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Published July 7, 2020

METRO DETROIT — “COVID-19 was a wakeup call for the global manufacturing industry,” said Tom Kelly, executive director for Automation Alley, at a June 30 press conference at the facility.

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Published July 7, 2020

DETROIT — Museums and other cultural institutions in Detroit are starting to reopen, but with COVID-19 still very much a concern, these facilities are taking steps to keep guests and staff safe.

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Published July 7, 2020

METRO DETROIT — Medical experts will tell you that, as of now, it’s hard to say how each patient will react to the COVID-19 virus. But for Mother Nature, the prognosis is good.

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Published July 7, 2020

METRO DETROIT — The novel coronavirus pandemic has, without a doubt, forced many sectors of Michigan’s workforce to adapt and change how they operate.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — For this year’s Aug. 4 primary, three residents — Leon Drolet, Karen Goodhue, and Brianna Kirk — are running to be Macomb Township treasurer, a four-year term.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — A pair of Republicans are running for Macomb Township clerk, a four-year term. Incumbent Kristi Pozzi will be on the Aug. 4 primary ballot against Francesca Biondo.  

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — For several months, questions and frustrations have abounded regarding collecting unemployment benefits from the state of Michigan during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — No date has been set for when movie theaters in southeast Michigan may open, but that hasn’t stopped one local chain from having a plan in place.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Residents and township officials alike had questions regarding how and why certain software was installed on an employee’s workstation.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — With all the back and forth on whether or not Michigan gyms can open, one thing is for certain: The Macomb Township Parks and Recreation Department plans on remaining as flexible and accommodating as possible.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — By speaking about the Korean War, Milt Miller is doing his part to ensure it’s not forgotten. Known as the “Forgotten War,” positioned in American history between World War II and the Vietnam War, the Korean War began 70 years ago, on June 25, 1950.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The need to get out of the house and explore may be more prevalent than ever this summer. For 7-year-old Christopher Lutzenkirchen, of Macomb Township, that means hitting the open road in a new camper.

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Published July 7, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — With Macomb Township Supervisor Janet Dunn not seeking reelection, a new leader will be sworn into office later this year. A pair of Republicans — Mark Grabow and Frank Viviano — are on the Aug. 4 primary ballot, looking to become the next Macomb Township supervisor, a four-year term position.

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Published July 6, 2020

METRO DETROIT — A tumultuous period for local and national hospitals, such as Henry Ford Health System, has been learned from and is being used to advance in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published July 6, 2020

LANSING — On June 24, a random drawing of 200 semifinalists took place to narrow down the field of Michiganders who would like to serve on the state’s first Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission.

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Published July 2, 2020

ROYAL OAK — On June 25, 5-month-old chimpanzee Zane made his public debut at the Detroit Zoo’s 4-acre Great Apes of Harambee habitat, never far from his adoptive mom, Trixi, 50.

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Published July 2, 2020

METRO DETROIT — Lunch is on us. That was how members of Community Choice Credit Union continued its tradition of helping local school children.

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Published July 1, 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 1, 2020

MACOMB COUNTY — Macomb County Community Mental Health recently received additional funding as part of a national campaign aimed to transform mental health and addiction treatment services.

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Published July 1, 2020

MACOMB COUNTY — A field of seven candidates have filed for the chance to be considered for a position beleaguered by controversy after then-Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith was charged with embezzlement by a public official and conducting a criminal enterprise.

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