Don’t complain about your elected officials if you don’t vote. On Tuesday, you have the chance to provide yourself with the right to complain.
One thing that resonates at every level is this — teams tend to take on the attitude of their coaches.
A federal lawsuit filed in 2016 on behalf of several Detroit students and their families had sought to prove a constitutional right of access to literacy. Late last month, U.S. District Judge Stephen J. Murphy III dismissed the case.
A plume of contaminated groundwater is a scary thing. It creeps quietly into our lives in gentle shushes from our faucets, the soft snap of a garden-grown pea.
If the war on poverty has ended, as the Trump administration recently declared, there’s a huge swath of workers who haven’t heard the news.
The Homegrown program uses design thinking and project-based learning methods for students in grades K-4, as well as some fifth-graders.
It's about time we learn to stop downplaying risks related to the Line 5 oil pipeline where it crosses the Straits of Mackinac and begin moving forward with what now should be the obvious move to eliminate the threat.
Creating an independent commission to map out Michigan’s legislative districts is long overdue. But it should be up to the state’s voters to decide, and that’s why it’s important that the proposal is on the November ballot.
If you haven't registered to vote in the Aug. 7 primaries, it is too late for you to participate. The deadline for registering to vote was July 8.
Wendi Winters took a course in active shooter training, and that training saved one life and may have saved five others who survived the violent rampage in Capital Gazette offices on June 28.
We receive threats on occasion telling us if we run an item in the court report about them that there will be a price to pay. We don't create the issue that causes the item to appear in the court report, we just publish the result of the criminal activity.
As a young psychologist in the 1980s who had researched treatment of the mentally ill, I was concerned by many reports suggesting that the growing number of homeless people may be due to deinstitutionalization.
Editor’s note: The following editorial was written by the staff of The Capital Gazette of Annapolis, Maryland, where a gunman shot and killed five journalists on June 28.
We appreciate the spirit behind the bills introduced by Reps. Tristan Cole and Lee Chatfield banning anchoring in the Straits area to keep the pipelines running through there from dents, but are concerned with the secrecy they are including in their bills.
The potential gift of nearly 75 acres of land to Grand Haven Township for local recreation and sports use is a home run.