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Benson encourages Michigan high school students to engage young voters as MI Vote Matters Team Captains

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson today announced Michigan high school students can now apply to serve as a MI Vote Matters Team Captain for the Fall 2022 semester. The Michigan Department of State...

 

Inkster native has shot at nationwide magazine cover

It's not everyday someone gets a chance at a nationwide magazine cover. That's a fact Andranae Moore is very aware of. "I'm just happy to be in this position," the 25-year-old Inkster native said...

 

It Takes A Village to Raise a Child

Over the last month, the Cities of Ecorse and River Rouge have become the latest cities that have seen an increase in the number of shootings of innocent bystanders. The leadership in both...

 

Little Mr. & Mrs. Inkster Pageant Returns

On Saturday May 28th, 2022 the Inkster community center accepted sponsorships and plenty of community support to host a pageant. The pageant's main objective was to select a new Mister and Misses...

 

Unclaimed & Unidentified Persons Search

The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office processes approximately 3,000 cases of unidentified persons each year. Our goal is to give respect and dignity to each decedent within our office. We are making these decedent's records available to the...

 

What You Need To Know About Marijuana Use and Teens

The teen years are a time of growth, exploration, and risk-taking. Some risk-taking may foster identity development and independence (e.g., running for student council, asking someone out on a date). However, some risk behaviors-such as using...

 

Shine the Light on World Sickle Cell Day, June 19th

We all should be shining our light on June 19th for World Sickle Cell Day.There are many challenges that patients, their families and caregivers experience. Officially designated, as the...

 

Walking the Beat with Rudy Returns to Garden City for a Second Year

The Garden City Police Department's summer community engagement events kicked off on the evening of Thursday, June 2 with the second annual Walking the Beat with Rudy. Officer Bruce Shippe, one of...

 

Men's Health Month: Bringing Awareness To Men's Health Issues During The Month Of June

Celebrated each year during June, Men's Health Month brings awareness to the health issues all men face. Hosted by Men's Health Network since 1992, the month is dedicated to enriching men's health...

 

A new nature playscape at the refuge

Did you know that getting kids outside for as little as 20 minutes a day can help reduce their stress as much as 28%? At Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, we know that nature is good for...

 

National Baby Formula Shortage Leaving Parents Concerned About Supply

The pandemic-related supply chain disruption along with a recall of powdered infant formulas produced in Michigan combined to create frustration and uncertainty in parents whose infant children rely...

 

Inaugural Homecoming Celebration to be Held in Inkster

The city of Inkster will be hosting its first-ever Homecoming Celebration from Friday, May 27 through Monday, May 30. Inkster Mayor Patrick Wimberly says he and city leaders wanted to organize a famil...

 

River Rouge Planning to Celebrate Centenary All Year Long

With the coming of warm weather, city leaders in River Rouge are announcing upcoming events for the summer season to help observe the city's centenary, or 100th birthday. The 100-year celebration come...

 

Eden Park 1st Annual Carnival & Memorial Day Music Fest

This weekend The Tri-City Development Corporation is sponsoring a community wide carnival and Memorial Day Music Fest. The events will take place from Friday May 27th to Sunday May 29th at the corner... Full story

 

Job Corps Launches Recruitment Drive in Michigan

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor's Job Corps program has launched a recruitment drive in Michigan, offering immediate openings and free career training for low-income students ages 16–24...

 

Black Men Die of Prostate Cancer at Double the Rate of All Other Races

Benjamin J. Lambert IV, a member of one of the most prominent Black families in Virginia's public service history, lost his battle to prostate cancer on Monday, June 3, 2019. He was only 52. His fathe...

 

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY! TIPS FOR A HEALTHIER MOTHER'S DAY

Mother's Day is just around the corner! It is a special day where we can honor and celebrate our mother. Celebrated each year on the 2nd Sunday of May, Mother's Day is also a day to celebrate...

 

Peeling License Plates are a problem

You may have read Winter- Water- Wonderland and recall seeing navy blue license plates with bright yellow letters slowing increase in popularity among Michigan vehicles this year. Something else you...

 

Livonia Coffee Shop to Host Car Show

Anastasia and Katie's Coffee Shop in Livonia will be hosting a Cars and Coffee Car Show on Saturday, May 14. The show will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Classic car enthusiasts are invited to bring...

 

Community Clean Up Day Held in Wayne

The annual Downtown Wayne Clean Up Day was held on Saturday, April 23. The event is held each year on the weekend following Earth Day and is hosted by the organization Wayne Ripple Effect (formerly...

 

Cannabis Is More Than Just a Drug

Cannabis stores in our communities, seem to be popping up more often and are becoming more popular. Some people believe it's beneficial for the local economy, while others are just down right...

 

Prostate Cancer Rising in Black America

As the United States continues to grapple with its legacy of systemic racism, debates on issues such as police brutality and racial profiling, the economic gulf between Blacks and Whites, and the...

 

Tips to Help You Reset From a Woman Who Lost 60 Pounds

(StatePoint) Being indoors makes it easy to pack on unwanted pounds and fall into less than healthy patterns. The warm weather months however are the perfect time to reset and take control of your...

 

Local Non-Profit Promotes Bicycle Safety and Independence

In 1988, a special education student in Battle Creek was injured by a car while riding a bicycle at night without a bike helmet. Special Education Teacher John Waterman became concerned as it was one...

 

Wayne County Parks Are Waiting for You

Spring has arrived and after two years of sheltering at home, almost everyone is ready to get out and participate in outdoor activities. The 43 communities of Wayne County are served by 5,600 acres...

 

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