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Man Robbed of Yorkie While On Walk in Farmington Hills

May 29th 2019

Man Robbed of Yorkie While On Walk in Farmington Hills (Farmington Hills Police Department, May 29, 2019) Farmington Hills, MI – The Farmington Hills Police Department is investigating a report of a larceny of a dog and assault on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at approximately 6:45 PM, in the area of Lochmoor and Queensboro Street, […]

Reporter Food: Apple Fritter Donut Shop

May 29th 2019

Reporter Food: Apple Fritter Donut Shop (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 29, 2019) Ferndale, MI – When I was a little girl, my dad and I would walk up Hilton to sit at the counter of the Apple Fritter Donut Shop.  Back then it was one of those places where folks would sit around talking about […]

Dump Truck Snags Power Line, John R. North of Long Lake Closed Through Evening

May 29th 2019

Dump Truck Snags Power Line, John R. North of Long Lake Closed Through Evening (Road Commission for Oakland County, May 29, 2019)   Troy, MI – A dump truck snagged a power line causing damage to a nearby utility pole on John R just north of Long Lake Road in City of Troy.   The road […]

Fire Destroys Fitness Center/Warehouse in Oak Park

May 28th 2019

Fire Destroys Fitness Center/Warehouse in Oak Park (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 28, 2019) Oak Park, MI – A fire broke out Tuesday evening at a building that appears to house a fitness studio and a vinyl wrap warehouse.   13321 Northend Avenue, Oak Park, MI is listed as the address for Performance 80 Fitness Studio, and […]

June 1 – Ferndale Pride Packed with New Events…

May 28th 2019

June 1 – Ferndale Pride Packed with New Events, Sober Space, Speeches, Booths, Bands and More FERNDALE – For its ninth year, Ferndale Pride on Saturday, June 1, offers more events than ever. The annual family friendly street fair draws thousands of members of the LGBTQAI community to celebrate diversity and unity. More than 180 […]

June 2 – Oak Park Farmers Mini Market Celebration

May 28th 2019

June 2 – Oak Park Farmers Mini Market Celebration Oak Park, MI- To kick off our unofficial start to summer and inaugurate the second year of our Farmers Market, we’re partnering with the Oak Park Public Library and Oakland County Parks and Recreation to hold a Farmers Mini Market celebration! Attendees can get acquainted with […]

Troy Police Seeking Driver Who Fled After Fatally Hitting Man in Parking Lot

May 28th 2019

Troy Police Seeking Driver Who Fled After Fatally Hitting Man in Parking Lot TROY, MI – Troy police officers are investigating a fatal crash that killed a pedestrian on Friday, May 24 at 8:55 am in the north parking lot of 500 Kirts. The suspect, driving a black unknown SUV, fled the scene and is […]

Longest Running Memorial Day Parade Leaves Ferndale Guest Speaker Awestruck

May 27th 2019

Longest Running Memorial Day Parade Leaves Ferndale Guest Speaker Awestruck (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 27, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Captain Daniel Rice of the US Army and National Guard was honored to be invited to speak at the longest running Memorial Day Parade in Michigan.  It was the 101st year for the Ferndale Memorial Day […]

Downtown Ferndale Bike Rodeo Helps Families Spring into Safety

May 27th 2019

Downtown Ferndale Bike Rodeo Helps Families Spring into Safety (Sam Gurwin, May 27, 2019) Ferndale, MI -Spring was in the air on a beautiful Thursday in Schiffer Park for the annual Downtown Ferndale Bike Rodeo. Like a harbinger of spring the event has been preparing young people to pedal safely for about fifteen years. All […]

Inside Look at “The James” Former School Turned Senior Living in Ferndale

May 26th 2019

Inside Look at “The James” Former School Turned Senior Living in Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 26, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Jack and Therese Moran met when they attended St. James Catholic School back in the 1940s.  In 1948 they married and had a family, including two daughters – Nancy Lareau and Terry Tyner – […]