Although the Westwood Heights district in Mt. Morris Township is all virtual now, the school system has been upgrading its infection protection technology since spring 2019 before the pandemic upended American lives.
New legislation signed into law Thursday requires two Michigan agencies to maintain oversight of nursing homes and long-term care facilities during the coronavirus pandemic while implementing a series of key policies.
In Saginaw County, they’re not only predicting record absentee and in person turnout, but also a record number of poll workers. Engagement in the process like that, combined with other recent developments has led to a lot of concern surrounding how Election Day will play out.
Help is on the way for those workers frustrated by the inability to file and receive their unemployment benefits in a timely manner. A new appointment phone line has been set up for claimants requiring one-on-one support.
Although families have been allowed to safely visit outdoors since September, Governor Whitmer went a step farther Wednesday by allowing indoor visitation at residential care facilities for the first time in about seven months.
General Motors' announcement Tuesday of investing millions of dollars into Michigan’s auto factories and plants over the next few years is a strong sign of a rebounding economy, according to a University of Michigan-Flint economist.