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LEGAL NOTICE: AT&T Mobility, LLC

AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to construct a 30-foot overall height pole telecommunications structure at 1735 Third Street, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (N42° 19’ 56.8” W83° 3’ 27.5”). AT&T Mobility, LLC invites comments from any...

 

THE RIVER ROUGE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS COVID 19 READY!

The River Rouge School District is confident that we will successfully educate students during this current crisis. Our district has adopted "Watch Me Be Great!" as our theme for the 2020-2021 school...

 

LEGAL NOTICE: AT&T MOBILITY

AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to construct a 30-foot overall height pole telecommunications structure at 840 Beech Street, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (N42° 20’ 1.7” W83° 3’ 31.9”). AT&T Mobility, LLC invites comments from any...

 

LEGAL NOTICE - AT&T MOBILITY

AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to construct a 30-foot overall height pole telecommunications structure at 601 East Congress Street, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (N42° 19’ 59.7”; W83° 2’ 17.6”). AT&T Mobility, LLC invites comments from...

 

LEGAL NOTICE - AT&T MOBILITY

AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to construct a 30-foot overall height pole telecommunications structure at 1210 First Street, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (N42° 19’ 50.3”; W83° 3’ 13.0”). AT&T Mobility, LLC invites comments from any...

 

City of Ecorse received Election Drop Box

Do you have a Drop Box? Would you like one? Those were the questions that Ecorse City Clerk, Dana Hughes heard over a month ago from a call from a representative from Wayne County. She knew that the...

 

Gov. Whitmer announces 4 million free masks

LANSING, – Four million free masks are being provided to Michigan residents who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 through a partnership involving the state, Ford Motor Company and the Federal...

 

Elected officials must be held accountable

I sometimes ponder on the question, what is the responsibility of elected officials? I believe that their main responsibility is to represent the people in the area where they were elected. Whether...

 

19th Amendment anniversary: A timeline of 100 years of voting rights for women

This year marks 100 years since the 19th Amendment ostensibly gave women the right to vote. The milestone came after decades of fighting, sacrifice and even death, and was followed by movements to...

 
 By Bloomberg News    News    August 20, 2020

Postmaster General suspends Postal Service changes until after election

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said he is suspending changes to mail service that raised concerns over slow delivery of ballots in the fall election after President Donald Trump criticized the...

 
 By Jean Overman    Faith    August 20, 2020

Christ Temple City of Refuge host Community Gas Give-away

INKSTER - On Saturday, August 15th, the citizens of Inkster were blessed with Free Gas. Through a partnership with Christ Temple City of Refuge (CTCOR), Mike Bazzi - owner of the Citgo Gas Station...

 

Byron Brooks Finds Purpose in Activism

Byron Brooks is not one to sit around, recounting injustices and wait for someone else to do something about it. The 25-year old Ferris State University student is more than willing to be a catalyst...

 

New Youth Soccer Camp starts in River Rouge

Was the next Pele was the soccer field on Saturday? Only time will tell. Over the last nine weeks, youth between the ages 5 - 12 from the community gathered at Memorial Park to learn the fundamentals...

 

Dems Put Divides Aside, Rally Behind Biden at Convention

NEW YORK (AP) - Michelle Obama delivered a passionate condemnation of President Donald Trump during the opening night of the Democratic National Convention, declaring him "in over his head" and...

 

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