Darlene A. White, Special to The Detroit News Published 11:14 p.m. ET July 12, 2019 Buy PhotoMary Pustelak walks through "The Outpost," a Native American-inspired village she and husband Robert Mounts built in their Detroit backyard. (Photo: Daniel Mears, The Detroit News)Detroit — Surrounded by dozens of miniature American flags, a small white home on Detroit’s west side has a hidden story in the backyard.
Hundreds came out last Tuesday night to show love and support for 17-year-old Carleigh Shae Singleton whose life tragically ended as a result of an automobile accident February 24, 2019 at 12:00 pm. The William Campbell High School Senior Class put together a candlelight vigil at the Brookneal Community Building on Main Street. Students, facility, friends, members of the community, and family all gathered to share stories and memories of Carleigh with one another.
The Altavista Police Dept. held its second year of the “Shop with a Cop” event on Saturday Dec. 22, with 42 children selected from ages 3-14. Each child that went shopping with a participating officer had roughly $125 each to spend at Walmart. The children were asked to spend $65 on clothing and $60 on toys.