Welcome back, Detroit! It's Tuesday, so let's get you started with everything you need to know going on in town today.
First, today's weather:
Hazy sun. High: 34 Low: 32.
Here are the top stories today in Detroit:
Detroit lawmakers plan to
challenge redistricting maps over racial fairness. (The Detroit News)
looking for suspects who broke into Happy's Pizza. (FOX 2 Detroit)
Detroit Business School To
Reopen This Year As An HBCU. (CBS Detroit)
Pfizer Boosters For Kids 12-15: What Detroit Parents Need To
Know (Detroit Patch)
Pause Return, Announce COVID-19 Testing Changes. (Detroit Patch)
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Today in Detroit:
MYSTERY BOOK CLUB - Caroline Kennedy Library (3:00 PM)
RHS Boy's Varsity Basketball - RHS vs. Detroit Pershing (PSL Division) @ RHS (4:00 PM)
Girls Varsity Basketball vs Clarenceville High School (Events) (6:00 PM)
From my notebook:
Detroit Symphony Orchestra: "For one night only, enjoy the magnificent Pictures at an Exhibition with the DSO. Afterwards, wish the orchestra 'bon voyage' as they embark on their week-long Florida tour! »bit.ly/3q00wAh" (Facebook)
Detroit Symphony Orchestra: "Experience the true tale of Haydn's famous "Farewell" Symphony with the DSO, Jan 6-9 in your neighborhood. bit.ly/3GR2JEI In 1772, under Prince Esterházy, musicians had endured unfavorable working conditions, including forced to stay..." (Facebook)
Detroit Medical Center: "Michael survived a long, grueling battle with COVID-19 thanks to the team at DMC Harper University Hospital. The virus caused havoc on his lungs and he spent 41 days in critical care on ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation). He then..." (Facebook)
Detroit Public Schools Community District: "The Expect Respect Character Trait for the month of January is Citizenship! For the month of Jan talk to your student about being a good citizen and ways that your student can be helpful around the house!" (Facebook)
Detroit Public Schools Community District: "Delayed Return to School Announcement for families and students This is an important message from Superintendent Nikolai Vitti regarding the post-holiday break return, due to the city's all-time high rate of infection at 36 percent, ther..." (Facebook)
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Source : https://news.yahoo.com/detroit-lawmakers-sue-over-maps-205655542.html