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Ceremonial swearing-in ceremony for newly elected Senator Adam Hollier

HIGHLAND PARK, - Adam Hollier, the newly elected state senator for Michigan's 2nd Senate District, will be ceremoniously sworn in to begin serving his partial term at 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 10, at the...

 

Community Turkey Dinner Benefits Charitable Causes

Thanksgiving is two weeks away but the Presbyterian Women Annual Holiday Bazaar will feature an all- you-can-eat Turkey Dinner on Friday, November 9, 2018. The event will be held at Garden City...

 

2018 Veterans Day Free Meals, Discounts, Sales and Deals

As Veterans Day approaches, we want to list Veteran's Day specials to thank you for your service. Veterans Day 2018 will be on Sunday, November 11th, 2018 and designated as a Federal Holiday on...

 

Inkster Police Department host final Movie Night of the season

The Inkster Police Department hosted its final free Movie Night of the season on Friday, Oct. 19. The special event took place in the Inkster Police Department parking lot, located at 26279 Michigan...

 

Detroit and the Legacy of Civil Rights Icon Rosa Parks

When, on a December evening in 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a White man on a segregated bus in Montgomery Alabama, she was arrested and besieged by threats from angry White racists...

 

Local Shopping Mall Are a Great Place to Walk

For most of us, walking is a fudamental life process we don't give a whole lot of thought to each day. But walking can be an ideal form of exercise for anyone with joint issues or breathing...

 

Breast Cancer Doesn't Have to Mean Death

Breast Cancer – two words that give even the strongest person an eerie feeling, and rightfully so. For these words describe a disease that affects one in eight women and is the second leading cause...

 

Top Ladies of Distinction Chapter Opens Membership Michigan Metro Chapter looking to grow

The Michigan Metro Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction Inc., is seeking women ages 18 and up who would be interested in joining an organization whose purpose is to give service to the communities in...

 

Ending Domestic Violence is Everyone's Business

Often the purple ribbon gets lost in a sea of pink, but it does not diminish the importance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is not a glamourous topic, but one that impacts us all. So with tha...

 

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

GOSHEN – "You have to act as if it was radically possible to change the world, and you have to do it every day." This Angela Davis quote was stressed by Kellyann Kostyal-Larrier, Executive Director...

 

American Legion Host Fall Craft Show in Garden City

As of October 11, there are 75 shopping days until Christmas. Local fall craft shows are a great place to begin your holiday shopping. The American Legion Post 396 Women’s Auxiliary will be hosting...

 

Downtown Wayne Scarecrow Show Returns for Sixth Year

Pumpkins, scarecrows and harvest time all go together at this time of the year. The city of Wayne will be giving scarecrows the center stage at this year's 6th Annual Scarecrow Show being held in the...

 

THE GUIDANCE CENTER CELEBRATES IT'S 60TH ANNIVERSARY

The Guidance Center (TGC) celebrated six decades of service to the Downriver communities and all of Wayne County on Saturday, September 22nd at the Henry in Dearborn. The event brought out...

 

Ecorse Police Department's K9 Vader has received Body Armor

Ecorse Police Department's K9 Vader has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The vest was sponsored by...

 

PACE of Southeast Michigan Seeks to Improve Quality of Life for Seniors

In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control determined that Americans are living longer. Living longer can be a good thing, but it also brings questions about attaining a good quality of life as one ages...

 

Fundraiser Event to be Held in Downtown Wayne

The organization Wayne Main Street recently announced details of its signature fundraiser, Toast Wayne. The event, previously known as Jazz on the Avenue, will be held on Thursday, October 4, from 7...

 

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

"Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from...

 

Meet Your Best Friend At the Zoo

If opening your home to an animal in need of a forever family is something you'd like to do, consider the semi-annual event, Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo. The event will be held on Friday,...

 

Train Them Up!

The Lord Jesus instructed Christian parents to raise their children to reverence him and live according to his word. Ephesians 6: 4 Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Prophet Cedric Banks Interviews Mother Addie Green

Prophet Cedric Banks: We have a dynamite show for you today. We have a young lady here that is 98 years old. Mother Green welcome to The Community Shall Be Restored TV Program. Mother Green: Thank...

 

36th Annual African World Festival

The Annual African World Festival will be held this weekend at the Charles H. Wright Museum. It will feature performances, poetry, arts and crafts, African drumming and dance, vendors and ethnic...

 

Music in the Park a Great Way to Wind Down the Summer

If you enjoy upbeat dance music and oldies tunes, Garden City's Music in the Park is for you. The free event will take place Thursday evening, August 16, from 6 to 9 p.m. The evening's entertainment,...

 

Historic Home - A Testament to City's Troubled Race Relation

At first glance, If not for the presence of the sign designating the house a historic site, there is little to distinguish it from the rows of dilapidated buildings that surround it. The one and a...

 

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