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Published July 24, 2020

METRO DETROIT — Senior citizens are a favorite target for many scammers, and they have plenty to watch out for both from criminals and from unscrupulous businesses who seek to take advantage of them.

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Published July 24, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — A majority of the Sterling Heights City Council recently decided to wait a few weeks before voting on whether to move a proposed diversity and inclusion commission forward.

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Published July 24, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — A new denser building development strategy could soon be coming to an intersection near you.

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Published July 24, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — Amazon plans to bring a greater presence to Sterling Heights’ doorstep, offering the region hundreds of new jobs, city officials said in a July 15 announcement.

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Published July 24, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — After waiting weeks for answers and with no clues as to when he’d receive the unemployment insurance he had signed up for, Matthew Scherer, of Shelby Township, had had enough with automated messages, emails and red tape.

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Published July 24, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — A new election center at the Sterling Heights Senior Center is ready to assist residents in exercising their right to vote in the Aug. 4 primary elections, particularly as many voters are choosing to fill out their ballots away from the polls.

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Published July 24, 2020

WARREN/CENTER LINE/STERLING HEIGHTS — Several local candidates filed, by the July 21 deadline, to run for school board positions in Macomb County.

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Published July 24, 2020

MACOMB COUNTY — The COVID-19 pandemic is not stopping county and municipal clerks from properly preparing for the Aug. 4 primary election.

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Published July 23, 2020

METRO DETROIT — On April 1, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The order was to last until June when it was extended to last until July 15.

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Published July 22, 2020

METRO DETROIT — Across the United States, about 5 million employees work from home at least half of the time, according to the U.S. Census American Community Survey. That number has likely been pushed higher now — at least temporarily, but in some cases permanently — by a shift in the way companies do business in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published July 21, 2020

METRO DETROIT — One group of professionals is hoping students will head back to school in the fall, despite the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Published July 21, 2020

METRO DETROIT — The nonprofit Shades of Pink Foundation, which provides temporary financial assistance to breast cancer patients, had three weeks to produce a virtual evening of entertainment, fundraising, celebration and support.

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Published July 20, 2020

METRO DETROIT — The Michigan High School Athletic Association announced July 17 its plan to start fall sports as scheduled.

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Published July 17, 2020

METRO DETROIT — With so many people struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Salvation Army of Metro Detroit and Toyota have joined to help out those in need. On July 13, the Salvation Army kicked off its Summer in the City fundraising campaign presented by Toyota. The nonprofit organization’s goal is to raise $250,000 for families experiencing financial hardship because of medical issues or lost wages.

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Published July 17, 2020

METRO DETROIT — Social distancing requirements necessitating the avoidance of large groups aren’t ideal for summer food outreaches built around the Meet Up and Eat Up concept. The needs still exist, and in some cases they may be even greater.

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Published July 17, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS/UTICA/SHELBY TOWNSHIP — The Utica Academy for International Studies is getting a name change in honor of a longtime Utica Community Schools advocate and Board of Education member.

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Published July 17, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — Sterling Heights recently appointed a new Zoning Board of Appeals member, but he swiftly turned down the offer. And the discussion that his appointment raised over how the city should approach diversity and representation is ongoing.

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Published July 17, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS/HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Sterling Heights is looking to bring the headquarters of the newest military command to Macomb County. Sterling Heights Mayor Michael Taylor submitted a nomination to consider Sterling Heights as the headquarters for United States Space Command June 30.

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Published July 17, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — The Sterling Heights City Council showed its faith in Fiat Chrysler Automobiles July 7 by unanimously voting to grant it a tax abatement deal for leasing a new building at Sterling Enterprise Park.

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Published July 17, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — Something round is drawing attention in Sterling Heights, and this time it’s not The Halo. The Michigan Auto Law blog, which runs annual lists of Michigan’s “most dangerous intersections,” in late June dubbed Sterling Heights’ roundabout at 18 1/2 Mile Road and Van Dyke Avenue the most dangerous intersection in the state.

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