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Auburn Hills Appoints Thomas A. Tanghe as New City Manager

September 11th 2014

Auburn Hills Appoints Thomas A. Tanghe as New City Manager (Auburn Hills Press Release, Sept. 11, 2014)   By a unanimous vote, the Auburn Hills City Council voted to appoint Thomas A. Tanghe to the post of City Manager at their meeting this evening. Tanghe, 50, has worked for the city since May 2001 as […]

Miss Ann and Her Guitar Sing-a-Long at R.O. Library Sept. 16

September 11th 2014

Miss Ann and Her Guitar Sing-a-Long at R.O. Library Sept. 16 (Royal Oak Library Press Release, Sept 11, 2014) Elementary and preschool students and their families are invited to join Miss Ann and her guitar on Tuesday, September 16 at 7p at the Royal Oak Public Library for lively sing-a-longs, musical stories, and the chance […]

Save 1CPR Grows, Opens Office in Ferndale for Classes (video)

September 10th 2014

Save 1CPR Grows, Opens Office in Ferndale for Classes (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 10, 2014) CPR is an easy skill to learn, yet according to the American Heart Association only 30% of Americans take the time to learn it. That’s why paramedic and AHA Certified Instructor Amanda Zimmerman started Save 1 CPR in 2012. […]

Troy Family Daze Sept 11-14

September 10th 2014

Troy Family Daze Sept 11-14 (press release, Sept. 10, 2014)   September 11th – 14th Located at 3668 Livernois (On the grounds of Zion Christian Church) Between Big Beaver and Wattles in Troy, Michigan There are events for every member of the family: – Amusement Rides, Games and Carnival Food by Arnold Amusement – BUNGEE […]

Flood Claims Deadline Approaches, Three Ways to Know Your Rights

September 10th 2014

Flood Claims Deadline Approaches, Three Ways to Know Your Rights (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 9, 2014)   Residents impacted by the flood of Aug. 11, 2014 have 45 days to file a claim for damages against any government entity that may have been responsible. With a Sept. 25 deadline many people are wondering what they […]

Goodbye Gazelle: Remembrance of a Friend Lost to Suicide

September 10th 2014

Goodbye Gazelle: Remembrance of a Friend Lost to Suicide (Jennifer Russell, Sept. 10, 2014) “What books are you reading, matey?” This was the first question she ever asked me after the pleasantries were finished, and she nodded at the stack of books I had brought in. At one point in time – prior to my […]

Ferndale Police Detective and Auburn Hills Fireman Finalists in…

September 9th 2014

Ferndale Police Detective and Auburn Hills Fireman Among Finalist in National Anthem Contest (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 9, 2014) Who will get to sing the National Anthem at the Sept. 27 Detroit Tiger’s game, and get a $10,000 grant for their department? In the Comerica Bank’s Home of the Brave National Anthem Singing Contest, there […]

Regional Water Authority Agreement Made

September 9th 2014

Regional Water Authority Agreement Made (Oakland County Press Release, Sept. 9, 2014) Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the City of Detroit, Wayne and Macomb counties, and the State of Michigan that recommends the creation of a regional water authority. The proposed regional water authority will have […]

Governor’s Race is Close According to Poll, Other Races Looked At

September 9th 2014

Governor’s Race is Close According to Poll, Other Races Looked At (Public Policy Polling, North Carolina, press release, Sept. 9, 2014) PPP’s newest Michigan poll finds Gary Peters matching his largest lead ever, which he had last October during the middle of the government shutdown. Peters is at 43% to 36% for Terri Lynn Land […]

Viral Respiratory Infections on the Rise, Especially Among Kids

September 9th 2014

Viral Respiratory Infections on the Rise, Especially Among Kids (Oakland County Health Division, Sept. 9, 2014) With reports of Enterovirus D68 on the rise through the country, Oakland County Health Division has come out with a fact sheet about the infection. Reports vary as to whether this has been confirmed in Michigan or not, though […]