USPS to institute changes ahead of holiday season, crews digging where the road has warped in southwest Detroit

U.S. Postal Service to institute changes ahead of holiday shipping season

DETROIT – Several people in the Detroit metro area are having mail issues and things could get worse before they get better.

New changes that take effect on Friday could slow delivery even further, leaving many residents worried as the busy holiday season approaches.

Residents should expect a slowdown in the delivery of first class mail. In addition, starting on Sunday, prices for all commercial and retail packages will increase until the end of the year.

According to the United States Postal Service, “most first class mail (61%) and periodicals (93%) will not be affected by the new service standards.”

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Michigan COVID: Here’s what to know September 30, 2021

Weather Metro Detroit: Quiet, quiet night ahead of potential weekend downpours

It’s another beautiful day in paradise, with abundant sunshine and temperatures close to 70 degrees (21 degrees Celsius) in most areas.

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4 quick facts

  • Almost three weeks ago, the ground of southwest Detroit rose into the air. He cordoned off the road, destroyed buildings, and left residents wondering what caused it. Click here to read more.
  • Larry Nassar survivors joined forces with Robert Anderson survivors in Lansing on Thursday. Click here to read more.
  • Juwan Deering, 50, was released from prison as a free man on Thursday, September 30 after his conviction was overturned in a fatal fire in Royal Oak Township. Click here to read more.
  • Horland Patterson was intentionally punched and killed in the parking lot of a Detroit Coney Island restaurant in 2019. His family is still demanding answers two years later. Click here to read more.

To be informed

Here’s What Happens: Metro Detroit Doctors See Cough, Gardening Injury

There is a lot of coughing in the Detroit metro area this week. While not unusual at this time of year, given the ongoing COVID pandemic, coughs are getting more attention than ever before.

Although a cough can be a symptom of COVID, there are several other illnesses that can cause a cough. Doctors and hospitals in Metro Detroit have reported a consistent number of COVID-positive patients.

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Michigan Schools Face Nursing Shortage As COVID Continues to Spread

As Michigan schools brace for new outbreaks of COVID, school nurses are on the front lines for thousands of students, teachers and families.

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Michigan is one of seven states that does not account for the number of school nurses caring for students, according to the National Association of School Nurses. The last full check-up took place in 2014. At the time, Michigan had about 500 school nurses, leaving about 800,000 students without a full-time nurse.

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