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DIA Millage, Local Votes, and Presidential Options in March 10 Primary

February 26th 2020

Voters will have their say in the Democratic and Republican primaries, plus several communities have issues on the ballot, in addition to a county-wide vote on Detroit Institute of Arts funding.

Ferndale Approves Bid for Cured In Place Piping – Here’s What That Is

February 25th 2020

CIPP is a technology that in essence creates a new pipe within the old one, meaning that pipes do not have to be dug up and completely replaced. 

Troy City Council Considering Ethics Ordinance

February 24th 2020

With the consensus of the council, the city manager and city attorney could research guidelines from other communities, the Michigan Municipal League, and the state.

Resources for those in Need 2020

February 23rd 2020

Here is a list of resources for shelter, food, medical care and more.

Boxes and Spilled Balls Stop Traffic on I-75

February 23rd 2020

Hundreds of orange and white balls were strewn across the pavement, making driving dangerous.

Financial Literacy Art Contest for Students in Oakland County

February 22nd 2020

My hope is that students can use their favorite art form to think in new ways about money and finances.

Madeleine Albright & Elissa Slotkin Share Experiences w/Students

February 22nd 2020

Both women carved out their own paths by pushing themselves to be bold.

How to Race a Unicorn

February 22nd 2020

The thrill of racing is coming to Ferndale, but of course with a Ferndale twist

Kids and Pets Shine in Annual Birmingham Youth Assistance Dog Show

February 21st 2020

She was among dozens of pooches  enjoying Super Bowl Sunday in a family-friendly way – with costumes, tricks, confidence-building and prizes.

Danielle Atkinson – The Mother of Mothering Justice

February 21st 2020

The Royal Oak resident decided to turn her experience into a way to help mothers – especially those of color – and families get the benefits they need in order to have healthy families.