Goodrich headed to state football finals for first time after Jace Simerson scores five TDs
ROCHESTER, MI – For the first time in school history, Goodrich will be playing for a state football championship. The Martians walloped Riverview 51-26 Saturday in the Division 4 semifinals at Rochester High School to earn a spot in next week state championship game at Ford Field.mlive.com
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MILAN, MI -- The fans voted and our photographer was on hand to shoot all the action in Milan’s week 5 game against Riverview. And now, subscribers can get high-resolution downloads of their favorite photos from the game for free. Just scroll through the above gallery and click the “get photo” button below every photo you want. As a subscriber, you will also get 50 percent off photo keepsakes. And make sure to stay with MLive for full coverage of all the football action this season.mlive.com
See photos from Milan’s high school football matchup with Riverview
You can order prints of any of these football photos by clicking the “Buy photo” button in the caption of every photo. News, notes, player of the week and more heading into Week 6Michigan high school football photos 2022: Our favorites from Week 4Subscribers! Download your free photos from Frankenmuth win over John GlennCheck out 63 photos as Frankenmuth football faces John GlennSubscribers! Download your free photos from Standish-Sterling win over Bullock CreekOur favorite 10 images from Bullock Creek football game against Standish-SterlingSubscribers! Download your free photos from Birch Run win over John GlennCheck out 79 photos as Birch Run football faces down John GlennSubscribers!mlive.com
The readers have spoken: See which Week 6 Ann Arbor-area game we will shoot, subscribers get free photos
ANN ARBOR – The Huron League matchup between Milan and Riverview has been chosen as the Ann Arbor-area Game of the Week, voted on by readers. An MLive/Ann Arbor News photographer will be attending the game on Friday, and because readers chose this matchup as the Game of the Week, subscribers will be able to get the photos from the contest for free.mlive.com
Check out Metro Detroit high school football scores from Week 3 on Sep. 9
The following scores are collected from either the Michigan High School Athletic Association or the Associated Press. These are score from Friday, Sep. 9, or Week 3 of the football season. Belleville 59, Livonia Churchill 8Berkley 48, Pontiac 28Birmingham Seaholm 63, Auburn Hills Avondale 29Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 26, Brownstown Woodhaven 0Carson City-Crystal 23, Riverview Gabriel Richard 20Clinton Township Chippewa Valley 33, Utica Eisenhower 7Detroit Catholic Central 45, DeWitt 38 (OT)Detroit Cody 39, Detroit Communication Media Arts 6Detroit Denby 18, Detroit Western 13Detroit Henry Ford 22, Detroit East English 14Farmington 28, Troy Athens 14Fraser 13, Sterling Heights 8Gibraltar Carlson 35, Allen Park 6Grosse Ile 50, Milan 42Livonia Franklin 50, Dearborn 33Madison Heights Bishop Foley 35, Royal Oak Shrine Catholic 7North Farmington 9, Troy 0Novi 43, Salem 10Riverview 33, New Boston Huron 7Rochester 41, Bloomfield Hills 20Romulus Summit Academy North 49, Southfield Bradford Academy 0Southgate Anderson 42, Wyandotte Roosevelt 14Trenton 24, Taylor 7mlive.com
Complete 2022 Huron League football schedules
Riverview has claimed the previous two Huron League titles and has not lost a league matchup since Sep. 27, 2019. Everyone else in the league will look to take down the reigning champions this fall, which is set to begin before the end of the month. Here is the complete 2022 Huron League football schedule. Carleton AirportAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - IdaSep 1: 7:00 PM - H - Flat RockSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - Monroe St Mary Catholic CentralSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Grosse IleSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - New Boston HuronSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Monroe JeffersonOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - RiverviewOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - MilanOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Dearborn Heights RobichaudFlat RockAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - MelvindaleSep 1: 7:00 PM - A - Carleton AirportSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Monroe JeffersonSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - RiverviewSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - MilanSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Monroe St Mary Catholic CentralOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Grosse IleOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - New Boston HuronOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Livonia ClarencevilleGrosse IleAug 26: 7:00 PM - H - Riverview Gabriel RichardSep 1: 7:00 PM - H - Monroe St Mary Catholic CentralSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - MilanSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Carleton AirportSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Monroe JeffersonSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - New Boston HuronOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Flat RockOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - RiverviewOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Henry FordMilanAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - BerkleySep 1: 7:00 PM - A - New Boston HuronSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - Grosse IleSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Monroe St Mary Catholic CentralSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Flat RockSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - RiverviewOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Monroe JeffersonOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Carleton AirportOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Leadership AcademyMonroe JeffersonAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - OnstedSep 1: 7:00 PM - A - RiverviewSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - Flat RockSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - New Boston HuronSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Grosse IleSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Carleton AirportOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - MilanOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - Monroe St Mary Catholic CentralOct 21: 7:00 PM - A - Erie MasonMonroe St. Mary Catholic CentralAug 26: 7:00 PM - A - Warren Michigan CollegiateSep 1: 7:00 PM - A - Grosse IleSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Carleton AirportSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - MilanSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - RiverviewSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Flat RockOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - New Boston HuronOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Monroe JeffersonOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - EcorseNew Boston HuronAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - MilfordSep 1: 7:00 PM - H - MilanSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - RiverviewSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Monroe JeffersonSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Carleton AirportSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Grosse IleOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Monroe St Mary Catholic CentralOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Flat RockOct 21: 7:00 PM - A - Dearborn Heights CrestwoodRiverviewAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - Dearborn Divine ChildSep 1: 7:00 PM - H - Monroe JeffersonSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - New Boston HuronSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Flat RockSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Monroe St Mary Catholic CentralSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - MilanOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Carleton AirportOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - Grosse IleOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Monroemlive.com
Complete 2022 Catholic High School League football schedules
The Catholic High School League is set to begin its final football season in its current familiar format. The powerhouse conference is set to expand to include five Toledo-area schools next year, meaning this is the final chance for Michigan teams to claim a division or Prep Bowl title before the Ohio schools look to mix things up. Here is the complete 2022 Catholic High School League football schedule. CHSL CENTRALBloomfield Hills Brother RiceAug 25: 4:00 PM - H - Macomb DakotaSep 2: 6:00 PM - A - East KentwoodSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Brownstown WoodhavenSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Warren De La Salle CollegiateSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Catholic CentralSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Orchard Lake St Mary’sOct 7: OPENOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Country DayOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Cass TechDetroit Catholic CentralAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - Clinton Township Chippewa ValleySep 2: 7:00 PM - A - DavisonSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - DeWittSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit U: D JesuitSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Brother RiceSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Warren De La Salle CollegiateOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Orchard Lake St Mary’sOct 15: 4:00 PM - A - Cincinnati La Salle (OH)Oct 21: TBDOrchard Lake St. Mary’sAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - Rochester AdamsSep 2: 7:00 PM - H - HudsonvilleSep 10: 7:00 PM - A - Naperville North (IL)Sep 16: 7:00 PM - H - River RougeSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Warren De La Salle CollegiateSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Brother RiceOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Catholic CentralOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Oak ParkOct 21: TBDWarren De La SalleAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit RenaissanceSep 2: 7:00 PM - H - MuskegonSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit U: D JesuitSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Bloomfield Hills Brother RiceSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Orchard Lake St Mary’sSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit Catholic CentralOct 8: 2:00 PM - A - Dayton Ponitz (OH)Oct 14: 7:00 PM - A - River RougeOct 21: TBDCHSL AADearborn Divine ChildAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - RiverviewSep 1: 5:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Waterford KetteringSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Southgate AndersonSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Livonia ClarencevilleSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit U: D JesuitOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit LoyolaOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Pontiac Notre Dame PrepOct 21: TBDDetroit LoyolaAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Country DaySep 2: 7:00 PM - H - Grand Rapids Catholic CentralSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Ottawa Lake WhitefordSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Pontiac Notre Dame PrepSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit U: D JesuitSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Chicago Christ the King Jesuit (IL)Oct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Dearborn Divine ChildOct 21: TBDDetroit U: D JesuitAug 25: 6:00 PM - A - Oak ParkSep 1: 7:00 PM - A - Birmingham SeaholmSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Warren De La Salle CollegiateSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Catholic CentralSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit LoyolaSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Dearborn Divine ChildOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Country DayOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - PinckneyOct 21: TBDCHSL INTERSECTIONAL IAnn Arbor Fr. Gabriel RichardAug 25: 5:00 PM - H - Detroit University PrepSep 1: 7:00 PM - A - Jackson NorthwestSep 9: 5:00 PM - H - Paw PawSep 16: 5:00 PM - H - Riverview Gabriel RichardSep 24: 1:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Rochester Hills Lutheran NorthwestOct 7: 4:00 PM - H - Madison Heights Bishop FoleyOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - Macomb Lutheran NorthOct 21: 4:00 PM - H - Lutheran WestlandBloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - Livonia ClarencevilleSep 1: 5:00 PM - H - Dearborn Divine ChildSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Waterford Our Lady of the LakesSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Madison Heights Bishop FoleySep 24: 1:00 PM - H - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardOct 1: 3:00 PM - H - Macomb Lutheran NorthOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Walled Lake CentralOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - Riverview Gabriel RichardOct 22: 3:00 PM - H - Redford UnionMacomb Lutheran NorthAug 26: 7:00 PM - H - St Clair Shores South LakeSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - Pontiac Notre Dame PrepSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Livonia ClarencevilleSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Madison Heights Bishop FoleyOct 1: 3:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Riverview Gabriel RichardOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardOct 21: 7:00 PM - A - YaleMadison Heights Bishop FoleyAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - PontiacSep 2: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit PershingSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Royal Oak Shrine CatholicSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Macomb Lutheran NorthSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Riverview Gabriel RichardOct 7: 4:00 PM - A - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Old RedfordOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Redford UnionRiverview Gabriel RichardAug 26: 7:00 PM - A - Grosse IleSep 1: 7:00 PM - H - Royal Oak Shrine CatholicSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Carson City: CrystalSep 16: 5:00 PM - A - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardSep 24: 1:00 PM - A - Muskegon Heights AcademySep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Madison Heights Bishop FoleyOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Macomb Lutheran NorthOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Bloomfieldmlive.com
Store clerk allegedly set teen on fire trying to confirm liquid was flammable
RIVERVIEW, MI – A 17-year-old suffered severe burns after a store clerk allegedly lit his backpack on fire while attempting to confirm that the liquid on it was flammable, FOX 2 Detroit reports. Mazin Shaya is accused of igniting a lighter near the backpack, causing it to go up in flames and then catch the teens shirt, causing severe burns on Thursday morning, June 2, at a convenience store in Riverview, the report said. Shaya was arrested in Sterling Heights on Tuesday and arraigned Wednesday in Wayne County court. The mother of the victim called the police from the emergency room at Wyandotte Hospital, the report said. She said her son, a student at Riverview Community High School, was at the store during his lunch hour when the incident occurred.mlive.com
Riverview student severely burned when market worker ignites lighter fluid dripping from backpack
A 17-year-old student from Riverview is being treated for severe burns after he went to a market during his lunch break and a worker ignited the lighter fluid that was dripping out of his saturated backpack, officials said.
Ex-employee shoots Michigan business owner in parking lot, police say
RIVERVIEW, MI – A business owner was allegedly shot by a former employee in a parking lot on Thursday, April 14, in southeast Michigan, WDIV Local 4 reports. Riverview police officers responded around 6:09 p.m. on Thursday to a report of shots fired in the 11000 block of Longsdorf Avenue. They discovered the business owner shot in the parking lot. Employees told police that Nathan Scott Bottrell, 32, of Riverview, had shot the owner and then had fled on a bicycle, the report said. Bottrell is charged with aggravated assault with intent to commit murder, assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, felonious assault and three felony firearm violations.mlive.com
Downriver man faces 28 charges after allegedly firing on police officers
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Daniel Ireland is facing 28 charges after reportedly firing on police officers who were checking on him Saturday. ORIGINAL STORY: Downriver man taken into custody after firing on officers, police sayAccording to authorities, officers responded to a home located just west of Young Patriots Park and the Riverview Community Center to check on the welfare of Ireland. Police said he was not home, but they saw him driving toward the residence as they were leaving. According to authorities, an off-duty police officer who lived nearby was familiar with the man, called him and the suspect surrendered without incident. AdPolice said officers did not return fire and no injuries were reported.
Downriver man taken into custody after firing on officers, police say
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – A man in Riverview was taken into police custody Saturday afternoon after reportedly firing on police officers who were checking on him. Update: Downriver man faces 28 charges after allegedly firing on police officersAccording to authorities, officers responded to a home located just west of Young Patriots Park and the Riverview Community Center to check on the welfare of a 31-year-old man. Police said the man parked his vehicle, entered the home and exited a few moments later with a tactical vest and a semi automatic gun. Police said he fired several shots at officers, striking a police cruiser and a nearby vehicle before he went back inside his home. AdAccording to authorities, an off-duty police officer who lived nearby was familiar with the man, called him and the suspect surrendered without incident.
Riverview man who allegedly held knife to girlfriend’s throat charged with domestic violence
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Riverview resident Kyle Duke, 21, was arrested on Sunday for physically assaulting his 19-year-old girlfriend from Garden City. On Sunday at around 5 p.m. officers were called to an apartment complex in the 17000 block of Fort Street in Riverview. Duke allegedly repeatedly punched and kicked his girlfriend to prevent her from calling police for help. The victim stated that Duke held a knife to her throat. We’re grateful that the victim’s injuries were not more significant given the alleged involvement of a knife during the incident.
COVID-19 vaccinations begin in Michigan nursing homes
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – On Monday, there was a lot of excitement and anticipation as the first nursing home patients in Michigan began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations. Nearly 140 patients and some of the staff at Rivergate Terrace Care Center were among the first to get their shots. Nursing homes and long term care facilities were some of the hardest hit places by COVID-19. “There are about 91,000 people including residents and staff at nursing facilities, and it is expected to take about three weeks to complete vaccinations. We are pleased that more than 5,000 long-term care facilities – including more than 400 skilled nursing facilities – have been enrolled in the program in Michigan to receive the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine,” said Khaldun.
Man charged after seen on video throwing dog down stairs at Riverview apartment
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Police said a man has been charged with animal neglect and cruelty after a Ring video showed him throwing a dog down a set of stairs inside a Riverview apartment building. According to the Riverview Police Department, the man, identified as Jacob McMillan, turned himself in and was arraigned on the misdemeanor charge Wednesday. On Nov. 10, officers received calls about the video -- posted on social media -- capturing a man throwing the pit bull in the Riverview Crossings apartment building. Police identified McMillan through witness reports. A detective on the case spoke with apartment management, who stated that McMillan did not live in the apartment.
How Detroit’s Wayne County suburbs voted in 2020 presidential election
We’re taking a closer look at how Metro Detroit voted for president in the Nov. 3 General Election. Overall, Wayne County was a definitive vote for Biden -- 68.12% of the vote. In Oakland County, Biden won with 56.36% of the vote -- 433,982 total votes for the Democrat. Macomb County was the lone member of the tri-county region to vote red -- 53.28% of the vote was for Trump in Macomb County (264,535 votes). Share it with Trust Index📧 Sign up for our Election Results newsletter to get election results updates sent right to your inbox:
Vote 4 The Best: 14 Women-Owned Small Businesses in Metro Detroit
Here are a few businesses and organizations that were honorable mentions YOU nominated in our special Vote 4 The Best ‘Editors Pick’ edition. 14 women owned businesses in Metro Detroit:(The above were selected from nominations in Editors Pick, NOT from winners of the main V4TB contest. Editors Pick is different from our main Vote 4 The Best contest. Other Vote 4 The Best picksOur Sponsor -- We’d like to thank Wallside Windows for their longtime sponsorship of Vote 4 the Best and their support of southeast Michigan’s local businesses. Learn more about WDIV Insider - and sign up here!
Michigan General Election Results for Riverview on Nov. 3, 2020
The 2020 General Election will be held on November 3. (Note: Due to an increase in mail-in voting, clerks are expecting delayed results, up to multiple days. Find more election results and news on the Decision 2020 page. 🌟 Become an Insider 🌟Introducing WDIV Insider: A new way for loyal Local 4 fans to gain access and customize your ClickOnDetroit news experience. Learn more about WDIV Insider - and sign up here!
Man starts coughing on Riverview officers, claiming he has COVID-19 during arrest
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – An Allen Park man started coughing on Riverview officers and claiming he had COVID-19 while they tried to arrest him for squealing his tires and excessive noise, police said. Jerid Pardo, 30, of Allen Park, was pulled over Wednesday (Oct. 7) in Riverview for excessive noise and squealing his tires, according to authorities. During the traffic stop, Riverview officers said they realized Pardo’s license was suspended, so he was arrested. Police needed Pardo’s keys to tow the car, but while they retrieved the keys, Pardo started resisting arrest, according to officials. Officers got control of Pardo, but he started actively coughing on both officers and claiming he was infected with COVID-19, police said.
Vehicle at Riverview gas station vandalized, police seek suspect
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Police are looking for a person wanted in connection to the vandalism of a vehicle at a gas station in Riverview. According to authorities, at about 7 a.m. Sept. 7, the suspected vandal damaged a vehicle at the Mobil Gas Station located near the intersection of Fort Street and Pennsylvania Road. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Riverview Police Department at 734-281-4214. More: Metro Detroit crime news
Riverview under citywide boil water order
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – The city of Riverview is under a boil water order until further notice while it experiences a water shutoff. Here’s a statement from the city:“The city is currently experiencing a city-wide water shutoff from GLWA due to a valve replacement project. We are working with GLWA to get the water turned back on.”Riverview police said the city is under a boil water order until further notice. Water service is restored however this caused the city of Riverview to need to issue a boil water advisory. It is expected that this boil water advisory will last 48 hours so that sampling can be done to ensure water quality.
Coronavirus death toll at neighboring care facilities in Metro Detroit may be worst in US
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Kathy McGuire lost her 87-year-old mother, Sara, to coronavirus (COVID-19). On June 15, Whitmer ordered that all nursing home staff and residents be tested for coronavirus. McGuire’s mother was a resident in Rivergate Terrace in April when she got sick. In March and April, Rivergate insiders and families told Local 4 that COVID-19 was spreading like wildfire. “I would ask her why would you not come forth to protect our senior citizens, loved ones in nursing homes, who were the most vulnerable?” McGuire said.
Families protest Downriver nursing home after 20 residents die of COVID-19
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – A protest was held Wednesday outside Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home in Riverview after 20 residents died from coronavirus. They are not cleaning or doing anything in there.”Officials with Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home said two weeks ago that seven residents died of COVID-19. Four more died at Rivergate Health, next door and 72 staff members have tested positive for coronavirus. Families said both facilities are too short staffed to care for 300 residents. “Help these people men and women risking lives.”Residents are now being tested as Rivergate received 50 tests Wednesday.
73-year-old woman dies from amid state investigation of COVID-19 at Riverview nursing home
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – A woman said she found out her mother was sick by peering through the window of the Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home in Riverview. On Wednesday the woman’s 73-year-old mother died, and according to her family it was because of coronavirus (COVID-19). Tracy Estrada said details of her mother weren’t coming out of Rivergate Nursing Home so she went there herself and had to look through her window, and what she saw was alarming. She said she saw staff wearing protective gear and her mother was shaking. Local 4 has learned from insiders at Rivergate that coronavirus was spreading to residents and staff like wildfire for weeks.
‘My heart is broken’ -- Downriver nursing home under investigation after COVID-19 deaths
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Metro Detroit nursing homes have been badly impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19). April 11 update -- Michigan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases up to 23,993; Death toll now at 1,392“My heart is broken," said Carol Albin. "My mom was my best friend.”Albin’s 81-year-old mother was a resident at Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home in Riverview. Albin didn’t know coronavirus was in Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home and wasn’t told her mother had suddenly came down with symptoms. “If I lose him, I don’t know if I can handle this," Albin said.
‘Extremely upsetting’: Family shocked to hear 7 residents at Metro Detroit nursing home have died from COVID-19
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Metro Detroit nursing homes have been badly impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19). At Regency Nursing Home in Livonia, 15 people have died, while six people at SKLD, also in Livonia, have died. It was also recently reported that seven people at Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home in Riverview have died from COVID-19. How easily the virus spreadsHow easily a virus spreads from person-to-person can vary. Some viruses are highly contagious (spread easily), like measles, while other viruses do not spread as easily.
‘It’s not safe there’ -- COVID-19 outbreak reported at Downriver nursing home
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home in Riverview is a massive rehabilitation home that has become a COVID-19 hot spot. RELATED: Riverview nursing home management accused of downplaying coronavirus outbreak that killed 7A former employee spoke with Local 4 after walking out Friday. As we received notification of each positive test, any resident who was known to have contact with the resident who tested positive was immediately isolated. Three of the 21 residents who tested positive have returned to our facility and are under the isolated care of our facility associates. "We have been and will continue to follow all CMS, CDC and state and local health department guidelines concerning COVID-19.
Riverview nursing home management accused of downplaying coronavirus outbreak that killed 7
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Seven residents at a nursing home in Riverview have died from the coronavirus (COVID-19), and management is accused of downplaying the outbreak and putting residents and workers in danger. The outbreak happened at the Rivergate Terrace near the intersection of Pennsylvania Road and Fort Street in Riverview. McGuire said she fully expected her 87-year-old mother, Sara, to rehab from a fall at Rivergate Terrace and then return home. Nursing home statementHere is a statement from Sujata Chaddha, interim executive director at Riverview Terrace:"Twenty-one Rivergate Terrace residents have tested positive for COVID-19 as of April 9, along with 15 associates. As we received notification of each positive test, any resident who was known to have contact with the resident who tested positive was immediately isolated.
Multiple residents die from COVID-19 at Wayne County nursing home
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home in Riverview is a massive rehabilitation home that has become a COVID-19 hot spot. Officials with the nursing home have confirmed seven residents have died and many more testing positive for COVID-19. As we received notification of each positive test, any resident who was known to have contact with the resident who tested positive was immediately isolated. Three of the 21 residents who tested positive have returned to our facility and are under the isolated care of our facility associates. We have been and will continue to follow all CMS, CDC and state and local health department guidelines concerning COVID-19.
Alpacas brighten day for Riverview nursing home residents
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – While nursing home residents can’t have guests during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, some surprise visitors dropped by to brighten their day Thursday. Three alpacas paid a visit to the Rivergate Terrace Nursing Home in Riverview. Fin, Thunder and Lego spent time outside the windows of residents. They are currently stuck in their rooms because of COVID-19. The animals will return to the nursing home when the pandemic ends so the seniors can meet them up close.
Riverview police: Missing 17-year-old girl believed to be in danger found safe
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Riverview police said a 17-year-old girl who was reported missing was found safe Thursday. Police said Summer Marie Johnson was last seen leaving Riverview Community High School on foot. Police believed she may have been in danger.
Riverview police: Missing 17-year-old girl believed to be in danger
RIVERVIEW, Mich. – Riverview police believe a missing 17-year-old girl is in danger. UPDATE: Missing girl found safePolice said Summer Marie Johnson was last seen leaving Riverview Community High School on foot. Johnson does not have a cellphone with her, and police said she may have a cognitive impairment. She stands 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 103 pounds. She was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a black jacket and a dark-colored shirt.