Report: How Michigan Ranks in Number of At-Risk YouthMany young people in America face a wide range of social disadvantages — lack of a stable home or positive role models, for example — that make for a rocky transition to adulthood, according to a new study that ranked the U.S. states by the number of at-risk youth.
Free Youth Hunting Licenses At Meijer For A Limited TimeFree junior hunting licenses are available at Meijer stores Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14 and 15. Print the coupon below and bring it to your local Meijer store.
Opinion: Media Covers Up Violence Of Flash MobsFlash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.
Wayne County Parks Seeks Youth Advisory Board MembersWayne County Parks is seeking input on programming and park issues for Wayne County Parks including parks along Hines Drive, Elizabeth Park, Bell Creek Park, Inkster Park and Crosswinds Marsh.
Detroit Recognized As Pioneer In Youth Violence PreventionAttorney General Eric Holder is recognizing Detroit and five other cities for their progress in preventing youth violence.
Symposium Focuses On Minority Youths In DetroitHundreds of teens and college students spent the day at the Skillman Foundation's Boys of Color event at Wayne County Community College.
Nonprofit Seeks PR, Social Media ExpertWinning Futures, the Warren nonprofit for high school youth, is recruiting a full-time public relations specialist to create and coordinate projects for marketing, donor recognition, events, and mentor recruitment.
Bing Updates City On Youth Violence InitiativesPrograms are now in effect that work to provide kids safe routes to and from school, as well as keeping students in the educational system instead of expelling them.
Detroit Teens Have A Message For The MayorSome Detroit teens are getting an up close look at the blight in one section of the city.
Empowering Youth To Make Detroit A Better PlaceCan we make Detroit a better place just by starting from our youth? That is what some community leaders believe. Think of it as an investment for our future.
Pugh: Educating Youth Will Help Grow CityDetroit City Council President Charles Pugh says educated youth will help grow the city.