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Vacancy on Madison District School Board, Deadline to Apply is Jan. 13

January 8th 2020

The Madison District Public Schools is seeking applications for the current vacant position on the board of education

Suspect Hits Tree, Officers Injured in Ferndale Police Chase

January 7th 2020

The driver was arrested for fleeing, operating while intoxicated, driving while license suspended…

VIDEO: Bald Eagle Swims and Soars at Great Lakes National Cemetery

January 7th 2020

The eagle did a breast stroke through the water, rested, and then soared off towards the nearby woods. And by pure luck here’s the video…

Vinsetta Garage Parking Resolution Decision Delayed to Special Meeting

January 7th 2020

The consent judgement was considered by City Council on Monday, January 6, 2020, and was postponed to a special meeting to occur within the month of January.

Here’s How Local Cat Rescues Can Apply for TNR Program Grant

January 6th 2020

The grant opportunity is open to Michigan animal shelters and rescue organizations to launch a new Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program to save outdoor cats.

Oak Park Starts New Year with New Bridge Design

January 6th 2020

Drivers on I-696 can see the city’s logo – including the large oak leaf – that have been installed

Oakland County Workshops for Entrepreneurs ~ January 2020

January 6th 2020

Begin this new decade on the right track by starting a new business or expanding your current one with the help of Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center.

Reporter Food: Duggan’s Irish Pub in Royal Oak

January 6th 2020

New Orleans Pasta, made with Penne pasta, jumbo shrimp, Andouille sausage, grilled chicken, fresh parsley, cajun spices, and creole style palomino sauce.

Ferndale Makes Code Enforcement Standards More Specific

January 4th 2020

The ordinance requires the owner and operator of property to keep it free of hazards that include…

Southfield Residents Learn Strategies for Surviving an Active Shooter

January 4th 2020

Police Chief Evlyn Barrett invited Detective Brian Fountain of the Detroit Police Department to share how citizens can defend themselves and save lives in the few minutes it takes for the police to arrive.