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Woman’s Openness About Tourette Syndrome Helps Others, and Herself

February 1st 2020

Living with Tourette syndrome has been a struggle for Rochelle Bono. But she took the hardship and turned it into a meaningful way to help people.

FernCare Seeking Volunteer Lab Tech 2nd and 4th Monday Mornings

February 1st 2020

Volunteer at FernCare Free Clinic on the 2nd and 4th Monday mornings of the month from 9am to noon.

Cities Vary in Snow Emergency Ticketing

January 31st 2020

The weekend snowstorm of Jan. 17 gave the typical, expected challenge of getting local streets plowed and salted.  It also prompted hundreds of parking tickets of those who left their vehicles in the way.

Reporter Food: Col’s Place in Madison Heights

January 31st 2020

Well the building is done and the cooks are back at grill, serving up favorites for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Teens Learn Team Spirit and Inclusion with Clawson’s Unified Basketball Team

January 29th 2020

More than just a one day special event, the Unified sports program offers ongoing team building, practice, and competition

A Little Too Quiet Podcast: Library History & Sci Fi Lit with Kevin Deegan-Krause

January 29th 2020

We’re chatting about with Kevin Deegan-Krause, Associate Professor of Political Science at Wayne State University, and former President of the Ferndale Library Board of Trustees

Ferndale Fine Arts Booster Raffle Helps Students Start Path to Arts Careers

January 28th 2020

Take Natalie Berger. The Ferndale High School graduate participated in many arts activities at Ferndale Schools, earned two college degrees and now is gainfully employed by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

Home Invasion Suspects Flee Ferndale Police, Crash in Detroit

January 28th 2020

Inside the crashed Fusion, officers located the items that were stolen in the West Drayton home invasion just minutes earlier.

Reporter Food: Street Tacos and More at Montage Grill in Clawson

January 27th 2020

Though simple in concept, the tacos were beautifully presented, and I was especially impressed with…

March 10 Primary: DIA Millage Renewal on the Ballot County-Wide

January 27th 2020

As a result of the millage, the DIA provides Oakland County residents with free K-12 school field trips including free transportation, free senior group programming with free transportation, and unlimited free general admission.