Michigan Matters: Helping Veterans & Honoring America’s Fallen HeroesSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Cong. Peter Meijer, who served in Iraq, about helping veterans, and his brief and turbulent time in Washington.
Resurrection Cemetery To Host Annual Memorial Day Service On May 31Resurrection Cemetery in Clinton Township recognizes those who have died in all American wars by hosting a Memorial Day service.
Oakland County Veterans May Be Eligible For $2,500 Through COVID-19 Emergency Financial Relief Program. Here's How To ApplyOakland County veterans, service members and eligible dependents impacted by the pandemic and needing financial help can apply for up to $2,500 in assistance through the Veterans COVID-19 Emergency Financial Relief Program. Here's how to apply.
Whitmer, State Leaders Announce Bipartisan Legislation Ahead Of Veterans DayGov. Gretchen Whitmer and state leaders announced bipartisan legislation ahead of Veterans Day.
Big Lots Honors Veterans By Launching 'Always On' DiscountNew discount for active military and veterans offers 10% off every day.
How To Get Stuck In America, And Make The Best Of It!"I Had No Birth Certificate, I Had Nothing To Start The Life Of An Immigrant To America."
Man Mows Veteran Lawns in all 50 StatesAn Alabama man says he has completed his quest to mow lawns for veterans in all 50 states.
Michigan Matters: Celebrating Veterans and Paying Attention to Mental HealthCarol Cain sits with Kevin Fischer, CEO of the NAMI and Willie Brooks, President & CEO of the DWMH, as they discuss importance of mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month.
These 2 Michigan Cities Are The Best For VeteransThe Military Times did a study to see what cities are best for veterans. Here are the Michigan's cities that made the list.
Lost Purple Hearts to be Returned to Dead Soldiers' FamiliesRelatives of three dead U.S servicemen plan to gather in western Michigan to receive lost Purple Heart medals their loved ones had earned in World War II.
Detroit Set to Host Conference on Veteran Homelessness Leaders from more than 70 communities across the United States and Canada are expected to attend a conference in Detroit to discuss efforts to end chronic homelessness and homelessness among U.S. military veterans.