Ferndale

Creating Homes for Outdoor Cats

January 19th 2019

Creating Homes for Outdoor Cats (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 19, 2019, adapted from orig. Oct. 28, 2018) Ferndale, MI – It costs about $20 and an hour of being crafty to help save the lives of feral and community cats, and Kimberly Wallace of the Ferndale Cat Shelter is helping people learn how. Though most […]

Oakland County Elite 40 Under 40 Announced

January 18th 2019

Oakland County Elite 40 Under 40 Announced ​Waterford, Michigan – Beginning Friday at noon, the public can cast an online vote to choose the winner of the Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 under 40 Class of 2019. About 250 applications and nominations were reviewed by a panel of judges, looking for the top 40 young […]

“Not in my (Ferndale) Backyard” Talk on Racially Coded Language Jan. 30

January 18th 2019

“Not in my (Ferndale) Backyard” Talk on Racially Coded Language Jan. 30 Ferndale, MI – The Ferndale Inclusion Network (FIN) invites the public to attend their Quarterly meeting on January 30, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ferndale Area District Library (222 E. 9 Mile Rd.).  The meeting’s topic is “Not In My (Ferndale) Backyard?” […]

Ferndale Offers Payment Assistance for Furloughed Federal Employees

January 16th 2019

Ferndale Offers Payment Assistance for Furloughed Federal Employees (City of Ferndale, Jan. 16, 2019) Ferndale, MI- Ferndale City Council voted Monday that it will offer a payment assistance program for Ferndale residents who are federal government employees furloughed by the government shutdown. Furloughed federal employees will qualify for a two-month deferral period for City payments, […]

Ferndale Passes National Day of Racial Healing Proclamation

January 16th 2019

Ferndale Passes National Day of Racial Healing Proclamation (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 16, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Ferndale City Council voted Monday to pass a proclamation for National Day of Racial Healing. On Jan. 22 – the day after Martin Luther King Jr. Day – communities like Ferndale honor “our common humanity and taking collective […]

Malerman Reflects on Bird Box Success

January 14th 2019

Malerman Reflects on Bird Box Success Josh Malerman was in the lobby of Mann’s Chinese Theater, mere moments after the end credits commenced for the Hollywood premiere of the movie adaptation of one of his books. “…as the audience poured out, I saw (director) Susanne Bier emerge from the flowing crowd and she came to […]

Ferndale Blues Festival Jan. 25 – Feb 2

January 14th 2019

Ferndale Blues Festival Jan. 25 – Feb 2 Ferndale, MI- The annual Ferndale Blues and Music Festival kicks off Friday Jan. 25 and runs through Feb 2, with multiple events at multiple venues.  The community-driven event highlights local artists, musicians, and businesses. The schedule is still in the works, but venues that have committed so […]

“Uncaged Watercolors” Opening to Showcase Art of Exonerated Man Jan. 18

January 13th 2019

“Uncaged Watercolors” Opening to Showcase Art of Exonerated Man Jan. 18  Ferndale, MI – Richard Phillips spent over 46 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. While in prison he learned to paint, letting art give him a sense of purpose and a skill. Come check out his work at the Level […]

Reservations Available for White Castle’s Valentine’s Day Dinner

January 12th 2019

Reservations Available for White Castle’s Valentine’s Day Dinner Ferndale, Royal Oak, Pontiac, Southfield, Oak Park, Troy, MI – If you would like to give your Queen or King a royal experience this Valentine’s Day, White Castle has a tradition for you! Each year castles across the country bring out their best – with table service […]

Downtown Ferndale Wednesday Walks Jan. 16

January 12th 2019

Downtown Ferndale Wednesday Walks Jan. 16 Ferndale, MI -Explore your hometown downtown while getting fit! Wednesday Walks is a weekly walk, departing from the City Hall parking lot at 5:30 pm and lasting 30-45 minutes. The start time is designed to be right as people are getting home from work – get a little exercise […]