Judge Beagle, Pastor Sherm McCathern named Sybyl Award winners
Dec08

Judge Beagle, Pastor Sherm McCathern named Sybyl Award winners

By Jan Worth-Nelson Judge Duncan Beagle of the Seventh Judicial Circuit and Probate Courts, and Pastor Robert “Sherm” McCathern, pastor of the Joy Tabernacle and a Civic Park Community activist, were named the 2016 Sybyl Award winners tonight at the Genesys Conference Center from among a group of 15 nominees. Virginia Landaal, a College Cultural neighborhood philanthropist and community volunteer, was given a...

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East Village Magazine – December 2016
Dec08

East Village Magazine – December 2016

The latest issue of the East Village Magazine is available for download...

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Flint aid package headed to Senate after House passage
Dec08

Flint aid package headed to Senate after House passage

By Jan Worth-Nelson A $170 million aid package bill for Flint passed the U.S. House Thursday and headed for the Senate where local authorities hope it will be given the same approval. In a prepared statement, Flint Mayor Karen Weaver stated, “Today the U.S. House did something we’ve long been waiting for, by voting for a $170 million package that would help the City of Flint recover from the water crisis that has affected our city for...

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Pierce Park, millage details, Crim school plans topics at CCNA
Dec01

Pierce Park, millage details, Crim school plans topics at CCNA

By Nic Custer A proposal has emerged for reuse of the long-vacant Pierce Golf Course, City Administrator Sylvester Jones told the College Cultural Neighborhood Association at its November meeting. Jones also addressed Kearsley Manor residents’ concerns about a rental inspection fee issue with their landlord. Other business at the meeting included details on the safety millage results, a report on a Crim Fitness Foundation community...

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