election. Michigan currently holds its presidential primary in March - far down on the list. That’s why State Democratic...

 

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