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Michigan to Unveil a Sign Named 'Violet T. Lewis Memorial Highway' On Lodge Freeway Detroit

DETROIT – On August 25, 2021, at 11:00 am, there will be a Memorial Highway Sign Celebration to honor Dr. Violet T. Lewis'- founder of Lewis College of Business, a history making, non-profit...

 

Joyce Phillips shares her love of gardening with the community

Joyce Phillips, who very proudly calls herself an octogenarian, is a retired RN by profession, a farmer at heart, and a community champion. She volunteers in Westland at the Hope Clinic and with the...

 

Ecorse Senior Birthday Club Hosts Outdoor Party

Members of the Ecorse Senior Birthday Club held its first birthday celebration in almost 17 months on Friday, July 30 at the Ecorse boat ramp picnic shelter on Jefferson Avenue. A picnic lunch for...

 

The Youth Views On Voting

Voting is a controversial topic for a lot of people. Many people have their own opinions and experiences on voting and whether it's beneficial or not. Not everybody cares much about voting while...

 

SENIOR STAR GEORGIA MCPHAUL 80 years old - Ecorse

Georgia is not a stranger to hard work. Her love of people leads her to work with many organizations whose focus is on helping people. Her time spent at the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries is where...

 

MI Health Officials Prioritize Equity in Calls for Residents to Get Vaccinated

FLINT. - Michigan health officials are prioritizing equity as they continue to urge more residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The Delta variant now accounts for the majority of infections...

 

Western Wayne County NAACP kicks off Each One Reach One Membership Campaign

In celebration of Western Wayne County NAACP's Founder's Day, the Membership Committee has launched their 'Each One Reach One' Membership Campaign. We are asking all of the members of Western Wayne...

 

Can't Swim? Top 4 Reasons Why You Need To Learn!

Black PR Wire) Why on earth should you bother to learn to swim at your age? Because swimming is one of the best, low-impact ways to get your whole body into gear. It works practically all of the...

 

Westland to Launch Comprehensive Mosquito Abatement Program

Westland, MI - Due to the recent wet weather, the City of Westland is being proactive in its fight against the summer pest through a comprehensive mosquito abatement program. This program is designed...

 

Don't Get Faked Out! How to Avoid Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards

From coast to coast, local and federal law enforcement agencies are finding some bad players who are preying on the public's fears in order to profit from the pandemic. The sale of fake COVID-19...

 

Clean Up, Clean Up Everybody do their share

Community volunteers came out again to help clean up the Ecorse Creek. This team is continuing with the work they started last year. Each month they come out and do a little bit more to make this...

 

Delta Variant Now Makes up 83 Percent of all U.S. COVID Cases

The delta variant of the coronavirus now accounts for roughly 83 percent of all U.S. COVID-19 cases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky announced on Tuesday,...

 

How to Protect Your Family from the Delta Variant

(StatePoint) Despite significant gains in vaccinations and fighting COVID-19, the rise of the more transmissible Delta variant poses a significant risk for unvaccinated people. "We are at a critical...

 

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month and the month offers organizations of all types and sizes a wonderful opportunity to create mental health awareness in diverse communities. The...

 

Precautions Of Driving Under The Influence

The most dangerous drivers on the road are users of alcohol and marijuana. When you consume alcohol or marijuana right before driving you engage in a certain type of behavior that's dangerous for...

 

Leading Causes of Death and Greater COVID-19 Impact on Black Men in the U.S.

As life starts to return to a "new" normal from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are slowly coming to a point where the number of COVID-19 cases are decreasing. More and more individuals are able to receive...

 

Resources for flood victims

Since Friday night, Wayne Metro Community Action Agency has been working alongside local leaders and organizations to support residents who experienced severe flooding due to the rain event of June...

 

Councilwoman La'Gina Washington Working to Bring Opportunities to Inkster Residents

As a young woman, La'Gina Washington became caregiver to her elderly grandparents. The role nurtured the characteristics of compassion and patience within her, she says. It also taught her a bit...

 

KICKING IT BACK TO BLACK HISTORY

Juneteenth (officially a federal holiday [17 June 2021] in the United States and known as Jubilee Day, Freedom Day and Black Independence Day) is the date June 19th commemorating the emancipation of...

 

Planting for Pollinators Event Held at Fort Street Bridge Park

On Wednesday morning, June 23, a collection of non-profit and community organizations, along with industrial partners, volunteers, and community members descended on the Fort Street Bridge Park in...

 

Focus HOPE Supporting Seniors Facing Food Insecurity

In 1971, Focus: HOPE beganproviding supplemental food for pregnant and post-partum mothers, infants and children up to age six, through its participation in the federal Commodity Supplemental Food...

 

Women find regular walking helps to lose weight, build confidence ― even complete 5Ks!

In 2019, a group of eight women, ages 56 to 77 years old, from southeast Michigan met through the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP). The group, including their lifestyle coach, bonded with each other...

 

City of Detroit Extends Emergency Order Aimed at Reducing Transmission of COVID-19 until July 31

DETROIT, June 23, 2021 - In response to the public health emergency and the risk posed by a resurgence of COVID-19, Detroit's Chief Public Health Officer Denise Fair issued an emergency public health...

 

10 THINGS AFRICAN-AMERICANS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PROSTATE CANCER

1. One in seven African-American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. 2. African-American men are 2.2 times as likely as white men to die of prostate cancer. 3. It is...

 
 By Gail Monds    Lifestyles    June 17, 2021

Westland Police starts Neighborhood Safety Program

he Westland Police Department kicked off the inaugural Neighborhood Safety Program at Rotary Park on Saturday, June 5, 2021. The purpose of the meeting was to address neighborhood concerns including,...

 

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