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2020 Candidate Interview: Patrick Feeney for Holly Township Parks Board (write in)

October 18th 2020

Voters in Holly Township (which also includes the Village of Holly) can vote for up to 7 people to serve on the Holly Parks Board. There are six on the ballot and four running as write-in candidates.

Reporter Food: Rebecca’s Restaurant in Downtown Northville

October 18th 2020

If you like trains and airplanes, then dining in may be a good option at Rebecca’s Restaurant in Downtown Northville, though there is outside seating as well.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Teri Weingarden for West Bloomfield Township Treasurer

October 17th 2020

In the race for Treasurer of West Bloomfield Township, Incumbent Teri Weingarden, a Democrat, is on the ballot as is Republican William Burris. 

2020 Candidate Interview: Robert Kalman for Keego Harbor City Council

October 17th 2020

The candidates are Ashley Attisha, David Emerling, and incumbent Robert Kalman.

2020 Candidate Interview:  James Brady for 47th District Court Judge

October 17th 2020

In the race for District Court Judge of the 47th District, Incumbent James B. Brady is running for re-election. 

Nov. 7 – Royal Oak’s Ruck March Goes Virtual

October 17th 2020

Every year, on the Saturday before Veterans Day, the Royal Oak Veterans Event Committee marches to raise awareness of the scourge of veteran suicide, and to raise money, food, and supplies for homeless or needy vets.

Oct. 31 – Book and Boo at Bedford Woods Park, Southfield

October 17th 2020

There are two, one-hour time slots available for families to choose from (1-2 p.m. or 3-4 p.m.) on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oct. 18 – Harvest Days at Oakland History Center

October 17th 2020

Enter at Wisner Stadium 441 Cesar E. Chavez Ave, Pontiac

Explore: A Stroll Through Downtown Farmington

October 16th 2020

From there it was easy to spot details that make Downtown Farmington unique, especially now with their Halloween-themed Grand Raven Festival…

Bill Signed into Law to Allow Remote Public Meetings to Continue

October 16th 2020

By allowing for remote meetings, public bodies and residents can continue practicing safe social distancing while also ensuring meetings remain open, accessible and transparent to the public,” said Governor Whitmer.