Daily Archives: July 16, 2019

Top 10 coolest rehabs in Metro Detroit

For rehab royalty Ann Stevenson and Curt Catallo, repurposing Metro Detroit’s iconic structures is about more than just good business. Co-owners of Union Joints, the couple are behind restaurants like the Berkley hot spot Vinsetta Garage (located in a former auto garage), Clarkston Union (in a former church), Fenton Fire Hall (housed in an old station) and Honcho (built on ...

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Speak Easy Storyteller’s Edition comes to North End on July 21

Nik Cole found herself going through a tough time in her life and felt alone while dealing with past traumas and personal challenges. She channeled those feelings and created The Speak Easy: Storyteller’s Edition in 2017. “I wanted to create a space where people could connect,” she says, a safe space based on trust and transparency. She wanted to connect ...

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Michigan Deer Hunters Listen Up, New Rules In Place To Halt Disease – Detroit News Watch

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — State regulators are continuing a ban on baiting and feeding deer in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula in an effort to prevent spread of chronic wasting disease.     The ban was among rules for this year’s hunting season adopted by the Michigan Natural Resources Commission last week. The panel decided to allow baiting and feeding in the ...

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Renderings released for new early childhood education center on Marygrove campus

Renderings for a state-of-the-art early childhood education center were unveiled in northwest Detroit over the weekend. Construction for the $15 million development on the Marygrove College campus should break ground by spring 2020 and be completed by mid-2021. Approximately 144 children ranging in ages from 0 to 5 years old will attend the 28,000-square-foot center, which will feature 12 classrooms, a ...

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Michigan Survey Suggests Mental Health Crisis Among Corrections Officers – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch)– A new Michigan survey showcases that Michigan Department of Corrections workers are suffering from PTSD, anxiety, depression, suicide, and alcohol abuse far higher than those in general population. The survey also demonstrates that Michigan corrections workers suffer at a higher rate from PTSD, anxiety, depression, suicide, and alcohol abuse more than police and firefighters. The $50,000 study ...

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