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Articles from the August 30, 2018 edition

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Clowns Around Redford Give Back to the Community

All the world loves a clown," said American songwriter, Cole Porter. But what does the clown think about it? Nancy Opatich, aka "Bubbles" the Clown, may have the answer. Opatich currently serves as... Full story


Jay Z, Beyoncé Awarding $1M in Scholarships to 'Exceptional' High School Students

Popular music's most powerful couple continue to make power moves. Hip-hop superstar Jay Z and his wife, Beyoncé, have announced a new scholarship program that will award 10 scholarships worth... Full story

 By Renee Summers    News    August 30, 2018

Episcopalooza Event Gets Inkster's Students Ready for School

nkster students preparing to return to school in a few weeks got a bit of help with school supplies from an annual community event called Episcopalooza. The event was billed as a back-to-school... Full story


The Last Rock Show

For fans in the punk scene, November's announcement that this would be the last Warped Tour hit home hard and with it came the trending hashtag #ForeverWarped. For those that aren't familiar with Warped Tour, it is a summer punk festival featuring a... Full story



This week marks the 55th anniversary of the pivotal March on Washington. Visit to see pictures and more about the march and enjoy all the links below: History: The March on Washington Originally conceived by renowned... Full story


Treating Students as if They are Criminals in America's Schools

Several years ago, police raided a Detroit high school. 49 students were arrested for loitering and detained at the police station. And in an incident that made international news, a Black... Full story


World Health Organization declares bacon as bad for you as smoking

It was all over the internet last week. The World Health Organization came out with it’s final declaration that bacon causes cancer, just as much as smoking. Only the final study came out in the... Full story

 By Xavier Jones    News    August 30, 2018

Carmeuse Helps Rouge Lay Down The Foundation

The City of River Rouge is famous for its industrial influence. This famous influence has made the city what it is today. Steel, iron and other goods have kept Rouge going strong. The city's... Full story

 By Butch Davis    Sports    August 30, 2018

Tigers #3 Retired Forever

Alan Trammell, the Detroit Tigers' legendary shortstop, was immortalized in Detroit as the Tigers forever retired his No. 3. The club unveiled his name and number in a pregame ceremony on Sunday,... Full story

 By Telegram Staff    News    August 30, 2018

Youth gain access to the technology industry through Summer Associates Program

All About Technology has concluded another successful year of its Summer Associates Program which has been in operation for the past 11 years. This program helps youths through internships and job... Full story

 By Dale Rich    News    August 30, 2018

Tributes to Aretha

Photos by Dale Rich - Photo Journalist... Full story


It Takes A Village Youth Festival

Ebony Elmore took this weekend to host her 5th annual It Takes A Village Community youth event. Families from all over gathered at Memorial Park for art, food, and a school supply giveaway. It Takes... Full story


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