Daily Archives: October 1, 2019

Novi Police Paint Vehicle Pink, Raises Funds In Support Of Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Novi Police department is showing its support by painting a vehicle pink. (Credit: City of Novi) The department is also raising funds for the Believe in Miracles Fund at Ascension Providence Hospital. For a minimum $5 donation you can sign the pink portions of the vehicle with the ...

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Wild Weekend Pumps New Life Into NASCAR – Detroit News Watch

Chase Elliott crashed head-on into a wall and still recovered to win a pivotal race. That wasn’t even the most exciting thing to happen in NASCAR last week. The series so short on superstars and spicy story lines had a frenetic week surrounding the first elimination race of the playoffs at the quirky Roval hybrid road course-oval at Charlotte Motor ...

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Century-Old Lansing Home Real Estate Listing Gets Photobombed By Ghostface – Detroit News Watch

LANSING, Mich. (Detroit News Watch) – It looks like your typical listing until you take a closer look. (Credit: Zillow.com) The online real estate listing for 809 N. Chestnut Street was photobomed by Ghostface on the two-story home’s porch. Clicking through the images you’ll find Ghostface — which was made popular in the “Scream” films — wearing the famous mask ...

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Parents Who Read To Their Child On A Tablet End Up Having Less Interaction Together – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — The joy of bedtime stories is twofold for parents: They can coax their children to sleep and use it as an excuse to snuggle up with their little ones. To maximize parent-child bonding, though, a study says parents are better off reading to their children from a print book than from a tablet. Parents who read to their child on a tablet, whether ...

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Here’s how educators are learning to empathetically foster resilience in children affected by trauma

This article is part of State of Health, a series examining integrated care and its potential to improve Michiganders’ health. It is made possible with funding from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund.   Divorce, a parent’s death or imprisonment, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and the daily experience of racism. They’re all sadly common events, known as adverse childhood experiences or ...

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Michigan Routs Rutgers 52-0 – Detroit News Watch

Michigan enjoyed the feel-good, confidence-boosting win it desperately needed. Shea Patterson accounted for three touchdowns in the first half and ran for a fourth score in the third quarter, setting up the 20th-ranked Wolverines to rout Rutgers 52-0 on Saturday. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN – SEPTEMBER 28: Shea Patterson #2 of the Michigan Wolverines scores a first quarter touchdown while playing ...

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