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Articles from the August 27, 2020 edition

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WATCH ME BE GREAT!

There was a lot of intense planning and preparation to open school this year. Every family has a different situation and we had to figure out the best way to service and educate our students, while...

 

Mary Greenwood, Founder of Mother's Pantry

This week's Senior Star is Inkster resident Mary Greenwood. Greenwood was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi, but her family moved to Inkster when she was very young. She had three siblings; one sister...

 

Central City Health Clinic Strives For a Healthy Community

DETROIT - In 1971, Detroit Central City Health Centerwas first incorporated to provide health care services to urban Detroit neighborhoods. Now nearly 50 years later, Central City Integrated Health (C...

 

Community groups bring COVID-19 Testing to Romulus

The number of people with the corona virus changes on a daily basis. Luckily the number of cases in the State of Michigan has been holding steady. A group of community organizations came together...

 

Dancing Monkeys In My Soup

Due to the fact that I don't have any children of my own, it's always a holiday or rare occasion in which I can read a children's book. The last time I got to read a children's book was for a series...

 

Kamala Harris Wins Backing of 'Divine Nine'

In her historic speech accepting the vice presidential nomination for the Democratic party, Sen. Kamala Harris introduced her family - among them her beloved Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, "The Divine...

 

FEMA approves Governor Whitmer request for additional $300 Per Week to Unemployed Michiganders

LANSING. -- Today, the United States Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) approved the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency's application for funding that would provide an additional...

 

Residents of Flint awarded $600 Million in civil lawsuit

LANSING - . – Last week, the State of Michigan agreed to a $600 million settlement of the civil lawsuits brought against the State of Michigan by Flint residents after the water supply for the City...

 

What's next ? Police brutality is continuing

History is prone to repeat itself. This is a column I wrote in 2018. I wanted to republish it so we could see that we need to work on this vigorously. February 16, 2018 It started in 2016, now it's...

 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Happy Birthday in Heaven to former State Representative Isaac Robinson. He was presenting an award to members of the Contours and other Motown groups. Isaac showed his heart for recognizing people...

 

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