11 Mile to Close for I-75 Overpass Replacement

June 30th 2021

In addition, all ramps at the I-75/11 Mile Road interchange will be closed, except for Fourth Avenue access to southbound I-75.

As Gangstagrass Rocks America’s Got Talent, Remembering 2014 Magic Bag Visit

June 29th 2021

As millions of people get ready to watch America’s Got Talent tonight, we’re happy to take a look back to 2014 when Gangstagrass – a band that combines bluegrass with gangsta rap – visited The Magic Bag Theatre in Ferndale.

Population Gains And Losses: Where People Come From, And Where They Go

June 28th 2021

In comparing federal tax returns from year to year, IRS can determine who moved and where. 

Reporter Food: Balkan House in Downtown Ferndale

June 24th 2021

Summer is a great season to enjoy a Doner Kebab from Balkan House, which has locations in Hamtramck and Downtown Ferndale.

Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency Resuming In-Person Appointments

June 23rd 2021

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June 26 – Clean the Ferndale Up

June 22nd 2021

Our event routinely sees involvement from residents, friends, families (supervised children are absolutely welcome), local businesses, and community groups.

June 26 – Ringwald Theatre and FHS Students Present Head Over Heels

June 22nd 2021

Head Over Heels follows the escapades of a royal family who set out on a journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction only to find love and comedic complications along the way.

June 25 – HP Library Author Talk with Frank Anthony Polito

June 22nd 2021

On Friday June 25 from 5pm-6:30pm meet with local author Frank Anthony Polito at the Hazel Park District Library or virtually on Zoom.

Ferndale Teen Creates Youth Birding Opportunities, Earns Scholarship

June 21st 2021

But it was her ‘motivation to create environmental educations opportunities’ for the community that made her applications stand out among others.

Neighbors Share Memories of the Main Art Theatre

June 20th 2021

With the closure of the Main Art Theatre in Downtown Royal Oak, these memories have come back for untold numbers of people who found joy, learning, and love inside this place of stories, sound effects, buttered popcorn and silver screen magic.