Deja Green
Reporter

Deja Green

Deja Green is a Michigan State University senior majoring in journalism with a specialization in broadcast. Her interest in journalism began at the young age of six. Her passion for journalism continued while working in the Spartan Newsroom during the 2016 election season. She is excited to further her experience as a reporting intern at HOMTV while working toward her career goal of a news reporter.

  • Meridian Township Welcomes Woodworth Commercial
    10/16/2018
  • No Straight Ticket Voting This November
    10/12/2018
  • Hydrant Flushing Has Begun
    10/12/2018
  • A Platform That Aids in Navigation of Life
    10/10/2018
  • Meridian Garden Club Receives National Recognition
    10/3/2018
  • Board Talks Growing Medical Marijuana in Meridian Township
    9/19/2018
  • Area Police and Fire Departments Remember 9/11
    9/11/2018
  • A Conversation That Could Have Saved a Lansing Catholic Teacher's Life
    9/10/2018
  • Board Makes Little Progress with Medical Marijuana Ordinance
    9/6/2018
  • Township Manager Responds to Comments in Judge Aquilina's Courtroom
    1/24/2018
  • 2018 Township Goals Approved by Board
    12/12/2017
  • Kidde Recalls Fire Extinguishers
    12/4/2017
  • Weekend Survival Kits Aid Children Facing Hunger
    11/21/2017
  • Hampton Inn Celebrates Remodel with Grand Re-Opening
    11/15/2017
  • Halloween Safety Tips
    10/30/2017
  • Fall Color Walk Teaches About Nature
    10/16/2017
  • Disco Fish Arrive In Wonch Park
    10/9/2017
  • Operation Lifesaver Prevents Railroad Accidents
    10/4/2017
  • Meridian Township Fire Department Receives Fire Prevention Grant
    9/25/2017
  • A Plate of Patriotism
    9/11/2017
  • Residents Aid in Deer Management
    8/24/2017
  • Meridian Township Garden Club Receives State Recognition
    7/25/2017
  • Residents Preserve Meridian Trails
    8/1/2017
  • Ways to Beat the Heat This Summer
    7/25/2017
  • Possession of Switchblades No Longer A Misdemeanor
    7/25/2017
  • Giving Back to Earth One Scrap at a Time
    6/26/2017
  • Meridian Township Flipping Switch On for LED Lights
    6/26/2017
  • August 8th Election Approaching: Police and Fire Protection Millage Explained
    6/23/2017
  • New Pharmacy in Haslett
    6/23/2017
  • National Bike Month Promotes Safety
    6/12/2017
  • Meridian Townships Beautify Parks for Upcoming Summer
    6/12/2017
  • House Bill Could Prohibit Cellphone Use While Driving
    6/1/2017
  • Meridian Township Youth Learns Bicycle Safety
    6/1/2017
  • Pedestrian Safety A Concern for Residents of Meridian Township
    5/2/2017
  • Mix Use Development Populate Meridian Township
    5/3/2017
  • CATA Community Health Fair Provides Free Screenings and Services
    5/3/2017
  • Meridian Police Offers Prom Safety Tips
    5/3/2017
  • Keeping Code While Keeping Neighborly
    5/3/2017
  • High School Graduation Requirements Could Change to Include Vocational Studies
    4/25/2017
  • Residents Continue to Oppose Walnut Hills Rezoning
    4/24/2017
  • MSU Takes Back The Night
    4/13/2017
  • Lansing Students Showcase Businesses At Lansing Youth Startup Expo
    4/5/2017
  • Officer Brian Canen Police Officer of The Year
    4/5/2017
  • Township Business Owners Concerned About Empty Storefronts
    4/5/2017
  • Tom's Food Center Celebrates Fat Tuesday
    4/5/2017
  • A Fight for Life- Opioid Addiction
    4/5/2017
  • Haslett Public Schools Purchase Property from Township
    4/5/2017
  • MSU Rallies to Support Planned Parenthood
    2/7/2017