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History Exhibit at Southfield Library to Share Afro-Mexican Experience Jan 30-March 1

January 25th 2015

History Exhibit at Southfield Library to Share Afro-Mexican Experience Jan 30-March 1 (Press Release, Jan. 25, 2015) The Southfield Public Library will host an exhibit, Pathways to Freedom in the Americas: Shared Experiences between Michigan and Mexico, on the second floor of the Library from January 30 through March 1. This exhibit looks at the […]

Clothing Swap Night at Loving Touch in Ferndale Feb. 7

January 25th 2015

Clothing Swap Night at Loving Touch in Ferndale Feb. 7 (Krista Johnston, Jan. 25, 2015)   A clothing swap is a great way to liven up your wardrobe on the cheap, have a fun Girls Night Out and it all benefits local kids. The event will be held Saturday February 7th at The Loving Touch […]

OLHSA Walk for Warmth at Great Lakes Crossing Feb. 7

January 25th 2015

OLHSA Walk for Warmth at Great Lakes Crossing Feb. 7 (OLHSA Press Release, Jan. 25, 2015) Walk for Warmth is a walk-a-thon event. OLHSA, A Community Action Agency will proudly host its 25th annual Walk for Warmth events in 2015! By our side is Genisys Credit Union, our premier event sponsor. Make plans to join […]

Selma Discussion and Civil Rights Speaker in Royal Oak Feb. 4

January 25th 2015

Selma Discussion and Civil Rights Speaker in Royal Oak Feb. 4 (Michigan Coalition for Human Rights Press Release, Jan. 25, 2015) MCHR has decided to sponsor a discussion on the film Selma because Detroit is home to many Alabama Civil Rights Veterans who witnessed that history. We have planned the event to coincide with a […]

Nominations Being Accepted for Troy Youth Awards, Deadline Feb. 27

January 25th 2015

Nominations Being Accepted for Troy Youth Awards, Deadline Feb. 27 (TYA Press Release, Jan. 25, 2015) Troy Youth Assistance is now accepting nominations for recognition of elementary–high school-age youth who reside in Troy or attend school in Troy and have made exemplary contributions to the Troy community. Categories include: ~Exceptional service to others ~Achievement by […]

Rep. Howrylak Holds Office Hours: Troy Feb. 21 and Clawson Feb. 23

January 25th 2015

Rep. Howrylak Holds Office Hours: Troy Feb. 21 and Clawson Feb. 23 (Press Release, Jan. 25, 2015) State Rep. Martin Howrylak will host February district office hours in Troy and Clawson to discuss state and local government with residents of the 41st House District. Howrylak, R-Troy, invites people with questions or suggestions about government to […]

Crime Prevention for Older Adults in Auburn Hills Feb. 9

January 25th 2015

Crime Prevention for Older Adults in Auburn Hills Feb. 9 (Press Release, Jan. 25, 2015) Each year, many seniors fall victim to crime, injury and illness. To help keep older adults safe and out of harm’s way, Pixley Funeral Home is hosting a free seminar at the Auburn Hills Community Center on February 9th at […]

Mardi Bras Event Collecting Women’s Items for the Needy Feb. 17

January 25th 2015

Mardi Bras Event Collecting Women’s Items for the Needy Feb. 17 (Press Release, Jan. 25, 2015) Tuesday Feb 17, 2015, Loving Touch 22634 Woodward Ave, Ferndale 6-9pm Help to provide women without homes and in shelters with the feminine products they need! Please bring donations of new bras, new underwear, tampons, pads, and wet wipes. […]

Fire in Novi Destroys 16 Apartments

January 25th 2015

Fire in Novi Destroys 16 Apartment (C. Proxmire, Jan. 25, 2015) Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed an apartment building Saturday night near Eight Mile and Meadowbrook. Residents from 16 units evacuated safely, though several animals are unaccounted for, according to WDIV. For more go to http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/firefighters-battle-novi-apartment-building-fire/30906492

Women Share Artwork in Gallery Opening in Huntington Woods (video)

January 24th 2015

Women Share Artwork in Gallery Opening in Huntington Woods (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 24, 2015) The Great Flood of 2104 devastated many in Huntington Woods as backed up sewers flooded basements, destroying property and memories for many of the residents. The flood also hit the local art community hard, as it ruined the Woods […]