Over the past few weeks, we’ve celebrated the graduation of hundreds of local high school seniors. We’ve heard stirring speeches by valedictorians and class presidents, principals and superintendents.
The Supreme Court on Monday upheld gay rights and religious freedom with a narrowly written decision in favor of a Christian baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Although the pumped-up gas prices might be enough to keep you from heading out of town for a summer getaway, we urge you to reconsider canceling your summer vacation plans.
When I was in school (several decades ago), the only music I was interested in came via my CD player (which was still new enough to be considered cool).
Almost every night I walk away from the table feeling like an antique, an object that once had a purpose but has outlived its usefulness like a protractor, CB radio or TV antenna.
Gov. Rick Snyder hasn't wavered in his priorities for the remainder of his term. He's actively pursuing the talent development program which he's dubbed the Marshall Plan.
In a surprise decision this past Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple’s marriage.
Four friends from Northern Michigan University (including one from Grand Haven) are in the midst of a kayak trip along the extensive shores of Lake Superior, and they’re blogging along the way.
I may have served as an AmeriCorps member, but the staff, teachers and, most of all, the students, have served me. I’m grateful for each and every one of them.
This spring, feats of heroism aren’t confined to superhero movies. Witness the stirring exploits of three ordinary — or should we say extraordinary — heroes:
It's hard to imagine two organizations more different than Amazon and the U.S. Army. But Detroit now enjoys the dubious distinction of having been spurned by both those mega-employers, albeit for very different reasons.
If you're wondering why Americans expect only the worst from their government, consider the cowardly, conniving actions of Norm Shinkle, chairman of the Board of State Canvassers.
The backbone of a strong community lies within the foundation of its social programming.
According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, 504,599 RVs were shipped to dealers in 2017, up 17.2 percent from 2016. Baby boomers are credited with the increase in RV sales.
Michigan Democrats have sounded an alarm against charter schools for years, raising the specter of greedy for-profit corporations seeing children as dollar signs. That rhetoric is only growing in a pivotal election year.