Kids and Education

Innovation News Gary Horton in front of his mural at Go! Ice Cream in Ypsilanti.
Development News Is the cost of internet a barrier? There’s a federal program that helps pay for broadband for low-income families, called the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB). The program pays up to $50 a month toward broadband service for eligible families.
Development News UCS food service
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Development News “I’m proud that JoeBar continues to show our great city how easy it is to support all of our neighbors on a weekly basis,” says Kevin Hickner, beverage director and bartender at Joebar.
Feature Story Judge Juanita Bocanegra on the bench
Longform The former Willow Run high school and middle school campus, where organizers hope the future American Center for Innovation will be located.
Feature Story On the Ground Battle Creek WMU Aviation School
Feature Story Nayeli Mora
Feature Story The nearly $10 million donation to GRCC will be used to support student resources and modernize buildings.
Development News Downtown Story Day is this Saturday, April 10 from noon to 4 p.m. in downtown Midland.
Feature Story Hemp is a versatile plant that can be crafted into many unique products. The flower can be smoked or made into oils. Other parts of the plant can be used to create textiles, plastics, and more.
Feature Story Music in the Park, Sterling heights
Development News Innovation Hills Playground is designed to “provide a playground for children with disabilities to play alongside their neuro-typical peers.”
Development News Outdoor seating, part of the Syndicate social district, outside of KickstART Gallery & Shop.
Innovation News Michigan Works! Southeast logo
Innovation News EMU student Kayla Nelson reads "Corduroy Takes a Bow" for the Storybook Series.
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