The Detroit Red Wings host "Hometown Holiday Assist" shopping spree for deserving kids with a special surprise!
With the help of the Detroit Red Wings, 21 youngsters went shopping for kids that are currently staying at Children's Hospital of Michigan and likely will be there throughout the holidays.
In return, the kids who were doing the shopping for others were surprised with new hockey gear and a shopping spree of their own!
Just another reason why we LOVE our Detroit Red Wings!
Check out the video to see the surprise!
Red Wings players welcomed youth hockey players from the Jack Adams Arena program for a shopping spree Thursday night in Madison Heights to buy presents for kids at DMC Children's Hospital. But there was a twist - the young shoppers were rewarded for their generosity. Brad Galli reports.
Flint replaces lead, iron water pipelines a year ahead of schedule
Great news for Flint... city officials have excavated and replaced all of the lead and iron pipelines one year ahead of time!
"We have been ahead of schedule from the very beginning. Public health and public trust has been priority one and we have never wavered from our mission to provide safe, clean drinking water to every resident in the city of Flint," Flint Mayor Karen Weaver told The Detroit News. "Moving forward, we will continue our fight to make Flint whole. We have made a lot of progress in these last two years, and I do not plan on slowing down. We will continue to make our case for in home fixtures and appliances that were damaged as a result of this crisis, to be fixed. We will continue to cry out for justice and that those who are responsible for this tragedy be held accountable, no matter the person."
Flint residents are still advised against using the city's tap water even though testing has showed lead levels have receded below federal action standards for about two years.
Post Office Won't Deliver Mail Wednesday In Honor Of President Bush...
US Postal Services says mail delivery suspended Wednesday as George H.W. Bush's body arrives in Washington.
The U.S. Postal Service has announced it will not be delivering mail on Wednesday in honor of former President George H.W. Bush.
Wednesday, Dec. 5th has been declared a 'national day of mourning' in honor of the 41st President, with federal government agencies closing on that day.
That includes the Post Office, which in a written statement said it would suspend delivery and close all branches on Wednesday "Out of respect" for Bush's "vast contributions to our country during his lifetime".
"Limited' package delivery will still happen on Wednesday.
...Does this seem unusual to you?
Can you remember the Post Office closing for any other non-holiday?
No mail on Wednesday because President Donald J. Trump has proclaimed Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, as a National Day of Mourning in remembrance of former President George H.W. Bush. https://t.co/n39F43fRFR