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Democracy Continues as Local Governments Have Electronic Meetings

April 4th 2020

“We are taking every measure we can to mitigate the spread of coronavirus and protect Michigan families, but recognize that public bodies still have an obligation to conduct business as usual.”

United Way Sets up Coronavirus Response Fund, Touts 2-1-1 Hotline 

April 4th 2020

There are still 27 ways to help that range from food packaging, distribution and delivery to blood donations.

Foundations Fund Several COVID-19 Related Efforts

April 4th 2020

“In full participation with our foundation partners, we are making grants to provide support for targeted community needs arising from this crisis.”

Census Completion Stats – Where Does Your Community Stand?

April 3rd 2020

In order for communities to track how well their communities are responding, the Census Bureau set up a Response Rate map that updates daily…

Blue Ribbons and “Moonbeams” to Honor #HealthCareHeroes

April 3rd 2020

“We hope these kinds of activities will help reassure our team we’re all in this together.”

Governor’s Order Protects Employees Who Stay Home, Clarifies “Stay Home” Order

April 3rd 2020

“It’s crucial that anyone experiencing symptoms, and those they live with, stay home and stay safe.”

April 27: Area Agency on Aging 1-B Hosting Pop-Up Food Pantry for Seniors in Warren

April 3rd 2020

“Many seniors and their families are now feeling much more secure thanks to the emergency food boxes,”

Jonathan Schechter: Nature Writer, ER Paramedic, Adventurer

April 2nd 2020

Other topics have included coyotes and the massasauga rattlesnake, which is the only venomous snake in Oakland County.

Governor Orders School Buildings Closed Through End of School Year

April 2nd 2020

Every district’s plan will be different and will reflect what’s best and feasible for their community

Before the Closures: Rocky and Roberta’s Wedding Graces Ferndale High School

April 2nd 2020

“Never give up on the chance to find love again,” she said.