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Many are Slowly Getting Back to Work

The number of people in the United States seeking unemployment benefits dropped last week to 709, 000, down from 757,000 the previous week. While the level is still high, the Labor Department says the...

 

Rebuilding

All of us have had to adjust to living in a very different world. We're faced with the realization that COVID will affect our lives for the foreseeable future. Plans for personal finances, small...

 

Family-Run Hot Dog Stand Navigates an Uncertain Season

Tommy Ruark has enjoyed cooking since he was a teenager. The 26-year old Westland resident says it has always been a hobby, so when some retiring neighbors who ran a mobile hot dog stand were...

 

MSHDA Streamlines Process For Landlords With Tenants Facing Eviction

CBS Detroit – Starting Monday the Michigan State Housing Development Authority is giving aid to landlords who have three or more tenants in the pre-trial phases of eviction through the state's...

 

Ten (10) Steps to Start A Business In Michigan

Follow the given steps to legally start a business in Michigan. Step 1. Choose a Business Idea The very first step towards starting a business in Michigan is to select a proper business idea. If you...

 

Potential Employers are Looking for You

Carrabba's Italian Grill is hiring at all five of its metro Detroit locations. Part-time positions are available in Troy, Sterling Heights, Novi, Canton, and Southgate, and include server,...

 

Job Opportunities Assist Economic Recovery

The national economy is still creeping along in wake of COVID-19. According to CBS News, economists had anticipated 800,000 new jobs to be created in September; however 661,000 new jobs were added...

 

More Options Coming for Returning Bottles, Cans

Michiganders seeking their 10-cent deposit on bottles and cans will soon have more options for redeeming their deposits, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury. With the beginning of "Phase...

 

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...

 

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,...

 

COVID-19... Black Women Unemployed... Now What... Black Women's Round Table Offers a challenge for Start Ups

Covid19 has changed the world in so many aspects... death, lost of income, health and uncertainty. Unfortunately, some are easily to bounce back than others. Covid 19 has changed a lot of peoples mind...

 

Check Out These Local Companies with Openings

The Telegram is helping our readers get back to work by providing information on available jobs in our area. Below we have listed a few employment opportunities you may be interested in. Good luck....

 

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...

 

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...

 

CBCF Social Justice Fellowship Applications Now Open

WASHINGTON - The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) National Racial Equality Initiative for Social Justice (NREI) Fellowship applications are open today through August 14, 2020. The...

 

Support Local Small Businesses Now When They Need Us

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued a "Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives" order on Monday, March 23, and the order went into effect in our state the following day. The goal was to stop the...

 

Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence Emphasizes Service to Community

Michigan's 14th Congressional District extends from Detroit and the Grosse Pointes in the east, west to Farmington Hills and north to Pontiac. Covering parts of two counties, it is a diverse district...

 
 By FBI Media    Business    March 26, 2020

FBI Sees Rise in Fraud Schemes Related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

Scammers are leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic to steal your money, your personal information, or both. Don't let them. Protect yourself and do your research before clicking on links purporting to...

 
 By News One    Business    November 7, 2019

Everything To Know About Byron Allen's $20 Billion Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Comcast

Media mogul Byron Allen is currently in a major fight against Comcast and Charter Communications with a $20 billion lawsuit. The CEO of Entertainment Studios is suing the entities for not...

 

Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rainbow PUSH convene the 20th Global Automotive Summit

Global automotive industry stakeholders will gather in Detroit on October 31-November 1, 2019 for the 20th Annual Rainbow PUSH Global Automotive Summit, an initiative of Citizenship Education Fund, at...

 

Midget's Market has a re-grandopening

The owners of Midget's Market had something special for the community that they love. They remodeled the store where they call home and invited the community over to celebrate. The Midget's store has...

 

Curtis Williams, Reverend, Doctor, Businessman

Curtis Williams is a simple man of God, but his character and credentials helps to understand him on a deeper level. Curtis Williams is an experienced business owner who earned the title of Reverend,...

 
 By Renee Summers    Business    May 9, 2019

Inkster Chocolate Shop is a Family Business Celebrating 100 Years and Counting

The unassuming little store front on Michigan Avenue in Inkster houses a long and storied history most know little about. The shop was built in the late 1960s by Evans Corden to house his...

 

State Rep. Isaac Robinson on Historic Henry Ford Health Systems and the West Grand Boulevard Collaborative Community Benefits Agreement

DETROIT - Today, at the Irwin House Gallery, State Rep. Isaac Robinson (D-Detroit) joined West Grand Boulevard Collaborative (WGBC) President Mildred Robbins, former City Council Member JoAnn Watson,...

 

The High Cost of Auto Insurance in Detroit

Statistically, the residents of the city of Detroit are some of the poorest in the nation. Detroiters are also subjected to some of the highest auto insurance rates in the United States where motorist...

 

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