According to a letter the district sent to parents, there were two separate incidents in which the administrators repeated racist language they heard from students to other adults. Students did not hear them say the n-word.
"At what point are we going to come together and begin to make laws that stop the senseless gun violence," said Reggie “Reg” Davis, activist, former Wayne County commissioner, who attended the Detroit protest.
Two tortoises were taken from their enclosure last week. The crime was undone making the owner of Lou's Pet Shop incredibly grateful.
"We’re concerned, however, with the lack of what we view as a lack of transparency from the city," said Judy Krietsch. "We’ve heard various explanations from you: tree roots, everything worked fine, it was just too much rain in a short time."
Andrew Zierk has autism and other medical conditions that require medication.
Dillion Rochon, an owner of Ashby's Sterling ice cream in Grosse Pointe Woods, scoops ice cream for community members helping keep the business open.
Refusing to let COVID-19 win, a couple kept their April 11 wedding date by holding a virtual wedding with family and friends that felt as loving and happy as an in-person wedding.
The school district claims Steven Saigh has an explosive temper and short fuse - and was seen carrying a concealed pistol at a football game.