Ferndale

Ferndale to Vote Monday on Medical Marijuana Facilities

May 10th 2018

Ferndale to Vote Monday on Medical Marijuana Facilities (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 10, 2018) Ferndale, MI-  Ferndale City Council is expected to vote Monday evening on whether to allow medical marijuana businesses in the city. Two options are being presented for consideration for the application approval process. According to a Memo by City Planner Justin […]

Artist In You Awards to Celebrate Student Art in Ferndale May 15

May 9th 2018

Artist In You Awards to Celebrate Student Art in Ferndale May 15 Ferndale, MI Ferndale Area Chamber of Commerce (FAC) PRESENTS The Artist In You where students from Ferndale High School (Michigan), CASA (Center for Advanced Studies and the Arts) and University High School DECA enter a competition to have their artwork displayed as public art. All student […]

From Seasonal Work to Administrative Professionals, Cities are Hiring. Here’s a List of Links

May 8th 2018

From Seasonal Work to Administrative Professionals, Cities are Hiring. Here’s a List of Links (Compiled, ongoing) Need a job? Oakland County Times has put together a list of places to check if you are looking for work in Oakland County. Click on the name to be taken to the page. MUNICIPALITIES Addison Twp Auburn Hills […]

White Castle Donation Helps towards Ferndale Literacy Project

May 7th 2018

White Castle Donation Helps towards Ferndale Literacy Project (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 6, 2018) Ferndale, MI – “When I was a kid, a group of us boys would take the bus up from Highland Park just to get sliders for twelve cents.  We’d come get sliders and take the bus back home. This White Castle […]

Unique Pinecrest Circle Home on the Market in Ferndale

May 6th 2018

Unique Pinecrest Circle Home on the Market in Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 6, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Along Pinecrest just south of 9 Mile is a strange little block where six special houses sit on a crescent with what could almost be considered a garden separating their more secluded “Pinecrest Circle” from the regular […]

Ferndale’s 100th Memorial Day Parade May 28

May 5th 2018

  Ferndale’s 100th Memorial Day Parade May 28 Ferndale, MI – The Ferndale Memorial Day Parade is the oldest continuous Memorial Day celebration in the state of Michigan. The next parade will take place on Monday, May 28, 2018. The parade begins at 10:00am near the corner of Livernois Street and West Maplehurst Street. Participants will march east […]

Sin Paredes to Launch May 5 with Mexican Food Delivery and M-Brew Collaboration

May 3rd 2018

Sin Paredes to Launch May 5 with Mexican Food Delivery and M-Brew Collaboration (M-Brew, May 3, 2018) Ferndale, MI – M-Brew and Dino’s Lounge proprietor Dean Bach has teamed up with Chef Kelzi Bartholomaei, formerly of Mother Hubbard’s Café in Tuscon, Arizona, to create Sin Paredes – a Mexican restaurant catering to delivery service clientele, […]

Ferndale Community Foundation Accepting Grant Applications

May 1st 2018

Ferndale Community Foundation Accepting Grant Applications The Ferndale Community Foundation—an organization that provides grant funding to in-need community groups in the areas of health, culture, education, the arts, and other human services—has released its grant application for the 2018 year. According to Foundation Chairperson and Ferndale City Councilman Dan Martin, grants are available to nonprofit […]

Roosevelt Sign Stolen from Ferndale Historical Museum

April 30th 2018

Roosevelt Sign Stolen from Ferndale Historical Museum (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 30, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Members of the Ferndale Historical Society are asking that a sign be returned to the museum, with no questions asked.  On April 27 the news was announced on Facebook. “Sometime over the last 48 hours an elementary school artifact […]

Ways the Ferndale Library Saves the Day

April 30th 2018

Ways the Ferndale Library Saves the Day (Ferndale Area District Library, April 30, 2018) FERNDALE, MI – Statistics aren’t stimulating. They’re just dry, dense, and maybe abstract. So it’s no wonder that public libraries can have a tough time proving their impact. Because while local businesses can point to something more apparent like “sales,” the […]