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Detroit Mayor Suing Over Auto Insurance Law

From the Associated Press — Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and residents have filed a federal lawsuit over Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law. The Detroit News reports that the lawsuit was filed Thursday against Patrick McPharlin, the director of

Honor Flight Next Month

Set for September 15 is the next Talons Out Honor Flight. Talons Out is an organization that provides free trips to Washington, D.C. for veterans of the Korean War and World War II so they can see

Donation For Al-Van Humane Society

The Al-Van Humane Society has been awarded a $1,500 grant from the South Haven Community Foundation. The grant will be used for low cost spaying and neutering of community pets, as well as pet education and training

Sex Abuse Hotline Available

A new statewide hotline for survivors of sexual assault. Jordan Kenendy, a spokeswoman for Governor Rick Snyder, spoke with Michigan News Network about the hotline. “The hotline will provide confidential, anonymous 24-7 access to a trained counselor, and

Conservation District Planning Home Fair

The Van Buren Conservation District is planning a Healthy Home Fair for next month in Hartford. The district’s Erin Fuller tells WSJM News he event will be a way to connect residents with Van Buren Conservation District