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2020 Candidate Interview: Al Elvin for Oak Park School Board

September 28th 2020

Voters in the Oak Park School District will be able to pick three school board members in the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

Man Shot to Death After Dispute Over Place in Line at Haunted House

September 27th 2020

The victim and the suspect exchanged words as the suspect thought the victim had cut in line ahead of him.

SOAR, Serving Adults “50 and Better,” Making Farmington Hills Home

September 27th 2020

The new community center will provide a hub for residents and guests to enjoy drama, music, visual and performing arts, aquatics, athletics, fitness and wellness, along with many other classes and events.

2020 Candidate Interview: Adam Kochenderfer for County Commission 15th District

September 27th 2020

In the race for County Commissioner of the 15th District, the candidates are Incumbent Adam Kochenderfer, a Republican, and Democrat Melanie Hartman.

2020 Candidate Interview: Melanie Hartman For County Commission 15th District

September 27th 2020

In the race for County Commissioner of the 15th District, the candidates are Incumbent Adam Kochenderfer, a Republican, and Democrat Melanie Hartman.

2020 Candidate Interview: Ashley Attisha for Keego Harbor City Council

September 27th 2020

Voters in Keego Harbor will be selecting two Council Members for a three-year term.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Bradley Mathisen for Lake Orion Village Council

September 27th 2020

In the Village of Lake Orion, there are six people running for four positions on the Village Council. 

Reporter Food: Old Port Family Restaurant in Clawson

September 27th 2020

It’s easy to spot Old Port Family Restaurant in Downtown Clawson by the giant American flag banner on the roof…

Ferndale Students Learn About Bones, Art and Owl Pellets in Biology Pop-Up

September 26th 2020

The students are learning about comparative anatomy starting with the skeletal system of vertebrates.

Troy Police Mourn Death of Communications Supervisor Who Died of Heart Attack at Work

September 26th 2020

During his 29 year career, Curtis received 16 commendations for outstanding service. He started with the Department in 1991 as a Police Service Aide and was promoted in 1998 to Communications Supervisor.