All Stories

Ferndale Students May Do In Person Learning or Continue Remotely

February 6th 2021

“For the students that come back it’s still not going to be a traditional classroom experience of what they’re used to,” Good said. 

Reporter Food: The Grand Diner in Novi

February 6th 2021

The restaurant was open for carryout only when I went, but I was able to glimpse the old school booths, the working juke box, and the interesting 1950s pattern of the countertops.  They’ve since reopened for dine in service.

Royal Oak Launches Civic Foundation to Address Hunger and Other Needs

February 5th 2021

The foundation’s mission is “to improve the city’s health, safety, and cultural opportunities by inspiring the philanthropy of residents and business leaders to support a  thriving, resilient community.”

Ferndale PATIO Proposal Could Create Social District Zones…

February 5th 2021

One PATIO Zone would be on each side of Woodward and patrons would not be able to carry their drinks from one side to the other.

13 Monologues + One Speech, Ferndale Theatre’s “Got Rights”…

February 5th 2021

Twelve FHS students rehearsed individually with director Kelly Komlen over Zoom for several weeks and one by one video-recorded their parts on the high school stage on a recent Sunday.

City of Pleasant Ridge Hiring for Summer Jobs

February 5th 2021

PR Rec has summer job opportunities for the following positions…

Hazel Park Hiring Police Officer

February 5th 2021

Application packets can be picked up at the front desk of the police station.

Seconds Mean Safety for Wheelchair Users Crossing Woodward

February 4th 2021

Everything seemed to converge at once, with rapid communication between MDOT, city staff at Ferndale, and myself, to identify what we needed to recommend to fix this.

Reporter Food: Jagged Fork

February 4th 2021

There are a lot of interesting choices on the menu at The Jagged Fork, a local chain with locations in in Lathrup Village, Rochester Hills, West Bloomfield, Grosse Pointe Farms, and Ann Arbor.

Huntington Woods Students Can Apply for Men’s Club Scholarship

February 4th 2021

The Huntington Woods Men’s Club has three $1,500 college scholarships for teens who have made a difference in our community through volunteering and community service.