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Madison Heights: Brian Hartwell Resigns to Run for Mayor

July 28th 2015

Madison Heights: Brian Hartwell Resigns to Run for Mayor (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 28, 2015) Communities can have different rules about elections, and in Madison Heights those rules are coming into play as Mayor Pro Tem Brian Hartwell was obligated to resign from his seat on City Council Monday night because he is officially a […]

Royal Oak: Hotel Development Gains Approval

July 28th 2015

Royal Oak: Hotel Development Gains Approval (City of Royal Oak press release, July 28, 2015) The Michigan Strategic Fund unanimously approved Trailhead RO, LLC’s application for a award under the MEDC’s Michigan Community Revitalization Program’s loan participation program. Trailhead’s plans include replacing the obsolete Fresard car dealership, which has been vacant since 2008, with a […]

Ferndale/Troy: Fire Truck Pull Raises Money for Special Olympics

July 28th 2015

Ferndale/Troy: Fire Truck Pull Raises Money for Special Olympics (C. Proxmire, July 28, 2015) Members of the Troy Fire Department team proved to be the toughest on Saturday as they were able to pull a firetruck faster than any other group at the Ferndale Fire Truck Pull for Special Olympics. The event was hosted by […]

Nicole Arnold Saying Farewell to Holly Area Chamber

July 28th 2015

Nicole Arnold Saying Farewell to Holly Area Chamber (Compiled, July 28, 2015) After serving as Holly Chamber of Commerce President for two years, and Executive Director for six months, Nicole Arnold has given notice that she is leaving to move out of state with family. Arnold issued the following statement to Chamber Members Tuesday: The […]

Help Clean Up Downtown Pontiac Aug. 8

July 28th 2015

Help Clean Up Downtown Pontiac Aug. 8 (Better Pontiac, event listing) Be a Local Hero! On August 8th, we need your help to clean-up, improve, and restore downtown in preparation of Thunder in Pontiac. What: Downtown Pontiac Improvement Project Date: Saturday, August 8th Time: 9am – 1pm Place: Meet at the 50th District Courthouse in Downtown Pontiac. On […]

Event Gives Insight into MI Legalize Campaign

July 27th 2015

Event Gives Insight into MI Legalize Campaign (C. Proxmire, July 26, 2015) “I am sick of this. I would like to be done defending marijuana users,” said criminal defense attorney David Rudoi as he and other legalization advocates held a Countdown at Como’s fundraiser on Saturday. “There are more important crimes being committed. People’s lives […]

Holly High School Theatre Presenting Footloose Aug 13-15

July 26th 2015

Holly High School Theatre Presenting Footloose Aug 13-15 (event listing) Holly High School Theatre Department is having a great time this summer working on a production of Footloose. The proceeds from this community show will support a scholarship for a Holly High School theatre student. The Broadway version of this popular 80’s movie is being […]

FernCare Gets Little Free Library

July 25th 2015

FernCare Gets Little Free Library (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 25, 2015) “Literacy is so important in any community,” said Kim Kozlowski as she watched her husband Jeff “the Post Master” Bennett dig a hole in the front lawn of the FernCare Free Clinic at 459 E. 9 Mile. It didn’t take long for Bennett and […]

Clawson Skate Park Phase I Opening Celebration Aug. 9

July 25th 2015

Clawson Skate Park Phase I Opening Celebration Aug. 9 (event listing, Sean Nasrey) Clawson Skate Park is holding their Phase I Grand Opening Celebration on Sunday, August 9th at the Clawson City Park (935 N Custer Ave. Clawson, MI 48017) at 2:00pm. The Grand Opening Celebration will be open to the public and will include […]

3 Tips for Parenting after a Divorce

July 25th 2015

3 Tips for Parenting after a Divorce (Guest Columnist Family Law Attorney Lisa Schmidt, July 25, 2015) Let’s face it, divorce is hard on children. But the choices you make after the Judgment of Divorce is signed can make a big difference in the lives of your kids. Here are 3 tips for being a […]