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Detroit City Council Greenlights $200,000 Facial Recognition Contract

The Detroit City Council on Tuesday approved a contract supporting facial recognition in Detroit, even after a vast majority of public comments were in opposition to the measure. The measure, approved...

 
 By Renee Summers    News    October 1, 2020

New Veterans Memorial Salutes Veterans in Wayne

On September 30, Wayne City officials held a ribbon-cutting and flag raising ceremony at the new Wayne Veterans Memorial. Attending the event were community members, city officials, donors to the...

 

Rouge residents must speak out

RIVER ROUGE – A public hearing is when the citizens of a city are able to voice their comments on a certain issue that will affect the city. A public hearing must be published in a newspaper two wee...

 

White Man Seeks Forgiveness In Attack On Black Family's Home

WARREN, Mich. (AP) - A white man accused of firing shots into the home of a Black suburban Detroit family who put a Black Lives Matter sign in their front window asked for forgiveness during a court...

 
 By Bill Fletcher    Faith    October 1, 2020

"Losers"???!!!

Anyone who has followed the career of Donald Trump can only be but so surprised by the allegations that he has demeaned military veterans and fallen fighting men and women. The allegations, which included the identification of fallen soldiers as lose...

 

Westland Bakery Celebrates Grand Opening

Last week, Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared September 20th to 26th to be Michigan Small Business Week. In Michigan, small businesses comprise over 98% of all businesses, and employ roughly half of t...

 

September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month,

It's not every day that a child born into this world grows up with the reality, knowing that they may not live past the age of 40. Imagine being a parent and being told by doctors, that your child's...

 

Inkster Police have Implicit Bias Training

Inkster Police Chief William Riley knows the importance of having training to keep his staff and the community safe. Over a two day period, the entire department went through Implicit Bias training....

 

Find a Job or Reinvent Yourself with a New Career

If you are searching for a new career and have reliable transportation, the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) for the Pipefitting Industry and Pipefitters, Steamfitters,...

 

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