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This Woman Is An Inspiration: Kierra Wilson

A simple google search will tell you that a woman is "an adult female human being". Although that statement is true, the definition of what a woman is goes far beyond the simplicity of gender. Some pe...

 

Colleen Ivana Jones: The Power Of Space

Are there any specific personality traits that come to mind when you envision an entrepreneur? Talent? Intelligence? Charisma? Colleen Ivana Jones. Simply known as Ivana, or Vonnie possess these quali...

 

Mask Off. Forget It. Mask On

Many communities are finding they are in the clear to ditch masks indoors. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has three determining factors to mask lift: hospital beds being used, hospital...

 

Colorectal Cancer Disproportionately affects The African American Community

Have you made and attended your colorectal cancer screening appointment this year? Now is the time to get into the doctor's office. The U.S. Multisociety Task Force on Colorectal Cancer has updated...

 

MDHHS reminds residents about availability, importance of COVID testing

ANSING - The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is announcing a new feature on the COVID-19 test finder that now lists wait times for many testing sites across the state. This will help make testing easier to plan for ­-...

 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Members of the Detroit Downriver APRI Chapter in support of the Black Vote Matters organization attended the 57th Anniversary of the Bloody Sunday March in Selma Alabama in Kalamazoo, Michigan. This...

 

Health and Business Expo Coming to Westland

The 2022 Health and Business Expo will take place on Saturday, March 12 at Westland Shopping Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sponsors for the event are Smoler Smiles Family Dentistry, Michigan...

 

Meet your new park rangers! Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge!

Hello, my name is Jazmyn Bernard, the new environmental education park ranger at the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge! I am a passionate anime lover, traveling enthusiast, and strategic pla...

 

Black History Month – Black Health and Wellness

African Americans still deal with the ramifications of their ancestors being captured and tortured as slaves. Studies at the university level, reveal that the legacy of slavery continues to bleed...

 

With Her Speedskating Gold Medal, Erin Jackson Hopes to Inspire More Black Girls in Winter Sports

While the Super Bowl expectedly received all the attention in the sports world on Sunday, February 13, the Winter Olympics provided a most historical moment. Erin Jackson became the first Black woman...

 

2022 Black History Month highlights Black health and wellness

DETROIT - During Black History Month in February, the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is raising awareness about staying well to avoid chronic disease such as diabetes, kidney disease an...

 

Community Staple Celebrates 67 Years: RollerCade Detroit

Last weekend, RollerCade Detroit celebrated 67 years of being in business. Local skaters from the Tri-City area, skaters from greater metro Detroit, downriver, western wayne county and skaters from...

 

River Rouge Floral Shop Offers Quality and Personal Service

Now and Forever Flower Boutique in River Rouge just recently celebrated one year in business. The family-owned floral shop is operated by Ecorse resident LaWanda Hines and her parents, Henrietta and...

 

Animal Outreach Program Held in River Rouge

On January 30, Animal Resource Funding Foundation (ARFF) partnered with the city of River Rouge to bring resources to residents to assist with the care of family pets. River Rouge Mayor Michael...

 

Reclaim Your Health During National Heart Month

In 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson-the victim of a heart attack himself-- proclaimed February to be American Heart Month. Since that time U.S. presidents have annually made the same proclamation...

 

Happy 100th Birthday Mother Hattie White

Hattie Cross White was born on February 23, 1922, in Eutaw Alabama. She relocated to River Rouge at the age of 13 and attended school in the River Rouge School System. On June 22, 1946, she married Al...

 

What are the Winter Blues and how to Make Them Melt Away

Snow is falling, the nights are getting longer, and stores are playing holiday music; these are all signs that winter has begun. For many, the fresh snow, sweets, and holiday cheer can bring a lot of...

 

Motown Soup is Good for the Community

Sometimes all it takes is one good idea to inspire a vigorous campaign in favor of a good cause. In 2004, Dan Karlin was Director of Social Ministries at Trinity Lutheran Church in Utica and came up...

 

DIFS Warns Consumers of Possible Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association Refund Scams

LANSING - The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) is encouraging consumers to be on the lookout for scammers who may try to exploit the recent announcement that Michigan...

 

NEED A HELPING HAND?

The expanded child tax credit expired on December 31 after Congress failed to renew it as part of President Biden's Build Back Better Act. Monthly payments began going out to roughly 35 million...

 

New Legislation to Improve Local Responses to Mental Health Emergencies

Two bills which recently passed through the Michigan Legislature are aimed at providing resources for law enforcement agencies when responding to emergency calls involving an individual in the midst...

 

MICHIGAN OFFERS A CLEAN SLATE TO DRIVE

What is on your driving record.? Now is the time to check it out. Getting your driver's license back is one vital step to taking control of your life. As the new year starts it's time to check things...

 

SENIOR STAR - JEAN LIDDELL (AYLER)

"Rise in the presence of the aged, show respect for the elderly and revere your God. I am the LORD" Leviticus 19:32 (NIV) JEAN LIDDELL (AYLER) AGE: 80 + LIVES IN INKSTER She was born in Inkster...

 

Plan Ahead for Phase Out of 3G Cellular Networks and Service

If your mobile phone is more than a few years old, you may need to upgrade your device before your mobile provider shuts down its 3G network, to avoid losing service. For more information on your...

 

Deadline is January 10th for Michigan Private Nonprofits To Apply for Disaster Loans for Severe Storms, Flooding and Tornadoes

ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is reminding eligible Private Nonprofit (PNPs) organizations in Michigan of the Jan. 10 deadline to submit disaster applications for physical... Full story

 

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