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Detroit Future City Appoints Director to Run its Center for Equity, Engagement and Research

Ashley Williams Clark’s appointment to this position marks an important step in the Center’s year-long planning effort that launched in January. At the onset...

Bavarian Inn Lodge reopening on July 1, 2020

The Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth is reopening for guests beginning on Wednesday, July 1. Dining will be available in both Oma’s Restaurant and...

Utica Native Serves Aboard the USS Bunker Hill

Hull Maintenance Technician 1st Class Christopher Hirth, from Utica, Mich., grinds a piece of metal aboard the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker...

Allen Park Native Serves Aboard USS Russell

U.S. Navy Lt. j.g. Sarah Chama, from Allen Park, Mich., monitors radar in the pilot house of the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer...

Chicago Company Invests $500,000, Brings Jobs to Walker

The Right Place, Inc., in collaboration with the City of Walker, announced Chicago-based General Truck Parts & Equipment will open its first...

Better Made Takes Top Honors in Country-Wide Chip Contest

Two Better Made Snack Food products were recently named tops in the country by www.thekitchn.com, a web-based daily food magazine. Better Made’s...
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