In this edition of Making A Difference, Local 4 takes a look at the revitalization of Detroit's Sherwood Forest.
ClickOnDetroit.com columnist Reverend Lonnie Peek, Jr. shares the story of a local leader who is fighting to make the city of Detroit better for all of us.
In the very near future, Alison Vaughn, President/CEO of Jackets for Jobs, will be boarding a plane on the way to Dubai. She will be participating in the World Islamic Forum.
Clifford and Darcia Cheeks, found that they had common interests relative to providing information and direction for improving the health of those in the Detroit community.
Back in his youth, Dr. Curtis Ivery had a learning experience through his dad that he never forgot.
ClickOnDetroit.com columnist Reverend Lonnie Peek, Jr. shares the story of a local leader who has a passion and love for educating our youth.
As Karen Love was finishing her master's degree in gerontology, she concluded that she had always wanted to...
Columnist Rev. Lonnie Peek, Jr. shares the story of a local woman who found her calling helping the elderly.
Could this community outreach program help you? ...
Meet three friends who are changing lives through music ...
Reverend V. Lonnie Peek, Jr. introduces Local 4 News Today to three college students who are sharing their music expertise with kids.
A model of what a pastor can and should be .....
Meet two woman who have offered 40 years of education and emotional support for...
Urban farming is a growing industry in Detroit. Terrence M. Hicks wants to help young people learn about the career possibilities that are available in this field.
Several years ago, Barbara Wynder, an attorney and businesswoman, had a thought based upon her relationship with several other businesspersons.
As an engineering student at Western Michigan University, in 1979 Ken Donaldson, secured a summer job working at the Detroit Black United Fund. He has been there ever since ...
For some thirty years Bronson Gentry Jr. was a football coach who touched the lives of hundreds of youth within the public school system.
For the past several months, Reverend Gloriane Hymon Wiley, or as most folks call her, Gloria, has been serving as
Sunday at 11 p.m. - You saw the brutal arrest video. Now, see what happened next in this jaw-dropping Defenders investigation.
Kim Lewis joins Live in the D to show you how to redesign your bathroom.
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