COVID19

Innovation News A flyer for the Express Yourself/Protect Yourself youth workshop series.
Innovation News Barrier Busters expenditures and funding both expanded significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Network of Washtenaw County social service agencies celebrates 20 years


Longform An intergenerational Spanish class at the Ypsilanti Senior Center.
Innovation News U-M economists present the 2022 Washtenaw County Economic Outlook report.
Feature Story Frank's is Zeeland's oldest restaurant. A partnership with Frank's owner Shane Hammer has created the city's newest eatery.
Feature Story Sneaker exchange
Feature Story Kalamazoo County Treasurer Thomas Whitener says they are working with people to provide them with information that they need to get into the program that can help people avoid foreclosure.
Longform Will Jones III at a Black Men Read event at Booksweet.
Innovation News Washtenaw County logo
Feature Story Thomas Howell (left), Vanessa Howell, and William Howell stand with Apcom's mascot Brady posing with shovels indicating the start of the new Apcom.
Feature Story After being put on hold by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tulip City United Soccer Club is getting its start this year with tryouts next week.
Longform A LifeCircles PACE participant shows off their coloring. LifeCircles provides a day center and encourages participants to attend for socialization.
Feature Story Entrepreneurs along the Lakeshore are betting on themselves beating the odds.
Feature Story Person donating blood
Longform COVID IN CALHOUN DISRUPTION
Feature Story The Penn
Feature Story Cecil McCarty began by holding workout sessions at a park before opening BFFS. (Paul ApPaul)

Pandemic inspires woman to open hip-hop fitness center


Longform The Ark Executive Director Marianne James.
Longform Engage@EMU's Denise Jimenez and Tyler Calhoun.
Longform Pam Lynch, director of Harm Reduction Michigan.

Michigan works to reverse rising substance use disorder during pandemic