Q&A with Moses Cooper, Jr.

Moses, a retired TARTA bus driver of 32 years, now is a teacher of technology. The 86-year-old holds free classes at Senior Star, a senior living community, teaching his peers how to use digital devices to better communicate with their families and grandchildren.

Raising money for recovery housing

The Zepf Center repeats its successful fundraiser, “Don’t Skirt the Issue – Help” on Friday, October 20 at the Zepf Community Center, with proceeds directed to developing housing specifically for mothers to continue working on their recovery without being separated from their children, the #1 reason why women leave treatment. Last year’s event raised almost

Local Impact from Opiods

DEAD at 18, DEAD at 54. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Opioids including prescription opioids and heroin killed more than 33,000 people in 2015, more than any [previous] year on record. Nearly half of all opioid overdose deaths involve a prescription opioid.” Norine Wasielewski, the Zepf Center’s (ZC) Chief Operations

THE BOWSHER BOWL

There is a unique football stadium that sits at the corner of South Detroit and Glanzman. Its formal name is Charles W Matthews Stadium, but I have always known it as the Bowsher Bowl. I became familiar with the Bowsher Bowl in 1965. St. John’s High School (SJ) had just opened and fielded a freshmen