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Published December 20, 2019

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WARREN — Over at Windemere Park Senior Community in Warren, 105-year-old Onease Hoye is known as “grandma” to her fellow residents and the workers.

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Published December 18, 2019

ROCHESTER — What most people see as a pair of rose-colored glasses instantly reveals a whole new world for Rochester High School teacher Jeff Haney.

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Published December 17, 2019

FARMINGTON — Several years have passed since the Farmington Area Jaycees announced their last round of Business and Citizen of the Year winners, but Jaycees President Andrew Buck said it was time to bring those awards back, with a twist.

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Published December 17, 2019

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The Cardillo family is at it again — celebrating improved health and not turning their backs on people facing what they formerly experienced.

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Published December 17, 2019

STERLING HEIGHTS — Marion “Joe” Wisniewski, 100, a longtime Warren resident who now lives at American House Sterling Meadows, said his mother, a widow, tried to keep him out of the war when he was drafted in 1943 at age 24.

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Published December 17, 2019

GROSSE POINTE CITY — Viewers of the popular Food Network competition show “Christmas Cookie Challenge” may see a familiar face this season.

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Published December 16, 2019

ST. CLAIR SHORES — In 1949, Peter Guastello had a produce market on the northeast corner of Harper Avenue and Martin Road.

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Published December 11, 2019

TROY — Denise Gray credits her seventh grade math and science teacher, Herman Oliver, for steering her toward a career in engineering.

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Published December 10, 2019

FERNDALE — The coral reef in Florida has been battling stony-coral tissue loss disease since 2014.The disease wipes out the tissue of the stony corals, which die rapidly after becoming infected.

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Published December 4, 2019

FARMINGTON HILLS — Making it to 100 years old is a cause for celebration for anyone, but it’s especially notable if you’re the first person in your family’s history to live that long.

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Published December 3, 2019

STERLING HEIGHTS — While teaching in a media room equipped with a Microsoft Flight Simulator program, Fazal Mohammad Khan is searching for young people whose eyes are on the skies.

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Published December 3, 2019

FARMINGTON HILLS/GROSSE POINTE WOODS — When the group from the Grosse Pointe Woods Community Center visited the Holocaust Memorial Center Oct. 23, there was time for them to listen to a presentation from 95-year-old Holocaust survivor Mania Salinger.

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Published December 2, 2019

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Russell Shields was one of the first Americans to open fire on Japanese forces in World War II.

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Published November 20, 2019

HAZEL PARK — Nearly a year ago, something unimaginably horrible happened to Alissa Sullivan, a member of the Hazel Park City Council and an advocate for animals.

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Published November 20, 2019

FERNDALE — Six years ago, Jason Idalski appeared on the television game show “Jeopardy!” and took home tens of thousands of dollars in winnings.

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Published November 19, 2019

ROCHESTER — At first glance, you’d never know 15-year-old Alyea Rourke’s body is at war battling an invisible disease that affects one in a million people.

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Published November 19, 2019

GROSSE POINTE CITY — When boaters head out to Grosse Pointe City’s Neff Park marina next season, they’ll see a familiar name on it. Dale N. Scrace — who served as the City’s mayor from 2001 to 2017 and on the City Council from 1989 to 2001 — now has the distinction of having the harbor named for him.

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Published November 15, 2019

STERLING HEIGHTS — As a co-captain of the Utica High School color guard, Lauren Kerr is used to being a right-hand woman to the coach and the rest of the team. But with an injured left arm, it’s been a little harder this fall.

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Published November 15, 2019

STERLING HEIGHTS — Joseph Gray didn’t set out to write children’s books. But when his friends Emily and James Sajore, of Sterling Heights, faced challenges after the birth of their twin sons, Joshua and Jacob, Gray felt compelled to write about them.

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Published November 14, 2019

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MACOMB COUNTY — Pat Daniels wakes up every day and tells other vets, “I got your six.”

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