Jaden Smith unveils the fourth Water Box, a portable water filtration system developed by Smith'snonprofit 501CThree on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019 at Latinx Technology and Community Center on Flint's east side. Smith, accompanied by 501C
Three partner and co-founder Drew Fitzgerald, visited the Latinx Center first-hand to speak and meet with residents.
By Vonda VanTil, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist
Spring is upon us, and it marks two very popular annual events: Mother’s Day and the release of Social Security’s baby name list! There’s no better time to share some security with the people you love.
LANSING- MI — College students living away from home should take a few minutes to ensure that they are living in a fire safe environment as they start their academic year at Michigan colleges and universities, as Gov. Rick Snyder recently proclaimed September as Campus Fire Safety Month. Living off-campus poses particularly high fire risks that are preventable when young adults know and practice life-saving fire safety measures.
LANSING, MI —With the majority of Michigan’s apple growing region located along the coast of Lake Michigan, it is clear that proximity to the Great Lakes makes a difference in producing high-quality, flavorful apples.
Trying to Find Closure – Vivian Bodiford looking over her Michigan Department of Corrections Non-Institutional Personnel Daily Pass as a guest speaker for the National Lifers of America. She was representing The New Citizens Press Community Action Network (TNCP CAN), which is dedicated to stopping violence. TNCP Photo
After a lot of genealogy research, both Trotter and Rau discovered they had sergeants in their lineage.
By Allie McLary
Genealogy, the study of family ancestries and histories, has become a hot topic and the librarians at the Capital Area District Libraries have taken notice. What’s more, they’re taking advantage of the library’s resources to discover more about their own family roots.