Reporter Food: The Red Hook in Detroit and Downtown Ferndale

August 18th 2021

Operating with a walk-up window since the pandemic, The Red Hook  remains a popular spot for customers to grab coffee and baked goods in Downtown Ferndale.

Road Commission Hosting Public Meeting for 2022 Budget

August 18th 2021

Projects are typically selected based on a detailed, computerized road-assessment program combined with engineers’ analysis and a review of safety data. The decisions are often made years before construction begins because of funding requirements.

Residents Who Lost Power Can Contact DTE & Consumers for Credit

August 16th 2021

Both utilities have been working around the clock to restore power, but many customers have now gone several days without during hot and humid weather.

Restructuring, Equity Part of Legacy as Jim O’Donnell Resigns from Ferndale School Board

August 16th 2021

O’Donnell joined the board as part of a slate of “BOLD” candidates – Amy Butters, Jim O’Donnell, Raylon Leaks-May, and Kevin Deegan-Krause who campaigned on a promise of change.

As Dream Cruise Nears, History Center Gives Nod to Woodward Avenue’s Past

August 16th 2021

Here is what Oakland County’s road commissioners wrote in 1926…

Exiled to Motown Exhibit Shares Stories of Japanese Struggles in the US

August 15th 2021

The items reflect the journey of the community throughout Michigan,

Mini Concerts Continue at Ferndale’s Schiffer Park

August 14th 2021

The first show featured local musician Ryan Allen.

Video Shows Ferndale 7-Eleven Robbery That Preceded Shooting

August 13th 2021

Ferndale Police have released security footage of the armed robbery that took place Thursday, preceding the robbery suspect being shot by officers attempting to arrest him.

Ferndale Police Shoot Armed Robbery Suspect

August 12th 2021

The suspect’s condition is critical, and he has not been identified yet.

Ferndale Joins Neighboring Cities in Banning Source of Income Discrimination

August 11th 2021

In an increasing number of communities, landlords can no longer legally refuse to rent to someone because of how they pay their rent, including veteran’s benefits, court ordered payments, and voucher programs.