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Coronavirus

Published March 23, 2020

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FRASER/CLINTON TOWNSHIP — On March 12, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ordered the closure of all K-12 school buildings — public, private and boarding — starting March 16 and concluding April 5. At press time, school buildings are scheduled to reopen Monday, April 6. 

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Published March 23, 2020

FRASER — On March 17, Fraser Mayor Mike Carnagie signed a state of emergency as the coronavirus outbreak continues to leave cities and residents with more questions than answers.

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Published March 23, 2020

METRO DETROIT — Every night at 7 p.m., young kiddos in the Birmingham-Bloomfield area snuggle in with their favorite grownups and log in to a virtual meeting room. The families take turns reading their favorite bedtime story to the other kids in the video chat, and before shutting off their computers, they share a nightly prayer.

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Published March 22, 2020

METRO DETROIT — COVID-19 has forced many people into their homes to help stop the spread of the viral disease.

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Published March 20, 2020

UTICA — Following the recent announcement of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, the city of Utica has taken precautions to stop the spread of the virus.

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Published March 20, 2020

ROSEVILLE/EASTPOINTE — In every community around Michigan, there is an eerie stillness where, not long ago, there was hustle and bustle: School desks sit empty, barstools grow cold, store shelves lie bare.

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Published March 20, 2020

ROSEVILLE — The COVID-19 virus has made wearing surgical masks in public a common sight. However, with so many people wearing them, many medical facilities are running short, and the medical professionals who need them most can’t get them.

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Published March 20, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — Schools may be closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, but stomachs need to be filled — especially those belonging to students who struggle with food insecurity.  

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Published March 20, 2020

STERLING HEIGHTS — In every community around Michigan, there is an eerie stillness where, not long ago, there was hustle and bustle: School desks sit empty, barstools grow cold, store shelves lie bare.

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Published March 20, 2020

ST. CLAIR SHORES — School may be closed for weeks on end, but that doesn’t mean students suddenly don’t need the resources and support they get inside those walls.

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Published March 20, 2020

ST. CLAIR SHORES — In every community around Michigan, there is an eerie stillness where, not long ago, there was hustle and bustle: School desks sit empty, barstools grow cold, store shelves lie bare.

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Published March 20, 2020

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Following an executive order by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the city of St. Clair Shores closed its library, Senior Activity Center, Civic Arena and golf course to the public as of March 16 to minimize the community spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19.

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Published March 20, 2020

METRO DETROIT — On March 19, Ascension St. John Hospital officials updated its visitor restrictions for all of its hospitals and ambulatory sites. The restrictions are consistent with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order to help protect the health and safety of patients, families, and health care staff from the spread of COVID-19.

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Published March 20, 2020

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CENTER LINE/WARREN/STERLING HEIGHTS — With Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s three-week mandatory shutdown of all Michigan schools from March 16 to April 5, educators, parents and students are doing what they can to adapt.

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Published March 20, 2020

WARREN/CENTER LINE — Massive national concern over the spread of COVID-19 continued to resonate throughout the region March 19. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts announced a state of emergency for Michigan’s third-largest city, set to begin March 23.

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Published March 20, 2020

WARREN/CENTER LINE — In every community around Michigan, there is an eerie stillness where, not long ago, there was hustle and bustle: School desks sit empty, barstools grow cold, store shelves lie bare.

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Published March 20, 2020

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CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The coronavirus pandemic has caused significant disruptions across the country. The local business community has not been spared disruptions, with differing results.

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Published March 20, 2020

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MACOMB COUNTY — It was only a matter of time before the coronavirus crisis made its way into local courts.

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Published March 20, 2020

MOUNT CLEMENS — Mount Clemens City Manager Don Johnson originally thought City Hall wouldn’t have to close. That was March 16, but due to the fast-evolving coronavirus situation, Mount Clemens officials had to make the decision to shut down City Hall.

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Published March 19, 2020

METRO DETROIT — On any given Friday during Lent, St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church hosts between 700 and 800 people for dinner in its banquet center on Ryan Road in Warren.

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