Did you lose a loved one to COVID-19? This is your chance to share that person’s story with the world
Maybe it was when the pandemic first arrived in the United States, or perhaps it only happened in recent weeks or months. But if you lost a friend or family member to COVID-19, and you’d like to memorialize that person’s legacy, we invite you to share more.
Your wild home-buying, home-selling stories: These 7 help paint the picture
We’ve all heard about it by now: Houses are selling like crazy (and they have been for quite some time now), interest rates have been at all-time lows, and it seems like everywhere you turn, you learn of another wild real estate story.
You paid HOW much over asking? Tell us your wild housing market stories here
We’ve all heard about it by now: Houses are selling like crazy (and they have been for quite some time), interest rates have been at all-time lows, and it seems like everywhere you turn, you learn of another wild real estate story.
Women’s History Month: Who inspires you?
Who inspires you? March is Women’s History Month, a time for us to honor and share the stories of women who have helped pave the way in their respective fields in the United States, and beyond. We’d like you to share stories about the women who inspire you. She could be a famous person or someone close to you. Related: Women’s History Month stories
Here are the Ann Arbor area farms offering subscriptions at upcoming virtual CSA fair
ANN ARBOR – The Michigan Statewide CSA Network will be hosting an upcoming virtual CSA fair featuring Michigan farms on Feb. 26. A Community Supported Agriculture share is a subscription program to a local farm in which you pay a farmer upfront for a regular delivery or pickup of their harvest. The CSA fair will consist of two drop-in Zoom sessions: one at “lunch hour” from noon to 1 p.m. and a “happy hour” session from 5-6 p.m. Regional breakout rooms will be available so you can learn more about which farms offer shares in your area. Here are the Ann Arbor area farms offering CSAs this year:Interested in participating in the fair?
Share your Red Wings stories
1997 Season: Red Wing captain Steve Yzerman leads teammates around the ice with the Stanley Cup. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios via Getty Images Studios/Getty Images)I am looking for stories about the Detroit Red Wings. But all Red Wings fans, young and old, have special memories from Olympia Stadium, Joe Louis Arena, LCA to share. Let’s hear about it:I’ll feature these stories in the Dear Red Wings newsletter, so be sure to share story and check that box to sign up! Related: Memorable Red Wings moments at Joe Louis Arena
Pins: Celebrate Michigan winter with your snow photos and videos! ❄️
In Michigan, we celebrate a good winter. 🛷Please take a moment to share your Michigan winter photos and videos right here. 📸🌟 Become an Insider 🌟Introducing WDIV Insider: A new way for loyal Local 4 fans to gain access and customize your ClickOnDetroit news experience. This new and free membership is our way of saying thank you — and your way of getting in on the news action. AdLearn more about WDIV Insider - and sign up here!
Higher turnout benefited Biden, but Trump still gained votes across Washtenaw County
ChelseaBiden: 2,485 (66%)Trump: 1,238 (33%)Change: Trump picked up 142 more votes compared to 2016, but his share of total votes went down 1%. DexterBiden: 2,050 (69%)Trump: 858 (29%)Change: Trump picked up 65 more votes compared to 2016, but his share of total votes went down 3%. MilanBiden: 1,318 (54%)Trump: 1,031 (43%)Change: Trump picked up 115 more votes compared to 2016, but his share of total votes went down 1%. SalineBiden: 3,828 (63%)Trump: 2,096 (35%)Change: Trump picked up 102 more votes compared to 2016, but his share of total votes went down 2%. Ypsilanti TownshipBiden: 22,848 (74%)Trump: 7,370 (24%)Change: Trump picked up 773 more votes compared to 2016, but his share of total votes went down 1%.mlive.com
Are you The Worlds Most Okayest Parent?' Tell us why
Live in the D is looking for Detroits Most Okayest Parent.During a pandemic with few camps and childcare, plus questionable school plans for the fall, we want to celebrate those parents who are doing a completely OK job of raising their kids. And OK is alright with us. Is your house a mess and your kids are on screens all day? Tell us what makes you Detroits Most Okayest Parent on ClickOnDetroit. If we pick your story to read on air, well send you a LITD Detroits Most Okayest Parent coffee mug.