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Articles from the July 7, 2022 edition

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Westwood Schools Remodeling to Improve Learning Environment

The Westwood Community School District is using the summer months to renovate and upgrade its school buildings in an effort to enhance the learning environment for its students. The renovations are...


Sierra Latrice Brings Life To Fashion With Rejuvination Shoes

Fashion is a subject that can be recognized throughout all corners of the Earth. Every group in some way, has their own unique idea of fashion; which could be accepted or denied all the same by...


A good admissions essay may mean more financial aid for college

Some colleges require high school seniors to submit an essay as part of the admissions process. That essay may also help when it comes to paying for college, according to KHEAA. The quality and...

 By Jocelyn Benson    News    July 7, 2022

Less than four weeks remain until statewide primary election

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson reminds voters that just under four weeks remain until Michigan's statewide primary elections on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Voters can already cast their ballot from home or...


Did you start a savings plan in January? How is your plan going?

Good financial habits start with an effort. Have you started saving anything? A dollar a week, a quarter a week, anything? I know some people lost their job because of the COVID-19 pandemic and...

 By Derrick Johnson    News    July 7, 2022

NAACP Take Steps to Root Out Gun Violence

This Independence Day, just as the nation was processing our horror of the vicious murder of Jayland Walker by Akron police, our hearts were dealt more devastating news as those in Highland Park were...

 By Lily Bohlke    Lifestyles    July 7, 2022

Online Platform Helps Older Michiganders Get Connected, Socialize

More than 40% of older Michiganders live alone, and studies show the pandemic has exacerbated loneliness for many. The State of Michigan has renewed a partnership with GetSetUp, an online learning...


NKFM receives grant to develop Inkster water trail design

ANN ARBOR - The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) recently received a $45,000 grant from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Legacy Funds at the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan. The...

 By StatePoint    Business    July 7, 2022

Tips for Small Businesses to Not Only Survive, But Thrive

(StatePoint) Small businesses are the heartbeat of communities. They pump life into neighborhoods, making them vibrant places to live, work and raise families, and are key to millions of local jobs.... Full story

 By Suzanne Potter    News    July 7, 2022

Opening Statements Today in Appeal to Protect DACA

The fate of more than 600,000 so-called "dreamers" hangs in the balance as opening statements are heard today in a case that could make or break the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)...


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