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June 7th, 9:19 pm
City of Muskegon Heights

Tuesday morning the Sherman Blvd. construction shifts traffic to the north side of the road to complete crosswalks and intersections ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday morning the Sherman Blvd. construction shifts traffic to the north side of the road to complete crosswalks and intersections

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City of Muskegon Heights y’all keep fixing the same street how bout we get somebody to cut the grass down on park and Broadway the kids can’t even walk on the sidewalk it’s not telling what will jump out🤬🤬🤬

June 2nd, 10:28 pm
City of Muskegon Heights

THANK YOU JULIE DUNMIRE FOR THIS POST! GREAT THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN MUSKEGON HEIGHTS!I came to the City of Muskegon Heights last week for some bad news. Shootings were raging through the area.

Before leaving, I made it a mission to find some good things to do stories on here. Things are never as bad as they seem, and you don’t have to look hard to find a massive community of Muskegon Heights Tigers alumni making a difference in the place they grew up.

That’s where Kaja Thornton-Hunter comes in. She just opened “The Business Cafe” on the corner of Maffet and Barney.

It’s a place for people to go to work, with incredibly fast internet, coffee that’ll only cost you what you can afford, and a space for people to meet and create new opportunities that didn’t exist in this community before, in a space the community hasn’t had.

They even have the middle schoolers from the local Boys and Girls club come here to do their homework. It’s their way of setting an example.

Full story at 4, 5, and 6. You know where.
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THANK YOU JULIE DUNMIRE  FOR THIS POST! GREAT THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN MUSKEGON HEIGHTS!

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It is nice to see our elected officials doing something about inflation and capping prices so that they do NOT go any higher only hurting the poor even worse. Rising prices hurt families that are already struggling. It puts a unwanted burden on them for no reason! Our adminstration is saying NO to higher prices that hurt and affect the poor. People should take time out of there day to thank them for doing something about rising costs that affect us all.

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