Emerging from the debris mountain in my office last week was a glass-encased yellow certificate reading:
A Grand Rapids woman whose toddler ate crack cocaine three years ago was sentenced to prison last week for enticing a girl, 15, to a hotel where a man waited to have sex with her.
Last we heard from Aramark, Michigan was ending its three-year, $145-million contract with the prison food vendor 15 months early after finding inmates were served food that was rotten, had maggots
The use and misuse of paid federal leave is getting increased attention, the Washington Post says, because of Homeland Security department cases such as these:
Former local state Rep. Cindy Gamrat has nothing on Detroit’s Virgil Smith, who plans to resign his Senate April 12 after starting 10 months in jail for shooting his ex-wife’s Mercedes Benz.
“Move over, Judge Judy,” says the Associated Press. “Alaska’s mama grizzly is getting a gavel.”
A woman who used to be a man is running for Sparta Township supervisor as “Gidget Groendyk, formerly Scott Wade Langford.”
New studies show office workers who append moral quotes to their emails or perch religious icons on their desks may pre-empt their bosses from asking them to do things that are unethical.
n my younger and more vulnerable years, my father gave me advice I’ve been turning over in my mind ever since. “Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone,” he said, “make sure they can’t hit back.
“Bacon Wrapped Deep Dish is Back” the sign said. It was missing?