Sadly the rain has already begun to wash the powdery colors away, but the pictures are a hit on social media.
The musicians on West Lewiston plan to keep the concerts going through the “stay home, stay safe” order, getting together from a safe distance once a week to jam.
We appreciate the patience of our customers and the efforts of employees as conditions change on a day-to-day basis.”
“There are a lot of families that don’t fall under the poverty threshold, but their worlds have been turned upside down,”
But there is plenty to be seen, including the Downtown Development Authority’s investment in public art…
Eleven 3D printers are able to produce the shields at a rate of one shield every 3 minutes.
Beyond books and databases, Ferndale Library cardholders can also access Mango Languages and select a course on more than 70 languages…
We have all heard about the problems caused by flushing “flushable” wipes in the past, but now we also have to deal with disinfectant wipes and gloves too!
The decision to continue to expand bed space in Southeast Michigan is a proactive measure in anticipation of additional need as the response to COVID-19 continues.
SMART will redirect buses to main corridor routes which are still seeing significant ridership – and certainly warrant more buses to better facilitate social distancing.
“If you can sew a straight line on a home sewing machine, you are good.”
“This is a hard time for families, and we will continue to put their health and safety first when making these decisions.”
Firefighters arrived from both Ferndale and Hazel Park and quickly contained the fire.
“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.”
There are still 27 ways to help that range from food packaging, distribution and delivery to blood donations.
“In full participation with our foundation partners, we are making grants to provide support for targeted community needs arising from this crisis.”
In order for communities to track how well their communities are responding, the Census Bureau set up a Response Rate map that updates daily…
“We hope these kinds of activities will help reassure our team we’re all in this together.”
“It’s crucial that anyone experiencing symptoms, and those they live with, stay home and stay safe.”
Other topics have included coyotes and the massasauga rattlesnake, which is the only venomous snake in Oakland County.