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2017 Fireworks in Oakland County

June 29th 2017

Fireworks in Oakland County 2017 (EVENT page) Much appreciation goes to Meg Geddes of MichiganFireworks.com who compiles this list as a labor of love and generously shares with publications like Oakland County Times. Stony Creek Metropark Fireworks Date: June 23, 2017 at Dusk Where: Stony Creek Metropark 4300 Main Park Road in Shelby Township, Michigan […]

Driver Fleeing Police Crashes into Berkley Home

June 29th 2017

Driver Fleeing Police Crashes into Berkley Home (Royal Oak Police, June 29, 2017) Berkley, MI – A 20-year-old Pontiac man with outstanding warrants was arrested after having lead Royal Oak Police on a pursuit that ended in a crash. On Monday, June 26, 2017 at 7:51 p.m., a Royal Oak officer attempted to stop a […]

Holly: Study Shows Saginaw Street is Safer, President Calls for Public Hearing

June 28th 2017

Holly: Study Shows Saginaw Street is Safer, President Calls for Public Hearing (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 27, 2017) Holly, MI-  Crashes and injuries are down following a road diet on Saginaw Street according to a Traffic Improvement Association Study that was received by Holly Village Council Tuesday. Saginaw was reduced from four lanes to two […]

Man Arrested for Sexual Assault May be Connected to Stislicki Disappearance Police say

June 28th 2017

Man Arrested for Sexual Assault May be Connected to Stislicki Disappearance Police say (Farmington Hills Police, June 28, 2017) Farmington Hills, MI – The Farmington Hills Police Department, investigating the disappearance of Danielle Stislicki, has been working with the Livonia Police Department in investigating the attempted sexual assault of a female jogger in Hines Park […]

Host a Belgium Band Member Aug 14-17

June 27th 2017

Host a Belgium Band Member Aug 14-17 (Ferndale Community Concert Band, June 28, 2017) Ferndale, MI – The Ferndale Community Concert Band and surrounding area have been asked to become host to members of the Belgium, Maasmechelen Community Concert Band. There are 70 members that need housing arriving at 8:00 p.m. Monday, August 14th and […]

Oak Park Independence Day Parade, Fun Day & More, July 4

June 26th 2017

Oak Park Independence Day Parade, Fun Day & More, July 4 (EVENT page) Oak Park, MI – The City of Oak Park has a day full of events for the Fourth of July.  Celebrate America’s Independence with the following experiences: Youth Assistance Breakfast Tuesday, July 4, 2017, 9-11 a.m., David H. Shepherd Park It’s always […]

Ferndale Picks Mixed Use for Parking Deck, Shares Timeline and Valet Plans

June 26th 2017

Ferndale Picks Mixed Use for Parking Deck, Shares Timeline and Valet Plans (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 26, 2017) Ferndale, MI –  Ferndale City Council voted Monday to allocate funds to move forward with creating planning documents for the mixed use parking structure to be built on W. Troy Street. With tonight’s approval, plans will become […]

“All the World’s a Stage” at Ferndale’s Front Porch Music Festival

June 26th 2017

“All the World’s a Stage” at Ferndale’s Front Porch Music Festival (Jonathan A. Berz, June 26, 2017) Ferndale, MI – Jacques’ 400-year old proclamation that “all the world’s a stage” was proven spot-on last Saturday, as front porches and gardens became soundstages and backdrops for Michigan’s newest (and quaintest, and probably best-foliaged) music festival, The […]

State Urges Extreme Caution with Fireworks and Sparklers

June 26th 2017

State Urges Extreme Caution with Fireworks and Sparklers (LARA, June 26, 2017) Michigan –  If you plan to celebrate Independence Day by setting off a few fireworks or giving sparklers to the kids, beware of the risks and know the dangers. Take every safety precaution, especially with the more powerful consumer-grade devices such as firecrackers, […]

West Bloomfield to Redesign Family Aquatic Center, Feedback Requested

June 26th 2017

West Bloomfield to Redesign Family Aquatic Center, Feedback Requested (West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation, June 26, 2017) WEST BLOOMFIELD, — The West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation Commission (WBPRC) will be completely redesigning its Family Aquatic Center property. This is the result of decaying infrastructure, unsustainable maintenance costs and evolving community needs. Indoor and outdoor pool use […]

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