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Guest View: Are Your Dreams Ruining Your Life?

December 20th 2014

Guest View: Are Your Dreams Ruining Your Life? (Jacki Smith, Coventry Creations, orig. Type 40 Sales Blog, Dec. 20, 2014) Dream big they say, dream wild, live your dreams and never let them die.  But what if they are ruining your life?  What if your dreams are completely out of sync with who you are […]

Sheriff Announces Launch of Opioid Antagonist Program

December 20th 2014

Sheriff Announces Launch of Opioid Antagonist Program (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Dec. 20, 2014) Yesterday, the Michigan Legislature passed Senate Bill 1049, sponsored by Senator Tonya Schuitmaker, that would authorize law enforcement officers to obtain and use opioid antagonists to save lives of those experiencing an overdose. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office pushed to change […]

Chabad-Lubavitch Chanukah Parade Shares Light…

December 19th 2014

Chabad-Lubavitch Chanukah Parade Shares Light Through Oak Park, Royal Oak and Birmingham (Photos and Interview by Aaron Tobin, Dec. 19, 2014) Dec. 17 was a day to celebrate light as the Labavitch Chanukah Parade made its way through Oak Park, Huntington Woods, Royal Oak and Birmingham “The idea was to reach as many Jews and non-Jews […]

Livernois Traffic Signal Should Be Replaced by End of January

December 19th 2014

Livernois Traffic Signal Should Be Replaced by End of January (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 19, 2014) The corner of Livernois and Marshall has been a problematic place in Ferndale since a drunk driver took out the traffic signal at the intersection on Nov. 1. Because the damage was so extensive, the lights, the electrical hook […]

Warren Police Looking for Missing Person

December 19th 2014

Warren Police Looking for Missing Person (press release, Dec. 19, 2014) Have you seen Jay? He has been missing since December 10, 2014 and his friends and family are asking for help in locating him. Jay Ralko is about five feet tall, 120 pounds and was last seen driving a charcoal gray Ford Escape with […]

“Budget Challenge” Earns Two Clawson Students $20,000 Scholarships

December 19th 2014

“Budget Challenge” Earns Two Clawson Students $20,000 Scholarships (Clawson Schools Press Release, Dec. 19, 2014) Two Clawson High School seniors Evan DeCiantis and Wade Murley from Oakland Schools Technical Campus Southeast (OSTC) in Royal Oak were each awarded a $20,000 scholarship for their personal financial acumen in H&R Block’s Budget Challenge. Over 13,800 students participated […]

Pontiac Honors Those Who Make the City Shine

December 19th 2014

Pontiac Honors Those Who Make the City Shine (Pontiac DBA Press Release, Dec. 18, 2014)   Every year the community of Pontiac, organized by the Pontiac Downtown Business Association (PDBA) honors volunteers and organizations that help make the community shine.  Glen Konopaskie, President of the PDBA, honors each awardee along with a co-presenter Patrice Waterman, […]

Rally… as Religious Freedom Bill Dies in the Senate (video)

December 18th 2014

Rally Supports Equality as Religious Freedom Bill Dies in the Senate (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 18, 2014) In Ferndale Thursday night dozens of people rallied to show support for equality, and disapproval of a bill that would give people with a deeply held religious belief the right to have their religious beliefs trump laws […]

Get Involved: Birmingham has Spots Open on Boards and Commissions

December 18th 2014

Get Involved: Birmingham has Spots Open on Boards and Commissions (City of Birmingham Press Release, Dec.18, 2014) Citizens have an opportunity to share ideas and make a difference in their community by serving on City of Birmingham boards and committees. Those who serve help shape the future of the community by serving in an advisory […]

Wayne State Student, NLG Observer, on Danger in Ferguson

December 18th 2014

Wayne State Student, NLG Observer, on Danger in Ferguson (Wayne State University Press Release, Dec. 18, 2014) Law student Nicholas Klaus, a trained and veteran observer for the National Lawyers Guild, had never found himself in the kind of danger he experienced in November in Ferguson, Mo.The first time the third-year student at Wayne State […]