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Articles from the June 20, 2019 edition

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Detroiters Concerned about Expanding Surveillance

In his State of the City speech last March, Mayor Mike Duggan promised to install more surveillance cameras throughout Detroit. This is in conjunction with the city's controversial Green Light... Full story


Community Mental Health Forum Held in Inkster

Thanks to a cooperative effort between the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority (DWMHA), and the city of Inkster, a community forum on mental health issues, substance abuse and disability issues was... Full story



The Men of The PEN at Pentecost MBC honored three men in the 80's Club on Father's Day. Pictured is Associate Pastor Rev. Taylor, Honoree Brother Wilson, Pastor Willis,. Honoree Brother Lee, Honoree... Full story


State Rep. Carter on budgets that fail to fix roads, schools:

LANSING - Yesterday, the House of Representatives finished passing the collection of bills comprising the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget, including general government. Despite House Democrats... Full story


State Rep. Isaac Robinson on Gov. Whitmer's collaboration with Benton Harbor School District:

LANSING - Yesterday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer sent a letter to members of the Benton Harbor Board of Education to announce her intention to collaborate with them as they develop a new proposal to address the academic shortfalls of the school district.... Full story

 By Renee Summers    News    June 20, 2019

Inaugural Eid Festival Held in Dearborn

The weather has turned and it has become time for summer festivals in Michigan. Organizers and volunteers pulled together what promises to be the first annual Eid Festival in Dearborn this past June 6... Full story

 By Renee Summers    News    June 20, 2019

Wayne County Treasurer's Department Wants to Work With Struggling Taxpayers

The Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree's Office wants Wayne County residents to be aware of numerous assistance programs available to taxpayers who were struggling to get property taxes paid on time.... Full story



NAACP to Highlight 110 Years of Civil Rights History, and the Current Fight for Voting Rights, Criminal Justice Reform, Economic Opportunity, Education Equality & More BALTIMORE - Thousands are... Full story


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