Ferndale

John R. Construction in Hazel Park Begins May 16

May 2nd 2019

John R. Construction in Hazel Park Begins May 16 (City of Hazel Park, May 2, 2019) Hazel Park, MI- The South John R. resurfacing project will begin on May 16th of this year. John R. Rd. will be resurfaced from 8 Mile to I-75 during this phase of construction. The City of Hazel Park will […]

May 27 – Ferndale Memorial Day Parade

May 2nd 2019

May 27 – Ferndale Memorial Day Parade Ferndale, MI -The Ferndale Memorial Day Parade is the oldest Memorial Day celebration in the state of Michigan. The parade begins at 10:00 am at Livernois and Breckenridge to Maplehurst, turning east to Woodward Avenue. Southbound on Woodward to Nine Mile Road, westbound to Livernois and south to […]

Several Pull Petitions in Ferndale, Still Time to Run for Mayor or Council

April 29th 2019

Several Pull Petitions in Ferndale, Still Time to Run for Mayor or Council (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 29, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Since Ferndale Mayor Dave Coulter announced that he would not be running for another term, the Ferndale community has been abuzz with speculation about who will be running for the Mayor’s seat and […]

1,000 Dolls on Woodward Raise Awareness About Immigration Policies

April 27th 2019

1,000 Dolls on Woodward Raise Awareness About Immigration Policies (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 27, 2019) Ferndale, MI- One thousand dolls and stuffed animals will fill the lawn of the Ferndale First United Methodist Church at 22331 Woodward for the next two week as an art installation aims to remind passers by about children who separated […]

Summer Spark Website Helps Families Find Educational Events and Opportunities

April 26th 2019

Summer Spark Website Helps Families Find Educational Events and Opportunities (United Way for Southeastern Michigan, April 24, 2019) Summer Spark, a free online tool designed to help busy parents and caregivers find quality summer programs all in one place, has made it easier than ever to search for fun, engaging and educational activities and programs […]

Ferndale to Plant Over 300 Trees

April 26th 2019

Ferndale to Plant Over 300 Trees (City of Ferndale, April 26, 2019) Ferndale, MI- With the arrival of spring, the City of Ferndale is excited about multiple tree planting opportunities taking place in the community. The City has been designated a Tree City USA community for over 15 years and takes pride in maintaining a […]

Tour the Robertson Homes Model Home in Parkdale Townes May 1

April 25th 2019

Tour the Robertson Homes Model Home in Parkdale Townes May 1 Ferndale, MI – Want to get an up close look at the new Parkdale Townes Town Homes in Ferndale? There is a grand opening on May 1st at the furnished model home at 570 Parkdale Lane in Ferndale.  The open house runs 5pm-8pm. Enjoy […]

Mom Spreading Love Seeks Volunteers for Free Hug Booth at Ferndale Pride Festival

April 23rd 2019

Mom Spreading Love Seeks Volunteers for Free Hug Booth at Ferndale Pride Festival (Lara Mossa, April 23, 2019) UPDATE: Volunteer hug positions filled up quickly after being announced, but there are many other volunteer opportunities available. More info is available at www.ferndalepride.com FERNDALE, MI – Not everyone feels accepted by friends and family when they […]

Love of Plants and South-Facing Window Spur Growth of The Plant House at Rust Belt Market

April 23rd 2019

Love of Plants and South-Facing Window Spur Growth of The Plant House at Rust Belt Market (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 23, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Before she and her husband launched the Rust Belt Market eight years ago, Tiffany Best worked for a Beverly-Hills (Michigan) –based gardening business. Not only did she fall in love […]

CASA Celebrating 35 Years with Events April 26-27 

April 23rd 2019

CASA Celebrating 35 Years with Events April 26-27 Oak Park, Ferndale, MI-  The Center for Advanced Studies and the Arts (CASA) is a consortium school that provides higher level classes for students in the Berkley, Clawson, Ferndale, Lamphere, Madison, Oak Park and Pontiac School districts. It began in 1983, serving 35 students with four classes.  […]