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Liven Up Video Meetings w/a Cat or Dog from Mich. Animal Rescue League

April 23rd 2020

Proceeds from the call cameos will directly benefit the countless dogs and cats who arrive at MARL’s doors in need. 

What Could Come in the Wake of MH and HP Save A Lot Closures?

April 22nd 2020

Two SE Michigan Save A Lot Stores closed permanently over the weekend, surprising residents who had been relying on the low cost chain for food and paper products.

Jennifer Finney Named Berkley DDA Director

April 22nd 2020

As Executive Director, Finney will be responsible for coordinating downtown revitalization activities at the direction of the DDA board…

Explore: A Stroll Through Downtown Rochester

April 21st 2020

Downtown Rochester has the best of two worlds – a thriving shopping district with eclectic locally owned shops and restaurants, plus a serene bit of nature with the Rochester River Walk and the Paint Creek Trail.

Ferndale Elks Bond w/ T-Rex Parades, Happy Hour Zooms, & Helping Others

April 21st 2020

So of course a parade of interesting creatures seemed like a good idea! 

Downtown Ferndale Businesses Can Access Free HR…

April 21st 2020

“With so much information flying around, it can be difficult to cut through the noise.”  

Auburn Hills Celebrates with Earth Day Challenge

April 21st 2020

  Small acts by a lot of people can collectively add up to create a global shift!  

Court Order Extends Filing Deadline for Candidates, Reduces…

April 20th 2020

US District Court Judge Terrence Berg issued a court order that changes the April 21 filing deadline and rules for some candidates

Paul Brake to Start as Royal Oak City Manager May 21

April 20th 2020

“I am truly committed to giving my very best as we transition into this new normal.”

Attorney General Warns of Scams as Stimulus Money Arrives

April 20th 2020

With the widespread knowledge that these relief payments are being dispersed, many who care for or have access to a vulnerable adult may see this as an opportunity to misuse those funds,