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“Happy Master Plan Day!” Berkley Names May 20th in Honor of the Process

May 20th 2020

The City is “calling upon the citizens, business owners, and those representing all facets of the Berkley community, to participate in the Master Planning process.”

Fumes in Storm Drains Prompt Hazmat Investigation in Ferndale

May 19th 2020

The smell was coming from the floor drains.  It could also be smelled through the Downtown area. 

Artists Invited to Design Ofrendas for DIA Exhibition Honoring Dia de Muertos

May 19th 2020

In Mexico and other Latin American countries, the Day of the Dead celebrates the lives of close relatives, friends or community members who have died.

Face Mask and Temp Checks the New Normal at County Buildings

May 18th 2020

Coulter said. “Our team has worked very hard evaluating each building, its public spaces and offices, to determine how we can best serve the public and our employees while maintaining appropriate social distancing and other health protocols.

Governor Whitmer Reopens Businesses in Upper Peninsula, Traverse City Regions  

May 18th 2020

Stopping the spread of this virus is still key and if we can’t, then we will have to close it down again.

Go Comedy! Goes Digital

May 18th 2020

Go Comedy! Improv Theater announces that it has launched its digital format, Digi-Go to continue producing improvised, written, and original comedy during this period of social distancing and the closure of theaters across the nation.

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.