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Berkley Back on Track for Marijuana Business Applications

May 18th 2020

In order to limit in-person contact and protect the health of staff, applicants, and their families, the City has adjusted the marihuana submission process.

Body in Pontiac’s Galloway Park Believed to be 2019 Shooting Victim Eugene Bass

May 18th 2020

On May 18, 2020, Detectives received information on the location of the victim in the May 23, 2019 homicide of Lansing resident Eugene Bass.

Crowdfunding for Farmington Businesses Has Matching Funds

May 17th 2020

These small businesses are an essential part of what makes Downtown Farmington special.
Now, Downtown Farmington needs you

Online Fundraiser to Support Holly Businesses Has Matching Funds

May 17th 2020

Main Street Holly, in conjunction with Holly’s Downtown Development Authority, is raising funds to help Holly’s small businesses weather this storm with an online fundraiser. 

Crowdfunding Campaign to Support Ferndale Businesses Has Matching Grants

May 17th 2020

The #openinferndale campaign is designed to offer support to businesses that need Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other operational modifications to deal with reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Music for the Mourning & Surprises for Seniors: Bagpiper Don Ross Plays On

May 17th 2020

However, the challenges make the bright spots matter even more, and Ross is seeing his work in a new light as he’s been surprising seniors who have been isolating to stay safe from the COVID-19 spread.

2020 Candidate Interview: Deja Vasquez for Royal Oak Township Trustee

May 16th 2020

In Royal Oak Township there are seven people running for four seats in the Democratic Primary. 

2020 Candidate Interview: Lise Blades for Lyon Township Trustee

May 16th 2020

All the candidates are Republicans, so the victors will likely be decided in the Aug. 4, 2020 Republican primary.

DIA Offers Fine Art Face Masks

May 16th 2020

Patterns include Rounded Flower Bed, Detroit Industry, The Scream, Starry Night, The Great Wave and more.  

Governor Whitmer Extends Order Suspending Evictions

May 16th 2020

“It’s critical Michiganders can self-quarantine and continue staying safer at home without fear of being evicted,” Governor Whitmer said.