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Published November 10, 2017

Published November 8, 2017

In the special election to fill the District 1 state representative seat vacated following the resignation of Brian Banks in February, Democrat Tenisha Yancey has won with 7,266 votes.

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Published November 8, 2017

Two local Harper Woods races were on the Nov. 7 ballot, and the results are in.

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Published October 25, 2017

In the Advertiser Times coverage area, voters in Detroit and Harper Woods will cast ballots Nov. 7 for candidates running for the state House of Representatives District 1 seat, and Harper Woods voters will cast ballots for their mayor and City Council candidates. Candidates were asked, in 75 words or fewer, to state their top goal(s) if elected. If a candidate went over the word limit, (…) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent. The answers are printed verbatim.

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Published October 17, 2017

HARPER WOODS — School officials and members of the community gathered in Harper Woods Oct. 4 to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the Distinctive College Prep charter school.

The new school is located in the former facilities of Bishop Gallagher Catholic High School — later known as Trinity Catholic High School — which closed in 2005, and Starr Academy, which took over the space and used it until its own closing in 2017.

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Published October 17, 2017

METRO DETROIT — Millions of people across the United States are kept warm each year thanks to funding from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. However, declining federal appropriations means groups that receive money from this fund are finding it harder and harder to assist those in need.

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Published October 16, 2017

DETROIT — The Capuchin Soup Kitchen of Detroit is inviting members of the community to help it in its mission of feeding and serving the underprivileged by joining it at the 45th annual Support Our Capuchin Kitchen fundraiser.

The SOCK fundraiser will take place between 5:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 27, in Cobo Center’s Grand Riverview Ballroom. It will include a dinner and a silent auction followed by an afterglow reception.

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Published October 15, 2017

DETROIT — A long-standing art project in Detroit is looking to revitalize its presence in the community and expand to welcome in more aspiring artists from the community.

Since 1986, the Heidelberg Project, located in the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood on the city’s east side, has housed the work of artist Tyree Guyton. Those overseeing the Heidelberg Project now aim to expand beyond Guyton’s work with their new Heidelberg 3.0 project.

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Published October 14, 2017

DETROIT — Each year, the students of University of Detroit High School and Academy take part in Pledge Detroit, the school’s annual service project.

Begun as a walkathon in 1973 as a way of raising financial-aid support for students, it was changed in recent years to a series of cleanup and refurbishment projects done by the students at locations around Detroit. This year’s Pledge Detroit took place Oct. 3.

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