Category : Michigan

Midwest / Michigan - 1 week ago

Removing the Stigma of Being Black In America

Racism against black people is at an all-time high in the United States. However, racism and inequality are not new problems, just unsolved ones. For Joceyln Howard, commissioner candidate in Warren she is on a mission to remove the stigma of being B...

Midwest / Michigan - 1 week ago

New Car Insurance Options Start Thursday

By Scott McClallen (The Center Square) – Michigan drivers will be able to opt out of unlimited personal injury protection (PIP) insurance and cut costs on their car insurance rate beginning Thursday, when an insurance reform measure goes into effect...

Midwest / Michigan - 1 week ago

Wayne County Parks Open For Fourth Of July Holiday

(Photo Credit: Wayne County Parks Facebook) As the Fourth of July holiday approaches many families will be looking for ways to enjoy the warm weather and great outdoors. Despite the continued closure of many Wayne County Parks’ amenities and speciali...

Midwest / Michigan - 2 weeks ago

City Council approves $675,000 in budget amendments

Flint, MI–In a special meeting Monday night, the Flint City Council voted to approve budget amendments totaling more than half a million dollars just a couple days before the beginning of the new fiscal year.  Amendments to the budget were nece...

Midwest / Michigan - 2 weeks ago

Flint nears record for absentee ballot applications

Flint, MI–The City of Flint Clerk’s office has received close to 10,000 applications for absentee ballots since they were mailed out a month ago.  This puts Flint on track to beat its own record number of absentee ballot voters which was 10,666...

Midwest / Michigan - 2 weeks ago

Flint Youth Film Festival to be held online

Flint, MI — The 2020 Flint Youth Film Festival, an event spotlighting filmmakers, will be held for two weeks in July, 1-18, in a virtual format.  Now in its fifth year, the festival was created by The Flint Youth Media Project as a means to give youn...

Midwest / Michigan - 2 weeks ago

Juneteenth In The Hood

America has been locked in a constant state of transition and decay, since the first ship docked on the ports of Virginia in 1619. English and Spanish empires had their game plans locked down. The colonization process brought new laws, customs, and h...