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Michael Rubenstein travels to Lansing to watch as May is declared Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Month.
The company co-founded by a Farmington Hills resident takes on a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical about a family affected by mental illness.
Speakers at a Monday forum hosted by the Farmington Area Suicide Prevention Task Force say the topics are related by shame and stigma.
The April 24 event, which is open to the public, explores the connections between abusive relationships and the risk of suicide.
Board-certified ear, nose and throat specialist Warren Brandes says early detection can lead to a cure for many head and neck cancers.
Local Connections, Awareness
There were more than 4,000 accidents last year in work zones across the state, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
Deborah Smith needs an organ donor for the third time.
Farmington Hills resident John Ricco, diagnosed in 2000, spreads the word about a Gilda's Club support group.
Michael Rubenstein's annual dinners draw hundreds of people together to help fight a disease he has battled since age 9.
Police & Fire, Obituaries, Awareness
These obituaries were published on the websites of local funeral homes from March 13-19.
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