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A FAB way to help fill the gap for Ferndale Schools Fine Arts, Drawing Saturday

February 1st 2019

A FAB way to help fill the gap for Ferndale Schools Fine Arts, Drawing Saturday (Amy Butters, Ferndale Schools parent and FAB member, Feb. 1, 2019) Ferndale, MI- When I was in college, my mom used to randomly send me a little money. I had a small income from my campus job, but she just […]

Auburn Hills offering Rape Aggression Defense Training Class for Women Feb. 9

February 1st 2019

Auburn Hills offering Rape Aggression Defense Training Class for Women Feb. 9 (event page) Auburn Hills, MI- Auburn Hills Police are hosting a free Rape Aggression Defense Training (RAD) on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019 from 9am to 6pm.  This daylong class is for individuals with all abilities. Space is limited, register by contacting Officer Michelle […]

Reporter Food: Steak Tacos at Buena Fe

January 31st 2019

Reporter Food: Steak Tacos at Buena Fe (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 31, 2019) Oak Park, MI – Oak Parkers have a relatively new option for Mexican and Salvadorian cuisine with the opening of Buena Fe at 10116 W Nine Mile Rd, located next door to Primo’s Pizza.  I finally had a chance to give it […]

Railing at Rust Belt Market has Free Winter Items for Those in Need

January 31st 2019

Railing at Rust Belt Market has Free Winter Items for Those in Need (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 31, 2019) Ferndale, MI- Bus stops are bitterly cold this time of year, Downtown Ferndale’s Rust Belt Market has found a way to spread a little warmth to the busy 9 Mile and Woodward intersection. Hanging along the […]

Holly Community Rallying to Move Historic Train Depot

January 31st 2019

Holly Community Rallying to Move Historic Train Depot (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 31, 2019) Holly, MI- “We can only look at our beautiful building from afar,” said Village of Holly Assistant Manager and DDA Director Katy Hughes as she explained the desire behind the community’s effort to move the 1886-built Holly Union Depot to a […]

Public Asked to Reduce Gas and Electric Usage During Extremely Cold Weather

January 30th 2019

Public Asked to Reduce Gas and Electric Usage During Extremely Cold Weather (DTE, Jan. 30, 2019) In response to the extremely cold weather across much of the country, DTE Energy is asking its customers to help safeguard the reliability of the regional energy grid by voluntarily reducing electricity usage. “We know how important it is […]

Drivers Can Now Turn on Red at 9 Mile and Hilton in Ferndale

January 30th 2019

Drivers Can Now Turn on Red at 9 Mile and Hilton in Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 30, 2019) Ferndale, MI- Drivers at 9 Mile and Hilton may notice something missing.  For decades there were “No Turn on Red” signs at all four corners of the intersection, leaving many drivers to twiddle their thumbs in […]

Holly Area State of the Community Event Feb. 26

January 30th 2019

Holly Area State of the Community Event Feb. 26 Holly, MI – Would you like to know what has happened in the Holly Community in 2018, and learn about what is being planned for 2019? Come hear presentations by George Kullis, Holly Township Superintendent, Tom McKenney, Village of Holly President, and Scott Roper, Holly Area […]

Detroit Zoo Closed Wednesday, Possibly Thursday, Due to Cold

January 29th 2019

Detroit Zoo Closed Wednesday, Possibly Thursday, Due to Cold (Detroit Zoological Society, Jan. 29, 2019) Royal Oak, MI- While Michigan is under a state of emergency due to the extreme cold temperatures, the Detroit Zoo and Belle Isle Nature Center will be closed to guests on Wednesday, January 30. Both facilities may be closed as […]

Oak Park Residents Share Smiles and S’Mores at Winterfest

January 29th 2019

Oak Park Residents Share Smiles and S’Mores at Winterfest (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 29, 2019) Oak Park, MI – Oak Park resident Nicole Hicks and a horse-drawn buggy full of children – Abury, Devonte, Penelope, Madison and Khalii – rode through the little patch of woods behind Oak Park Recreation Center, taking in the sights […]