Category: Michigan Chronicle

Posted on: November 9, 2019 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

5 Signs It’s Time To Change Career

Stress at work is inevitable, even  if  you  love  your  job, but it shouldn’t be the only thing you gain from it.  Sometimes, it’s hard when you’ve been settled in a position for so long, to contemplate anything different, or even  admit  that there’s a problem. Denial can be a …

Posted on: November 8, 2019 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

OLIVE Oil Host Salon Takeover In Detroit

Olive Oil hosted a ‘Salon Takeover’ at Studio Lush Detroit Hair Salon located in Southfield, MI.  Patrons of the salon were surprised and treated to complimentary hair services paid for by ORS® Olive Oil.  The goal of the day was to treat the clients of the salon with a day of pampering, …

Posted on: November 5, 2019 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

Hamilton Anderson Associates Celebrates 25 Years and Becoming Largest Black Owned Architectural Firm in Detroit

Rainy Hamilton Jr. is on a mission. For the last 25 years, Detroit’s most celebrated African-American architect has been focused on his mission of serving the people in the city he loves so dearly. His efforts have catapulted Hamilton Anderson Associates (HAA) into becoming Detroit’s largest black owned architectural firm. …

Posted on: November 4, 2019 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

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Posted on: November 1, 2019 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

IMPLOSION OF THE OLD FIERO POWERHOUSE SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY MORNING

The City of Pontiac has issued permits for the implosion of the old FieroPowerhouse, part of the Fisher Body Plant, located at the southeast comer of Baldwin Avenue and E.Kennett. Implosion is scheduled for Saturday, November 2, 2019 around 8 a.m. Beginning at 7 a.m.and up to three hours following …

Posted on: November 1, 2019 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

Develop Detroit and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Break Ground on The Village of University Meadows

  Develop Detroit, together with Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, today announced the preservation and rehabilitation of The Village of University Meadows, a senior community currently providing homes to 53 low-income seniors in the Woodbridge neighborhood of Detroit. The approximately $9 million investment will preserve rent- and income-restricted apartments that had been at risk …

Posted on: October 31, 2019 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

Arielle Johnson appointed as Detroit’s Deputy Director of the Civil Rights, Inclusion and Opportunity Department

Arielle Johnson was appointed by Mayor Mike Duggan and unanimously confirmed by the Human Rights Commission to serve as the Deputy Director of the Civil Rights, Inclusion and Opportunity Department (CRIO) for the City of Detroit. Johnson, 29, received her bachelor’s degree at Michigan State University and her master’s in …