Daily Archives: November 6, 2019

Michigan House OKs Bills To Expand Expungement Of Crimes – Detroit News Watch

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan House passed legislation Tuesday that would overhaul expungement laws to make it easier for hundreds of thousands of people to clear their criminal record, including those convicted of marijuana offenses before the drug’s legalization for recreational use. Seven bills, approved with bipartisan support in the Republican-led chamber, were sent to Senate for future consideration. ...

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Coup D’etat lifestyle boutique opening in New Center

Since she was a teen, Angela Wisniewski has wanted to own a retail business. After years of creating digital marketing content for national and local brands and working as a stylist, she brings her longtime aspirations and experience together in her new women’s lifestyle boutique Coup D’état in New Center’s Cadillac Place. “I’ve worked in service and hospitality for years, ...

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Blue Cross To Donate Salad Bars To Michigan Schools – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – Seventeen Michigan schools will get salad bars through a partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and the United Start Foundation. Since 2015, BCBSM says it has supported 91 salad bars in Michigan schools through the national Salad Bars to Schools initiative. The initiative is to empower Michigan students to make healthier choices by increasing ...

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Northwest Goldberg or Zone 8?

For much of Detroit’s history, neighborhood names grew organically, often around major landmarks such as a school, park, or church. Many neighborhoods bear the name of the original property’s owner, such as Hamtramck or Bagley. Detroiters hailed themselves and each other by street boundaries — Dexter-Linwood, for example — or by ethnic settlement patterns, as in Greektown. In the past, ...

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