Rabbi Daniel Nevins, once of Adat Shalom, hopes to help those affected by the coronavirus.
The executive order outlines guidelines for remote learning, ensures seniors can still graduate and teachers will be paid for the remainder of the year.
The Metro Detroit native returns back to her roots to lead The Well’s young family offerings.
With the need for personal protective equipment at an all-time high, two FJA staff members use technology to aid local medical workers.
County officials caution the public to avoid complacency.
The shutdown of “non-essential” businesses in Michigan forced the organization to make critical cost-saving decisions.
The apartments are not closing, but seniors may be better off with their families during COVID.
With students out of school, these lesson plans provide teachers and students the opportunity to continue to grow their education.
The Levys’ GoFundMe campaign provides hospital workers with a warm meal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The vast majority of patients testing positive are on the road to good health, Beaumont officials tell JN – but medications are still unproven.