Thu04172014

President Meets With African-American Leaders To Address Economic Concerns

On Thursday, President Barack Obama met with African-American leaders across various organizations to discuss and address growing concerns regarding the economic crisis that continues to grip the country. With the release of “The President’s Plan for a Strong Middle Class and a Strong America” last week, Obama’s presence at the meetin

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Strength In Struggle!

 

Situations in life can bring you to a breaking point, but will you break down or break 

through?  You can never become stronger until you exercise strength in the midst of 

struggle.  How long will you remain sick and tired of being sick and tired?  It’s time to 

break free of the trials that have broken you down!

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Detroit Perk UP: McDonalds To Offer Free Breakfast

A great morning begins with a great breakfast and McDonalds has answered the great breakfast call by serving a free cup of Premium Roast Coffee and a Sausage Burrito to the first 500 commuters at Campus Martius from 7 – 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013.

The sausage burrito is made with peppers, onions, fluffy scrambled eggs, sausage and cheese all

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Best Fitness Centers in Metro Detroit

The first day of spring is March 20th, less than a month away. If you are anything like me, you’ve taken full advantaged of sweaters and winter coats to hide a little extra bulge, and pigged out on all your favorite comfort foods this season. Well, winter is just about done, and warm weather will be here before you know it. It’s time to hit the gym

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Farmington’s First Murder Since 2005

According to authorities, a 28-year-old man is being held in connection with the death of his girlfriend. Police grew suspicious and searched the home after the boyfriend called on Saturday to report his 29-year-old girlfriend missing. During the search police found, what seemed to be bloody plastic.

The woman’s body was found inside the couple’s Fa

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