Man Sets Out To Mow Lawns In 50 States For People In NeedThe founder of Raising Men Lawn Care Service started mowing lawns for those in need three years ago after seeing a neighbor in Alabama struggling to cut his grass.
Lawsuit Says Oakland Township Zoning Biased Against ElderlyThe suit was filed after plans to build a 282-unit development accommodating the elderly and disabled were denied.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: State Going Gray; Are We Ready?Michigan is getting grayer by the year. By 2050, more than 25-percent of the state’s residents will be over the age of 65.
U.S. Attorney Cracking Down On Scammers Targeting SeniorsSeniors should be reminded that they should never give out their personal information over the telephone or online.
"Bridging The Gaps Of Life" Event On SaturdayBeing a caregiver for a sick or elderly loved one can be tough, but this weekend, you can get some advice.
Conferences Aim To Protect Senior Citizens From Theft, FraudTwo conferences are coming to metro Detroit next week to help prevent theft and fraud against senior citizens.
NASCAR Driver Jeff Gordon Joins Forces With GleanersNASCAR's Jeff Gordon visited Detroit to kick off a month-long food drive with Gleaners and Quicken Loans.
Law Allows Doctors To Raise Concerns About DrivingA Michigan law allows doctors to alert state officials if they believe a patient's vision loss, dementia or other age-related health problems could threaten their driving abilities.
Wayne State Finds 'Psychologically Vulnerable' More Vulnerable To Fraudsters
Men Plead In $9 Million Ponzi Scheme That Targeted ElderlyTwo West Michigan men accused of defrauding investors in a $9 million Ponzi scheme have pleaded no contest to racketeering charges.
2 Seniors With Dementia Found Dead OutsideAuthorities are investigating the separate deaths of two elderly Oakland County residents who suffered from dementia and were found outside.
Mich. Senate Panel OKs Removing Judge Age LimitSome Michigan lawmakers are looking to remove an age limit for judges.