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Ecorse Senior Birthday Club Hosts Outdoor Party

Members of the Ecorse Senior Birthday Club held its first birthday celebration in almost 17 months on Friday, July 30 at the Ecorse boat ramp picnic shelter on Jefferson Avenue. A picnic lunch for...

 

The Primary Election sets the stage for November 3rd

The 2021 Primary Election is in the record books. As usual the turnout was low. Here are the results for the elections that were held in Wayne County. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan* Anthony Adams Detroit...

 

The Youth Views On Voting

Voting is a controversial topic for a lot of people. Many people have their own opinions and experiences on voting and whether it's beneficial or not. Not everybody cares much about voting while...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    August 5, 2021

Let's hear it for the girls

With some of the drama circling the Summer Games and the general lack of interest in them, has anyone noticed the U.S. Women’s Basketball Team this year. They played through Group B play winning...

 

The Movement for Justice Will Not Be Deterred

The right-wing majority on the Supreme Court just undercut the Voting Rights Act again. Having gutted the section that required pre-approval of state voting laws to protect the rights of minorities to vote in Shelby v. Holder, Republican-appointed...

 
 By Stacy M. Brown    News    August 5, 2021

Biden Administration Extends Eviction Moratorium, Potentially Rescuing Millions From Losing Housing

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has taken new measures to protect renters from evictions. Over the past two months, the new prohibition on evictions will apply to communities with high...

 

SENIOR STAR GEORGIA MCPHAUL 80 years old - Ecorse

Georgia is not a stranger to hard work. Her love of people leads her to work with many organizations whose focus is on helping people. Her time spent at the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries is where...

 

Leanna Hicks Public Library Hosts Local Author

The Leanna Hicks Public Library in Inkster finished the month of July with two events on Saturday afternoon, the 31st. For adults, the library hosted local author and Inkster resident Che J. Ambe,...

 

River Rouge School District Creates School-Based Animal-Assisted Intervention Program

The River Rouge School District continues to introduce innovative and more effective ways to support the mental health and overall well-being of our students. We have spent the past several years...

 

ECORSE RECEIVES DONATION FROM GENERAL MOTORS FOR NEW AUTOMOTIVE TECH PROGRAM

ECORSE – In July, Ecorse High School was awarded vehicles, tools and components from General Motors through its corporate donations program that assists institutions within The GM Training Network....

 
 By Xavier Jones    Sports    August 5, 2021

Josh Baker: A Family Man With A Basketball Plan

he River Rouge boys basketball team has a reputation longer than I75. The team wins games, and sends players to college. Over the years, the Panthers have been fingertips away from a MHSAA finals...

 

MI Health Officials Prioritize Equity in Calls for Residents to Get Vaccinated

FLINT. - Michigan health officials are prioritizing equity as they continue to urge more residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The Delta variant now accounts for the majority of infections...

 

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