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Feature Story TreeFarmList
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Feature Story Nancy Mezza, Tannerra, Sterling Heights
Development News “I like to say that we take our craft seriously without taking ourselves too seriously,” Maxwell Alfieri says. “We’re not uptight.”
Development News The Monsters Rule! team: Brent Mosser, Joel Gullickson, Kevin Singer (Left to right)
Longform Jessica "Decky" Alexander.
Feature Story A woman works on a laptop in her car at Ypsilanti Community Middle School, where a new public Wi-Fi hotspot will be located.
Innovation News The Washtenaw County Food Policy Council.
Innovation News A 1961 photo from the Ann Arbor News shows a protest outside the Urban Renewal office in Ypsilanti. Historian Lee Azus discusses urban renewal in the city on the new episode of the "Ypsi Stories" podcast.
Feature Story St. Nicholas, known as Sinterklaas, rides a horse in the Netherlands. Papier mache figure made by Susan Brack, Liberty, Indiana, from a German Anton Reiche chocolate mold dated around 1930.
Feature Story Zeeland Board of Public Works is giving Holiday Power Dollars to customers who decorate the exterior of their home or yard for the holidays.
Feature Story Eva S. Alexander is the new executive director of Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates.

Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates brings on new leadership


Feature Story Pete Patsalis started Hook One Charters when he was just 21 years old
Feature Story A close-up of one of the trees in this year’s festival
Feature Story Missy LaRussa of Kitchen Creations holds a complimentary tote in downtown Farmington
Feature Story The 2020 Census is still going on, although census-takers — known as enumerators — stopped knocking on doors back in mid-October.

Making sure everyone is counted in 2020 Census is no easy task


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