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June 25 – HP Library Author Talk with Frank Anthony Polito

June 22nd 2021

On Friday June 25 from 5pm-6:30pm meet with local author Frank Anthony Polito at the Hazel Park District Library or virtually on Zoom.

Red Oaks Water Park Reopening June 23

June 22nd 2021

The waterpark opens Wednesday, June 23 with some changes including online ticket sales.

Holly Car Show Happens Each Wednesday Evening

June 22nd 2021

From 5-8pm each Wednesday, gorgeous cars will line the streets of Downtown Holly.  Come view the cars, shop the stores, and enjoy the restaurants!

Reporter Food: The Moose Preserve in Bloomfield Hills

June 21st 2021

The Moose Preserve is located at 43034 Woodward Avenue in Bloomfield Hills.  For the full menu and more information check out their website at

Ferndale Teen Creates Youth Birding Opportunities, Earns Scholarship

June 21st 2021

But it was her ‘motivation to create environmental educations opportunities’ for the community that made her applications stand out among others.

Neighbors Share Memories of the Main Art Theatre

June 20th 2021

With the closure of the Main Art Theatre in Downtown Royal Oak, these memories have come back for untold numbers of people who found joy, learning, and love inside this place of stories, sound effects, buttered popcorn and silver screen magic.

Online Voting Open for Southfield Photo Prize Competition

June 20th 2021

The photograph that receives the most overall votes will be announced at an awards ceremony in September and featured in the City’s 2022 calendar

Ferndale Launches Contest to Encourage Parking in the dot

June 20th 2021

One winner will be randomly selected weekly beginning June 14 and ending August 23.

Water Resource Commission Program Wins 2021 Communicator Award

June 20th 2021

…where water legislation, water infrastructure, issues impacting the many facets of water and the importance of protecting our water resources were discussed via Zoom.

Driver Runs Red Light, Seriously Injuring Deputy in Crash

June 19th 2021

The posted speed limit in the area is 35 mph although it is unclear how fast the Pontiac man was driving at the time of the accident.