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Restored Kiwanis Club in Wayne Will Make a Spring Debut

The city of Wayne is seeking to introduce a newly revived Kiwanis Club and wants to make it known that they are actively looking for anyone interested in becoming a member. Kiwanis Clubs are community... Full story

 

Plans for Reactivation of the Highland Park NAACP are Underway

The NAACP Michigan State Conference has been actively working to reactivate the NAACP Highland Park Branch. The Organizing Committee has been meeting at different locations and virtually throughout...

 

Womack Temple CME Serves the Community Easter Ham Giveaway Provides Holiday Dinner for Local Residents

The Fifth Annual Easter Ham Giveaway was held on Thursday, March 28 at Womack Temple C.M.E. Church in Inkster. The event was held in partnership with Forgotten Harvest, Dearborn Sausage, and...

 

Summer Programs Convening Roundtable Objective:

INKSTER - Think about it, Talk about it, Plan it and then Do it. The IT that was the topic of discussion on Monday, March 25, was Summer Enhancement Activities for the youth in Inkster. A cross functi...

 

Colorectal cancer Known As the Silent Killer, Know How to Reduce Your Chances of Death

Extremely prevalent in the United States, did you know that 1 in 20 Americans will be diagnosed with colon cancer in their lifetime? It's unfortunate but the truth remains, this type of cancer,...

 

Women's Day Showcase: Shelly Books and More

It's the American way to be compensated for your skill, output, or quality of work. Professional Athletes are paid millions. High school and college athletes are also starting to receive benefits for...

 

WOMEN IN POWER: SHANNON DULIN

Longtime Detroiter, former Michigan community investment leader brings nearly 20 years' experience to 13 states across the U.S. DETROIT, Mich. (March 21, 2024) – Comcast today announced that S...

 

FROM CREW MEMBER, TO PROUD MCDONALD'S OWNER-OPERATOR

REDFORD, Mich. – (March 25, 2024) – Not listening to his mother paid off for Antoine Evans, who is now the proud Owner/Operator of three Detroit-area McDonald's restaurants. "I started working at McDo...

 

Hummingbird Bean Soup is Both Flavorful and Convenient

More than 15 years ago, one of our local Detroit newspaper's food section ran a piece on an easy to make, chili-like soup called Hummingbird Bean Soup. I saved the clipping, tried out the recipe, and...

 

City of Wayne's DDA Egg-Cellent Adventure is Underway

The city of Wayne Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is preparing some warm weather fun in the city. From March 18 through March 30, Wayne's Egg-Cellent Adventure will take place. "Each week we hide...

 

Evaluate Your Diet and Exercise Habits During National Nutrition Month

In March, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program is joining with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to encourage Michiganders to...

 

National Kidney Month message: Stay healthy, stay covered

DETROIT, MICH. – (March 1, 2024) – March is National Kidney Month. The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) encourages everyone to find out their risk for kidney disease and make sure the...

 
 By StatePoint    Lifestyles    March 7, 2024

Get Your Credit Report in Spanish and Get Empowered

(StatePoint) Knowledge is power, particularly when it comes to understanding your personal credit history. A survey from Experian finds that 25% of U.S. Hispanic-Latinos want to know what information...

 

It's Election Season, Get to know the Candidates by Reading

Over the next six months, everyone who is at least 18 years of age will have a chance to use their voice. It's Election season in Michigan. The Primary election will be held in August. However with...

 

Biden Administration Takes Step to Curb Credit Card Fees, Bridge Racial Disparities

In a move to confront racial disparities in credit terms, the Biden administration has unveiled a proposal to cap credit card late fees at $8, challenging the longstanding issue of "junk fees" that di...

 

Black History Month holds personal significance for activities supervisor at Beaumont Commons, Dearborn

Dearborn, Mich., February 26, 2024 – Shavon Baker is well known for planning and promoting a vast number of activities year-round for residents on and off the campus of Beaumont Commons, Dearborn ...

 

The Secret is Out!! Mascots Revealed at Bowling Green University

The Awesome Reveal - The new class of Freddie & Frieda Mascots at Bowling Green University j...

 

Mother Hattie White turns 102 Years Old

"Well, Hello My Child!" is the greeting you receive when you call her on the phone. Mother Hattie (Cross) White of Detroit has been blessed by God to see another year. Our matriarch will turn 102 on...

 

Maria Gokey turns 98 years old - Spends decades serving the Ecorse Community

Maria Gokey may be small in stature, but her words come across huge. She is loved by her family, friends and neighbors and uses her words to encourage them whenever she has a chance. One thing that...

 

Stomach Cancer Is Rising in America

Stomach cancer is expected to reach more than 27,000 new cases this year. More than 10,000 deaths are expected, as a result of the disease. Do you know what to expect? Do you know the warning signs...

 

Gun Violence Prevention Advocates Urge Lawmakers to Address Root Causes

LANSING, Mich. –– On the anniversary of the tragic Michigan State University shooting and the very day that legislation prompted by the shooting in East Lansing and Oxford came into effect, adv...

 

The community celebrates Mrs. Claudia's 109th Birthday

What a joy it was to see Mrs. Claudia Williams last week. On February 7, 2024, she celebrated her 109th birthday. Ms. Claudia, or Granny as she is called by most of the River Rouge and Tri City commun...

 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

The Western Wayne County NAACP held their February General Membership meeting at the Canton Public Library on Monday, February 12th. Over fifty people from throughout the Western Wayne County area...

 

Operation Refuge serving the residents in Inkster and beyond

The Telegram News has continued on our DOING THE WORK SERIES. The series will spotlight non-profits in Metropolitan Detroit that are serving the community. This week we set down with Pastor Velma...

 

Are Naps Beneficial?

Oftentimes you will hear a person or a group of people say, that they need a trip or that they just need to relax. Well, my response to them is, when's the last time that you've had a nap during the d...

 

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