ACLU asks Michigan Department of Civil Rights to step in after racist incidents reported at Brighton schools
The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan (ACLU) is asking the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) to intervene in a “potentially racially hostile education environment” in Brighton schools.
Saginaw Spirit winger Davis ‘T-Bone’ Codd earns OHL academic honor
The Ontario Hockey League season remains delayed because of COVID-19 restrictions, but one Saginaw Spirit player still brought home an OHL honor. The OHL named Davis “T-Bone” Codd the West Division Academic Player of the Month for December. Codd, who attended Brighton High School before signing with the Spirit, scored five goals with four assists in 53 games during his rookie season in 2019-20. Saginaw took Codd in the fourth round of the 2019 OHL Draft after he scored 16 goals with 33 assists for Little Caesars. MOREBrighton’s Davis ‘T-Bone’ Codd brings elite hockey, golf, hair game to Saginaw SpiritSaginaw Spirit, Flint Firebirds seasons put on hold againPhiladelphia Flyers sign Saginaw Spirit defenseman Mason Millmanmlive.com
Metro Detroit family hopes success story inspires others to adopt
Chuck and Casey Edwards fostered Brienna Jones. In the past, she’s rarely talked about homelessness, truancy and more -- but now, Brienna Jones is an open book. Just a home until someone permanently adopted Brienna Jones. In November, Brienna Jones became an official part of the family. There’s a lot of great stories that come from adopting teenagers.”Great stories that children like Brienna Jones thought were only fiction.