In just three weeks, the United States has been been by two ferocious hurricanes. Hurricane-damage isn’t something Michiganders have to worry about, but it’s good to still have a disaster plan for you and your family.
Thunderbird Lanes in Troy was for decades among the area’s most popular bowling alleys, the setting for countless children’s birthday parties and the 1980s “Beat the Champ” bowling show on WDIV-TV (Channel 4).
Today, it is a unlikely magnet for clients and new millennial-generation employees of a fast-growing marketing agency that now has its headquarters there.
As downgraded-to-a-tropical-depression Harvey moves across the country, the damage in its wake has left at least 32 people dead and displaced more than 32,000 Gulf Coast residents.
Also in the storm’s wake: a financial services industry that seems eager to help in any way possible.
For more than 50 years, the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency, or OLHSA, has continued former President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty” with relief programs aimed at those facing financial hardship.
A 53-year-old Massachusetts woman is the sole winner of Wednesday’s $758.7 million Powerball jackpot. Mavis Wanczyk has already quit her job. According to financial advice experts, she’s made a couple of poor decisions, too.
Let’s say the next lucky winner is you. How would you handle that incredible amount of money? What would you do? After the initial elation, it’s pretty obvious that sort of windfall would bring enormous complications into you life, and even some risks.
Dr. Meredith Price’s smile lights up her office in the new Beaumont Medical Building on Jefferson in the City of Grosse Pointe. The medical dermatologist and City of Grosse Pointe resident is nothing short of excited to open the doors of the new Hamzavi Dermatology office and give back to the community in which she was born and raised. Learn more here.