Daily Archives: September 18, 2018

How can we address Michigan students’ desperate need for behavioral health services?

This article is part of State of Health, a series examining health disparities, how they affect Michigan’s children and seniors, and the innovative solutions being developed to address them. It is made possible with funding from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. It’s well known that anxiety and depression can be crippling for people of any age. But for school-aged kids, ...

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Celebrate World Rhino Day At The Detroit Zoo « Detroit News Watch

ROYAL OAK — Southern white rhinoceroses Jasiri, 18, and Tamba, 17, will be celebrated – along with their wild counterparts – during World Rhino Day on Saturday, September 22, at the Detroit Zoo. Zookeeper talks will be held at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. and fun learning activities will take place throughout the day. Guests will learn of ...

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Hundreds of volunteers gather to build brand new playground in northwest Detroit

An international financial services corporation, a national non-profit, a local community organization, and hundreds of volunteers have banded together to build a brand new playground in Detroit. Tucked in the northwest corner of the city, Freedom Path Park was built in the neighborhood near the intersection of Seven Mile and Telegraph roads. Local neighborhood group Grand Seven Detroit applied for and ...

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Isolated Storms Moving In From Florence « Detroit News Watch

SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN — As Hurricane Florence floods the Carolinas, storm clouds are moving north and headed to our region this week. Expect chances of isolated storms starting Monday and scattered throughout the week, along with warm, muggy temperatures. Here’s a look at the full forecast: MondayPatchy fog before 10am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 83. Calm wind becoming ...

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‘Men Running the Archdiocese of Detroit Were Incomprehensibly Deceitful’ –  Deadline Detroit

Jay McNally, former editor-in-chief of The Michigan Catholic newspaper, has written investigative reports for several national Catholic publications about the archdiocese of Detroit. This column, which has been condensed for publication here, is adapted from The Church Militant, an arch-conservative website, with permission.  By Jay McNally My #CatholicMeToo took place 25 years ago while I was ...

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