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Articles from the August 6, 2020 edition

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The Primary Election broke records The People have spoken

Over 2.5 million Michigan voters participated in Tuesday's election, a record turnout for an August primary. About two-thirds of voters used an absentee ballot, another record. Tuesday's vote total...

 

Census Cuts All Counting Efforts Short By A Month

U.S. Census Bureau worker Jennifer Pope wears a face covering at a walk-up counting site in Greenville, Texas, on July 31. The bureau is ending all counting efforts for the 2020 census on Sept. 30, a...

 

Connect 4 Care Helps Families Find Affordable Childcare By Renee Summers Telegram Reporter

The United Way of Southeast Michigan has introduced a tool for families called Connect 4 Care to help them find free and low-cost childcare programs they may be eligible for in Detroit. Jeff Miles,...

 

Malik Boynton: Process of a Legacy

Small towns have their reputations. Some good, some bad, some false, some true. A small town's biggest fable is that it breeds once in a lifetime talents. Some individuals are destined to outgrow the...

 

SENIOR STAR Wardell Montgomery, Jr.

This week's Senior Star is Mr. Wardell Montgomery, Jr. The Detroit resident was born in 1940 to Rose and Wardell Montgomery, Sr. Throughout his life he has made his home in Los Angeles, New York...

 

NAACP Sues U.S. Education Secretary Over COVID-19 School Money

The coronavirus pandemic has focused the nation's attention on the essential role public schools play in families and communities' lives. The NAACP said it's also exposed severe racial inequalities...

 

Michigan's billionaires got $2.8Billion richer during first 3 months of coronavirus pandemic

While more than 2 million Michigan workers were forced into unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic, the state's billionaires saw their net worth increase by $2.8 billion, per Forbes. Five of...

 

Tamar Braxton Breaks Silence On Alleged Suicide Attempt:

Two weeks after she attempted to take her own life, Tamar Braxton is speaking out, thanking fans, God and more for the support as she walks through this difficult journey with mental illness and...

 

NOW HIRING

Getting back to work means getting some cash in your wallet, which in turn, goes back into our now lagging economy. Perhaps you wish to become one of the newly employed now that Congress has allowed...

 

President Trump grants Governor Whitmer's request for National Guard at 75%

The president decides to only federally fund guard activities at 75%, leaving states with additional costs LANSING. -- Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued the following statement after President...

 

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