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Published February 18, 2021

DETROIT — The Michigan Science Center is welcoming in more people than ever with its free admission days.

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Published February 21, 2021

METRO DETROIT — Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is providing services and resources to society’s most vulnerable, during a tumultuous period due to the ongoing pandemic.

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Published February 19, 2021

HARPER WOODS — A University of Michigan program is looking at methods for aiding local businesses during the difficulties of COVID-19 and are talking with several Harper Woods-area businesses to gather data.

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Published February 18, 2021

METRO DETROIT — Whether it be whiffle ball in the backyard, tee ball for the city team or playing video games on the TV, baseball has been a constant in Dugan Darnell’s life for as long as he can remember.

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Published February 20, 2021

METRO DETROIT — From a low of leaving a show after just a day to a high of months of great sales, the boating industry has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic better than other industries, likely because its product is designed to be used in the relative safety of outdoors.

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Published February 22, 2021

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HARRISON TOWNSHIP — The 32-year-old Nature Center at Lake St. Clair Metropark has undergone a facelift thanks to a grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

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Published February 15, 2021

WARREN — “Nick” Joswiak celebrated more than his second dose of the coronavirus vaccine on Feb. 15. It's also his 101st birthday.

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Published February 9, 2021

TROY — A local fitness center has been fined $700 by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration for allegedly breaking three COVID-19 workplace safety guidelines.

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Published February 9, 2021

TROY — As a kid, most of us owned a favorite toy, or maybe it was a favorite game played with family. Maybe your favorite toy evolved as you grew, from Lincoln Logs to Legos, Beanie Babies to Barbies.

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Published February 11, 2021

SOUTHFIELD — Levey Middle School eighth grade teacher Chrisondra Austin has had a partnership with Lawrence Technological University for roughly three years now. Over those three years, the Lawrence Tech STEM Center has conducted experiments with the students at Levey in hopes of getting them interested in pursuing a degree in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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Published February 10, 2021

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ROYAL OAK/TROY — When Royal Oak Public Library Director Emily Dumas, who has filled the role for the past two years, saw an opening to lead the Troy Public Library, she jumped on it.

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Published February 12, 2021

FARMINGTON HILLS — Longtime Salvation Army supporter Colleen Burke, a 32-year-old resident of Farmington Hills, was announced as a winner of the Salvation Army of Metro Detroit’s “Watch for Good” volunteer initiative.

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Published February 10, 2021

FARMINGTON — Since its inception in 2009, Janet Cadeau and Amy Donato have watched the Farmington Public Schools’ program for future health professionals blossom into a strong after-school activity.

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Published February 9, 2021

METRO DETROIT — Families once were busy running from school to dance class to basketball practice, and from family parties to hanging out with friends all weekend, but the past months have made for a change of pace that’s affecting how residents feel about the importance of their yard to their peace of mind.

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Published February 10, 2021

ROCHESTER HILLS — Oakland University is offering financial assistance to those working the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published February 9, 2021

ROCHESTER HILLS — Students in the Rochester area can win a chance to have their art applied directly to the surface of Auburn Road in Rochester Hills for all to see this summer.

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Published February 10, 2021

ROCHESTER — Michigan restaurants and bars have once again reopened for indoor dining, bringing much welcome life — and business — to local eateries.

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Published February 9, 2021

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — Last November, Grosse Pointe Woods city officials closed all city buildings to the public for a second time because of the increasingly high numbers of COVID-19 cases being reported.

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Published February 11, 2021

GROSSE POINTE PARK — The legacy of Oscar Hammerstein — the librettist and lyricist of Broadway favorites “The Sound Of Music,” “Carousel,” “South Pacific” and more — is living on through a new international contest.

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Published February 10, 2021

GROSSE POINTE PARK — After being closed for six months for renovations, the Ewald Branch of the Grosse Pointe Public Library is open for curbside service.  

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