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The Kresge Foundation has issued a $4.5 million guarantee on a loan to help the United Community Housing Coalition, as it waits for federal rent aid.
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The firing of a high school coach for directing a racial slur at a student athlete is the latest in a string of racial incidents in Rochester Hills.
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