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Having spent the last 10 years experiencing her parents growing older and caring for them as their health deteriorated, Brighton business owner, Tracey Allen, reflects on her experience. Here Tracey offers some top tips about preparing for your parent moving in with you. #carersweek When the distance between parent and carer becomes too great, but …

Restaurants, bars, and breweries all in one spot at Detroit Shipping Company in Cass Corridor

Our quick run through the best new albums out this week includes Wiz Khalifa's long-awaited followup to Rolling Papers, a brighter outlook for Dirty Projectors, the calming sounds of Luluc and more.

Free Press food critic Mark Kurlyandchik talks his viral restaurant review of Empire Kitchen & Cocktails and the role of a critic in Detroit's changing dining scene.

It isn't Friday on the Internet without surprise releases — check out Metric's hooky punk snarl, Tinashe's trap-tinged lament and the return of a Providence noise-rock institution.

Career opportunities are available for qualified and certified teachers in all core subjects, as well as physical education, art, music, CTE, school counselors and more.

Sign our petition if you stand with the members of Local Unions 12003 and 12012 who were locked out by National Grid. These workers not only protect and maintain key infrastructure, they repair dangerous gas leaks in dozens of cities and towns throughout Massachusetts.

Handlebars for the Homeless is a guided bike tour that highlights Detroit’s hidden treasures. The tour begins and ends at the NSO Bell Building located at 882 Oakman Blvd. in Detroit (former...

Urge DHS to Re-Designate TPS for Somali Nationals
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee calls on the Department of Homeland Security to Re-designate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Somalia
From the beginning of 2018 until present, the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project recorded 1,177 violent incidents causing the death of 1,995 persons in Somalia. Out of 1,995 persons killed, ongoing armed conflict directly caused the death…

Seven former U.S. ambassadors to the United Nations under both Republican and Democratic presidents urged U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday to restore U.S. funding for the U.N. agency that helps Palestinian refugees.

A judge rules that an Ypsilanti man who had an arsenal of weapons and bomb components and stole a U.S Department of Homeland Security employee's all-access pass will stay in jail.
Defense lawyers want him freed, arguing he is a law-abiding U.S citizen who does not support violence by the Islamic St

In its suit, ATA says the plan discriminates against interstate trucking companies and is unconstitutional, given that it

Her bite was worse than her bark and it has a woman in trouble with the law.
24 year old Jade Anderson is facing a 10 year felony assault charge.
Her crime ... she bit off part of the ear of a Mount Clemens restaurant owner.
Prosecutors says she charged into the China One restaurant just afte

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Closing arguments get underway as a judge has to decide if the state health director Nick Lyon will stand trial for involuntary manslaughter in connection with the Flint water emergency.
Lyon is also charged with misconduct and wilful neglect.
A special team formed by Attorney General Bill Schuett

TV pundits keep repeating that we’re in a “trade war.” What does that even mean?

Eleven boys have been rescued and taken to the hospital for evaluation after being trapped underground for nearly two weeks.

The word "tariff" is popping up in the news a lot lately. Check out this short video that helps you understand what tariffs are and what impact they have on working people.