27 12, 2018

Taylor native finds a new life in a place called ‘Grace’

2018-12-27T19:12:52+00:00

By Mark E. Lett  Dec 25, 2018   For Jeff Andrews, the search for a purpose in life was elusive, painful, ugly and destructive. His personal journey took him from the athletic fields of a Christian school in Taylor to a string of jobs, a few bucks, a car, post-high school party houses, drug addiction, [...]

Taylor native finds a new life in a place called ‘Grace’ 2018-12-27T19:12:52+00:00
27 12, 2018

Rose Hill Center’s CEO on Mental Health in 2019

2018-12-27T19:01:08+00:00

Column: Michigan must make better effort to improve mental health in 2019 By Ben Robinson Special to Digital First Media Dec 24, 2018 As 2018 comes to a close, mental health leaders, educators, elected officials and the community should reflect on where we are and what needs to be accomplished in 2019 to make strides [...]

Rose Hill Center’s CEO on Mental Health in 2019 2018-12-27T19:01:08+00:00
27 12, 2018

Mindo Chocolate: Bean-to-Bar Chocolate That Is Better For You And Your Family [GIVEAWAY]

2018-12-27T18:52:12+00:00

BY AMBER LOUCHART · DECEMBER 17, 2018 The holiday season has arrived, which means many of us will likely throw caution to the wind and indulge our cravings for holiday cookies, pies and cakes, and delicious chocolate sweets and treats. But when it comes to chocolate, how do you know your family is eating chocolate that is actually [...]

Mindo Chocolate: Bean-to-Bar Chocolate That Is Better For You And Your Family [GIVEAWAY] 2018-12-27T18:52:12+00:00
19 12, 2018

The Broadway will close its doors soon

2018-12-19T20:04:18+00:00

Branden Hunter, Published December 16, 2018 The Broadway owner Pepper Martin first opened the high-end men’s clothing store in 1975 in downtown Detroit. DETROIT – All good things eventually come to an end. That is the message The Broadway clothing store owner Richard “Pepper” Martin III delivered to his loyal customers who were disappointed [...]

The Broadway will close its doors soon 2018-12-19T20:04:18+00:00
18 12, 2018

The Broadway clothing store in Detroit set to close in 2019

2018-12-18T20:33:57+00:00

Aleanna Siacon, Detroit Free Press Published 12:29 p.m. ET Dec. 17, 2018 | Updated 5:51 p.m. ET Dec. 17, 2018 The Broadway, located at 1247 Broadway Street in Detroit, is closing. “When I moved to Detroit in 1972, I was 23 and just beginning my career in the clothing industry. I learned the trade from [...]

The Broadway clothing store in Detroit set to close in 2019 2018-12-18T20:33:57+00:00
18 12, 2018

Grace Centers of Hope in The Oakland Press: 2019 must be the year where we fully confront the opioid crisis

2018-12-18T19:41:47+00:00

Kent Clark, Published Dec. 18, 2018 In the past five years, I have known more individuals who have died from drug overdoses than in any other time of my life. Many Americans, unfortunately, also can say the same. The cause of skyrocketing overdoses is fentanyl, which is oftentimes “cut” with heroin in order to make [...]

Grace Centers of Hope in The Oakland Press: 2019 must be the year where we fully confront the opioid crisis 2018-12-18T19:41:47+00:00
18 12, 2018

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan partners to fight opioid crisis in Michigan

2018-12-18T19:11:32+00:00

A public-private effort has launched in Michigan that aims to curb opioid overdoses and deaths. LANSING, MICH. (AP) — A public-private effort has launched in Michigan that aims to curb opioid overdoses and deaths. Officials on Wednesday announced the creation of the Michigan Opioid Partnership. It plans to distribute $2.6 million in grants focusing on [...]

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan partners to fight opioid crisis in Michigan 2018-12-18T19:11:32+00:00
17 12, 2018

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan joins partnership to curb opioid crisis in Michigan

2018-12-17T17:15:52+00:00

Associated Press Published 12:21 p.m. ET Dec. 12, 2018  Lansing – A public-private effort has launched in Michigan that aims to curb opioid overdoses and deaths. Officials on Wednesday announced the creation of the Michigan Opioid Partnership. It plans to distribute $2.6 million in grants focusing on medication-assisted treatment, which experts say is an effective approach combining [...]

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan joins partnership to curb opioid crisis in Michigan 2018-12-17T17:15:52+00:00
17 12, 2018

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan pledges $2.6 million to fight opioid epidemic

2018-12-17T15:49:23+00:00

Sherri Welch, Published December 12, 2018 09:00 AM A statewide collaboration launched early this year to stem the opioid addiction epidemic in Michigan has expanded and stepped up its support with $2.6 million in new commitments. With the latest round of funding, the Michigan Opioid Partnership will focus on piloting medication-assisted treatment (MAT) through hospitals [...]

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan pledges $2.6 million to fight opioid epidemic 2018-12-17T15:49:23+00:00
14 12, 2018

Marx Layne Vice President Michael Odom on the importance of maintaining a positive digital footprint

2018-12-14T17:05:42+00:00

Digital Footprints Last By Michael Odom| December 5th, 2018 A recent FOX2 news story appeared on my Facebook feed this week, “Michigan mother and son share their transgender transformation,” that delivered an honest and straightforward reporting of a New Baltimore, Michigan, family – and possibly the first ever reported parent and child who are both making their [...]

Marx Layne Vice President Michael Odom on the importance of maintaining a positive digital footprint 2018-12-14T17:05:42+00:00