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Need a Job? Here is the FCC Job Flash!

July 25th 2013

The Ferndale Career Center is known for connecting individuals to jobs, and companies to employees. Now they are offering a “Job Flash,” which is a list of available positions in the area. This will be updated regularly on their website at Below are the most recent job listings:

Clerk Brings In New Lawyers to ‘Defend’ In Hazel Park Couple’s Case

July 24th 2013

Pitt-McGehee has volunteered to represent Brown pro-bono so that there is no extra cost to the taxpayers.

“I’m glad the judge has said the plaintiffs should have their day in court,” Brown said.

Shine On Yoga Opens on Woodward

July 24th 2013

Visitors will often be greeted by Vito at the front desk, and a get a fabulous smile and energy from Linda.

To learn more about this new Downtown Ferndale business, visit their website at

Survey about Ferndale Parks Now Online

July 23rd 2013

The survey will be available throughout July and August online at and at City Hall, the Kulick Center and the Ferndale Library.

Detroit: A Bankrupt Narrative (guest column)

July 22nd 2013

It’s critical that we examine not only the internal failures of the largest US city to ever declare bankruptcy, but also the context in which those failures occurred. And when we do examine the context, it’s clear that cities in general—in Michigan and across the nation—face many of the same challenges that pushed Detroit off the fiscal cliff.

A Bankrupt Narrative

July 22nd 2013

A Bankrupt Narrative (Guest Column by Haley Roberts, orig. Michigan Suburbs Alliance blog, republished July 22, 2013) A consistent and easy narrative has quickly emerged around the Detroit bankruptcy filing—but it’s wrong. The refrain on repeat across news outlets and social media includes some combination of the following: decades of mismanagement, a shrinking tax base, […]

Senator to Host Town Hall on Affordable Care Act Aug 19

July 22nd 2013

State Senator Vincent Gregory (D-Southfield) will be hosting a town hall meeting on the Affordable Care Act in partnership with the AARP. Most of the major provisions of the Affordable Care Act will go into effect in January 2014.

Ferndale Businessman Helps Animal Control Center

July 20th 2013

The founder and president of the Detroit Bus Company in Ferndale has donated a 20-ton portable air conditioning unit and diesel generator to the Oakland County Animal Control & Pet Adoption Center for the rest of the summer. Andy Didorosi, 26, asked Hertz Rental to deliver the equipment Friday. They worked with the county’s Facilities Management Department in the late afternoon to install it. The A/C unit will keep the dogs and cats at the Center cool on hot summer days.

Delicious Drinks Part of the Pig and Whiskey Event

July 19th 2013

There are non-alcoholic drinks available through the festival as well, and people are encouraged to pace themselves and drink responsibly. It’s a hot weekend, so watch out for dehydration. And never ever drink and drive.

Longtime Principal Jerry Wiese Passes Away

July 19th 2013

For over thirty three years, Jerry enjoyed his work as a teacher and principal for Ferndale Public Schools. Jerry and Pauline raised their family of three boys in the Farmington area and moved to Commerce Township after Jerry’s retirement in 1991.