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30 in Their Thirties: Dr. Carlos A. Ramirez // 36

While completing his residency at St. John Providence Health System in Warren, Dr. Carlos A. Ramirez observed an increasing amount of head and neck cancer patients receiving treatment elsewhere due to a lack of services available within the St. John system.

30 in Their Thirties: Dwight Brown // 35

Although he started working for General Motors Co. full time in 2004, Dwight Brown’s history with the automaker stretches back to his days as an undergraduate at Iowa State University.

30 in Their Thirties: Kathleen Borschke // 34

After seven years of selling sponsorships for several National Hockey League teams across the country, Troy native Kathleen Borschke was ready to come home.

‘Hockeyfest’ Provides Ice Breaker for Red Wings Fans on Sunday

Detroit Red Wings players Johan Franzen, Darren Helm, Jimmy Howard and others will join Wings alumni including Ted Lindsay as well as Fox Sports Detroit TV personalities on Sunday for HockeyFest — a chance for fans to tour the team’s locker room, meet and chat with players, and participate in other hockey-related activities.

Lose the Wallet: Detroit Startup Brings ‘Stik Pocket’ to Smartphones

Stik Pocket — a Detroit-based smartphone accessories company — has created a vinyl pocket that wraps around smartphone cases and can hold identification, credit cards, money, and other items.

First 2015 Ford Mustang Rolls Off the Line at Flat Rock Plant

The 2015 Ford Mustang began production today at the Flat Rock assembly plant and — for the first time in its 50-year history — the iconic vehicle will be sold globally in 120 countries.

Detroit Looks to Redevelop Brewster Wheeler Recreation Center

The Brewster Wheeler Recreation Center — where famed Detroit boxer Joe Louis once trained — has remained vacant since 2006 and that’s something Detroit officials would like to see change.

Detroit Zoo Conducts Personality Study on Turtles, Predicts Survival Rates

Personality studies are usually reserved for humans, but at the Detroit Zoo, the subjects are tiny turtle hatchlings.

MSU Study: Abusive Leadership Detrimental to Productivity

Supervisors who are abusive to individual employees can cause conflict among their entire work team and hurt productivity, according to new research by a business scholar from Michigan State University.

Beaumont First in Michigan to Test Drug to Prevent Atrial Fibrillation

Beaumont Health System is the first in Michigan to participate in a national study testing a new drug treatment for the prevention of atrial fibrillation — a heart rhythm disorder that increases the risk of stroke — in patients with heart failure.