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ChristNet Services Gives the Homeless a Hand Up

Steve held a good job working as a roofer until one day in 2016 he fell off one while working and was injured. The ensuing health issues and financial crunch led to him and his family losing their...

 

Prophet Cedric Banks Interviews Public Safety Personnel from CrimeStoppers, Detroit Police Commissioners and DRACO

Prophet Cedric Banks: We have a great show for you today. Dan welcome to The Community Shall Be Restored. So your tracking down the killers. You know every time I look at you, you remind me so much...

 

Fort Street Presbyterian's Open Door Ministry Supports Homelessness in Detroit

was a chilly December morning in Detroit. Lashawna Forest just wanted to be someplace warm where the people were friendly. She opened the side door of Fort Street Presbyterian Church and found what...

 
 By KB    Lifestyles    December 20, 2018

'HAPPY 95TH BIRTHDAY HELEN FAIRNOT'

Helen was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan at 7845 Russell St. She has 100 Grandchildren, family and friends from the neighborhood. Helen says that what she want readers of the Telegram to know...

 

Want to be healthy over the holidays?

Putting away the smartphone, iPad and other device may be the first step to enjoying a healthier lifestyle during the holidays, says Jagdish Khubchandani, a member of the Global Health Institute at...

 

Winter is Coming-Is Your Car Ready?

It is now December and most people know it is a good idea to prepare their homes and even their wardrobes for the onslaught of winter. But not everyone gives the same forethought to their car or...

 

Home Winter Ready Tips with Blain's Farm & Fleet

Winterizing your home can save you cash and make your winter considerably more comfortable and relaxing. Make sure your home is ready for another Midwest winter with these Fall Home Maintenance Tips...

 

Inkster's Mayor Nolen Connects with Residents at Monthly Lunch Event

In order for an elected official to know how to best fulfill their job, he or she needs to get in touch with the constituents they were elected to serve. Inkster Mayor Byron Nolen knows this first...

 

A Native to Know: Ira Hayes

One of the most famous and iconic photographs in American history shows the American flag being raised on the island of Iwo Jima in February of 1945, in the Pacific theater during WW II. The flag was...

 

Santa's Magic Forest opens November 24

TAYLOR – Santa's Magic Forest opens for the season during the City of Taylor Winterfest on Saturday, November 24, 2018, at the Heritage Park Activity Building, 12111 Pardee Road. "Downriver's...

 

A Native American to Know: Susan LaFlesche Picotte

Life is not easy for anyone. Add gender and race to the barriers faced by most, and it becomes the fact that those who succeed in the face of such barriers become sources of inspiration for us all....

 

Dearborn Animal Shelter Receives New Clock Just in Time to Fall Back

The Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit (FAMD) recently held an open house to celebrate its new adoption facility in Dearborn. The effort took nearly 15 years and the education and adoption center is...

 

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...

 

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