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“Uncaged Watercolors” Opening to Showcase Art of Exonerated Man Jan. 18

January 13th 2019

“Uncaged Watercolors” Opening to Showcase Art of Exonerated Man Jan. 18  Ferndale, MI – Richard Phillips spent over 46 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. While in prison he learned to paint, letting art give him a sense of purpose and a skill. Come check out his work at the Level […]

Potential Development Considered at Taylor and Lapeer Roads in Auburn Hills

January 13th 2019

Potential Development Considered at Taylor and Lapeer Roads in Auburn Hills (Steve Cohen, Director of Community Development City of Auburn Hills, Jan. 14, 2019) Auburn Hills, MI- An application has been submitted to the City of Auburn Hills by General Development Company to rezone a 7.6-acre parcel of vacant land located at the southwest corner […]

Madison High School Courtyard Goats Give Lessons in…

January 12th 2019

Madison High School Courtyard Goats Give Lessons in Garbage-Eating, Giving Birth (Lara Mossa, Jan. 12, 2019) MADISON HEIGHTS – The white short-haired goat came to the window and nibbled on the banana peel. George Barndollar stroked her furry head while he fed her. This is not an unusual sight for students at Madison High School. […]

Reporter Food: Thai Grains Salad at Beverly Hills Grill

January 12th 2019

Reporter Food: Thai Grains Salad at Beverly Hills Grill (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 12, 2019) Beverly Hills, MI- It was a delight to have lunch with reporter Jack Lessenberry and his wife Elizabeth at the lovely Beverly Hills Grill recently.  Being able to talk about journalism with other journalists is just about the next most […]

Reservations Available for White Castle’s Valentine’s Day Dinner

January 12th 2019

Reservations Available for White Castle’s Valentine’s Day Dinner Ferndale, Royal Oak, Pontiac, Southfield, Oak Park, Troy, MI – If you would like to give your Queen or King a royal experience this Valentine’s Day, White Castle has a tradition for you! Each year castles across the country bring out their best – with table service […]

Downtown Ferndale Wednesday Walks Jan. 16

January 12th 2019

Downtown Ferndale Wednesday Walks Jan. 16 Ferndale, MI -Explore your hometown downtown while getting fit! Wednesday Walks is a weekly walk, departing from the City Hall parking lot at 5:30 pm and lasting 30-45 minutes. The start time is designed to be right as people are getting home from work – get a little exercise […]

Fundraiser for Metro Detroit Police and Fire Pipes and Drums Jan. 16

January 12th 2019

Fundraiser for Metro Detroit Police and Fire Pipes and Drums Jan. 16 Ferndale, MI – Bring your family, friends, and neighbors in for dinner and drinks during the Metro Detroit Police and Fire Pipes and Drums’ fundraiser. Benefitting the MDPFPD, this event will provide food from Dino’s Lounge, have a Cash Bar, and a 50/50 […]

Baker College Considering Move to Ferndale…

January 11th 2019

Baker College Considering Move to Ferndale, Council to Vote Monday… Ferndale, MI- Ferndale City Council is considering a move that could bring a Baker College campus to Downtown Ferndale. According to a memo on the proposed project in Monday’s City Council packet, “Baker College plans to consolidate and close four suburban campuses in August 2020, […]

Kids Can Read to Therapy Dogs at Royal Oak Library Jan. 19

January 11th 2019

Kids Can Read to Therapy Dogs at Royal Oak Library Jan. 19  Royal Oak, MI- Read to Dogs for Independent Readers, Saturday, January 19, 10:30 AM to 12:10 PM. Registered therapy dogs are here to listen to children read to them in a one-to-one setting. It is fun and helps improve reading skills because the […]

Woman Found Stabbed to Death in Hazel Park, Suspect in Custody

January 11th 2019

Woman Found Stabbed to Death in Hazel Park, Suspect in Custody (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 11, 2019) Hazel Park, MI- A 37-   A 37-year old Hazel Park woman was found stabbed to death in her home in the 2300 block of Hughes Ave Friday morning. Haze Park Police were called to the home for a […]