Daily Archives: April 2, 2019

Student teams win big at Lear Innovation Challenge

It’s not every day that local college students get to work alongside technology development experts in the field of mobility. And it’s not every day that local college students get the opportunity to pitch their solutions for real world problems to top-level industry experts and corporate executives. And it’s certainly not every day that, should they win, they get a ...

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Yankees Facing Early-Season Injuries – Detroit News Watch

By Norm Elrod (CBS New York/CBS Local) — The first weekend of baseball is in the books, and, unsurprisingly, everything seems a little topsy-turvy. That’s to be expected in the very early stages of a 162-game MLB season. Every American League division favorite found itself in the cellar come Monday, but it wouldn’t last. The New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians ...

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No fish should be eaten from this pond or creek in Michigan due to high level of PFOS. – Detroit News Watch

MICHIGAN (PATCH)– The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has issued an emergency ‘Do Not Eat’ fish advisory for all fish in Beaver Dam Pond and Helmer Creek in Springfield due to perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS). Bluegill filets tested from Beaver Dam Pond were found to have high levels of PFOS. As a result, MDHHS is issuing a ‘Do ...

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Pistons Galloway Celebrates Detroit’s ’89 And ’04 NBA Championship Teams’ With Custom Made Shoes – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT, March 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Piston Anniversarys deserve cool shoes. Langston Galloway and Q4 Sports will be presenting the ’89 and ’04 Detroit Pistons Championship teams with custom-made Q4 shoes in honor of their achievements. The 1989 Team’s 30th Anniversary ceremony will take place on March 30th and the 2004 Team’s 15th Anniversary ceremony will take place on April ...

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State Officials Seeking Participants For Recreational Marijuana Work Group – Detroit News Watch

MICHIGAN (PATCH)– State officials are looking for participants to get involved in a recreational marijuana workgroup. LARA’s Bureau of Marijuana Regulation (BMR) is facilitating three additional stakeholder work groups to discuss and provide suggestions on regulatory topics related to the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA). Work groups will be held on the following dates and locations: April ...

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Why Jefferson Chalmers planners and nonprofits can’t stop thinking about seniors

Inside the Whittier Manor Senior Apartments, everything glistens. The stately Detroit building complex, a former apartment hotel built to architect Charles N. Agree’s Neoclassical and Italian Renaissance Revival designs in the 1920s, partially reopened as a living center for adults 55 years and up in 2008.A participant at the Salvation Army’s monthly senior luncheon dons a festive hat.   Located ...

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Wings Down Bruins 6-3 – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — Mantha’s hat trick helps Red Wings beat Bruins. The Detroit Red Wings are playing their best hockey of the season while perhaps hurting their chances of winning the NHL draft lottery.   NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MARCH 19: Anthony Mantha #39 of the Detroit Red Wings skates against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden ...

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