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Funky Ferndale Art Fair Sept. 21-23

August 23rd 2018

Funky Ferndale Art Fair Sept. 21-23 The Funky Ferndale Art Fair takes place Sept. 21-28 in Downtown Ferndale at W. 9 Mile and Woodward Avenue.  This juried art show features artists from around the county, plus interactive community art and activities for all ages.  Check them out online at www.funkyferndaleartfair.com ****** Visit the Event Page […]

MSP’s Only Fallen Female Trooper Honored with I-696 Naming

August 22nd 2018

MSP’s Only Fallen Female Trooper Honored with I-696 Naming (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 22, 2018) Farmington Hills, MI- In 1982 Michigan State Police Trooper Vicki Moreau DeVries died while transporting evidence after an undercover narcotics buy.  According to the Michigan State Police Trooper Association, “Tpr. Vicki Moreau DeVries died as a result of injuries suffered […]

Former Troy City Manager Pleas Guilty to Bribery Charge

August 22nd 2018

Former Troy City Manager Pleas Guilty to Bribery Charge (City of Troy, Aug. 22, 2018) Troy, MI The City of Troy was notified that former City Manager Brian Kischnick has pleaded guilty to federal bribery charges today. Current City leadership continues to move forward with plans for a forensic audit and other measures in support […]

Reporter Food: Cherry Rainbow Smoothie at Detroit Bubble Tea

August 22nd 2018

Reporter Food: Cherry Rainbow Smoothie at Detroit Bubble Tea (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 22, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Bubble Tea is fun.  And Detroit Bubble Tea at 22821 Woodward Avenue does it very well. Bubble Tea is a sweet flavored drink that comes with little flavored bubbles in the bottom. There are three steps that […]

Weapons, Cocaine, Marijuana, & Missing Handrail among Concerns that Led to Group Home Closure

August 21st 2018

Weapons, Cocaine, Marijuana, & Missing Handrail among Concerns that Led to Group Home Closure (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 21, 2018) Holly, MI- The lives of five elderly and disabled residents were, until yesterday, in the care of a family that authorities say were using their adult foster care facility as a front for selling drugs. […]

Dog Day at Oak Park Pool Aug. 26

August 20th 2018

Dog Day at Oak Park Pool Aug. 26 Oak Park, MI – For one day only the Oak Park Pool goes to the dogs. For $10 in advance or $15 at the door a dog can let loose and enjoy the Oak Park pool with a bunch of other doggie friends. Small dogs (under 30lbs) […]

Red Oaks Dog Swim Sept 9

August 20th 2018

Red Oaks Dog Swim Sept 9 Madison Heights, MI – Red Oaks Water Park is hosting their annual Bow Wow Dog Swim on Sunday, Sept. 9 from noon to 4:50pm.  There are contests for Best Wet Look and Best Swimsuit.  All dogs must have valid Michigan dog license along with proof of current vaccinations.  Time […]

Waterford Oaks Dog Swim Sept 8

August 20th 2018

Waterford Oaks Dog Swim Sept 8 Waterford, MI – Waterford Oaks Water Park is hosting their annual Bow Wow Dog Swim on Saturday, Sept. 8 from noon to 2:50pm. There are contests for Best Wet Look and Best Swimsuit. All dogs must have valid Michigan dog license along with proof of current vaccinations. Time slots […]

The US Census Bureau is Hiring Temporary Field Reps.

August 20th 2018

The US Census Bureau is Hiring Temporary Field Reps.   Oakland County, MI – The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring full-time and part-time temporary field representatives. Workers in this role will perform a variety of functions, such as updating address lists and maps; conducting interviews with residents in assigned areas; explaining the purpose of the […]

Royal Oak Hosting Citizens Police Academy Beginning Oct 3

August 20th 2018

Royal Oak Hosting Citizens Police Academy Beginning Oct 3 Royal Oak, MI- The Royal Oak Citizens Police Academy is an exciting seven-week course that meets once a week on Wednesday evenings at the police station at 6:30 p.m. Classes last for approximately three hours. The fall session begins Oct. 3, 2018. Open only to residents […]