Metro Detroit has some amazing locally-owned pizza choices, and we’ve had the chance to try a nice variety of them.
The Oakland Cares Mental Health Counseling & Resource Events will be in various locations to make it accessible to residents throughout the county.
SEMCOG’s Regional Forecast projects that the number of people age 65 and older will grow substantially, by 67% from 2015 to 2045.
Several Metro Detroit area school districts have opted to close school on Thursday, with some closing Friday as well.
Conagra has received two reports to date of injury (dental damage) associated with the recalled product.
“Expansion of Kirtland’s warblers into new areas, and in greater numbers, is good news for the future of the species in Michigan,” said DNR Director Dan Eichinger.
Here at ReLeaf Michigan, we know autumn is a time for football, apple cider, and corn mazes; but it’s also a great time to assess your home landscaping needs and to prepare your yard for winter!
As the holiday season approaches, HAVEN is organizing its annual Gift Giveaway for survivors of intimate partner abuse and sexual assault.
“We want to hear about priorities and needs of older adults and caregivers in our community,” says Katie Wendel, director of Planning and Advocacy.
Oakland County Deputy County Executive Chris Ward has been named Parks Director for Oakland County Parks and Recreation.
Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed SB 153, the second half of a bipartisan package to repeal the tax on essential menstrual products,
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“These grants will help non-profit organizations that work in the realm of mental and behavioral health expand their ability to provide resources to our residents.”
…it means depending on one’s zip code there it means a seven year gap in opportunity for younger citizens in some cities.
Services will include $10 vaccinations for dogs and cats, $20 microchips, $20 heartworm tests and other preventative treatments including flea prevention and dewormer.
“With this ongoing heat wave compounded by air quality issues, we encourage everyone to take care this weekend.”