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Medical Marijuana Facilities One Step Closer in Hazel Park

January 10th 2018

Medical Marijuana Facilities One Step Closer in Hazel Park (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 10, 2018) Hazel Park, MI- Hazel Park is one step closer to being ready to accept applications for medical marijuana facility permits. City Council voted Tuesday to accept the first reading of ordinance 01-18 to add Chapter 17.21 to the code, setting […]

Snowflakes Hidden through Oak Park Library Mean Prizes All Month Long

January 10th 2018

Snowflakes Hidden through Oak Park Library Mean Prizes All Month Long (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 10, 2018) Oak Park, MI – Sometimes it’s the little things that make a visit to the library great.  Meeting new friends.  Checking out new books.  Playing board games. Getting on the computer.  But in Oak Park all this month […]

Recipe: Fennel Salad with Oranges and Olives

January 10th 2018

Recipe: Fennel Salad with Oranges and Olives (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 10, 2018) On a recent visit to Ludington, I kept my promise to try new things and I ordered fennel salad to go with my pizza from Luciano’s Ristorante. I didn’t read the ingredients or anything and I wasn’t sure what fennel was. So […]

Optimist Club of Southfield-Lathrup Village Announces Essay Contest

January 10th 2018

Optimist Club of Southfield-Lathrup Village Announces Essay Contest (Optimist Club of Southfield-Lathrup  Village, Jan. 10, 2018) Southfield, Lathrup Village, MI – The Optimist Club of Southfield-Lathrup Village is encouraging area students to contemplate the phrase “Can Society Function Without Respect?”  This topic is the focus of the annual Optimist International Essay Contest for 2018. The […]

Special Sendoff for Retiring Ferndale Mail Carrier

January 9th 2018

Special Sendoff for Retiring Ferndale Mail Carrier (Cheryl Weiss, Jan. 9, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Brightly colored signs with congratulatory messages along with pictures of mail trucks and mailboxes dotted West Drayton Avenue and other nearby streets in Ferndale throughout December in a special sendoff to retiring mail carrier Sharisse Jones. After nearly 32 years […]

Huntington Woods Seeks Residents for Long Range Budget Planning Committee

January 9th 2018

Huntington Woods Seeks Residents for Long Range Budget Planning Committee Huntington Woods, MI – With the preparation of the 2018-19 budget underway, the City Commission felt it was an opportune time to establish an ad hoc committee to study the City’s long term financial health.  The impact of the great recession in 2008 has left […]

Ferndale Officials Discuss Possible Changes to Event Policies

January 9th 2018

Ferndale Officials Discuss Possible Changes to Event Policies (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan 9, 2018) Ferndale, MI – As the frequency of festivals in Downtown Ferndale increases, so do discussions about how best to manage them. The City held a Work Session Monday to discuss proposed recommendations by staff.  The meeting was just an initial discussion […]

Presentation on Humane Rat Control Feb. 10 in Royal Oak

January 9th 2018

Presentation on Humane Rat Control Feb. 10 in Royal Oak Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak RATS (Residents Are The Solution) is presenting a free family friendly community workshop on how to humanely prevent and control rats. The presentation is Saturday, Feb. 10 from noon to 3pm at the Senior Community Center 3500 Marais Avenue […]

Waterford Police Inviting Residents to 8 Week Citizens Academy

January 9th 2018

Waterford Police Inviting Residents to 8 Week Citizens Academy Waterford, MI – The Waterford Police Department is inviting all Waterford Residents and/or Waterford business owners to join your police department team for one night a week, for eight weeks, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, beginning Monday, February 12, 2018. We offer an educational hands-on forum for […]

Axle Brewery Founder Warms Library Guests with Humor, History and Beer

January 8th 2018

Axle Brewery Founder Warms Library Guests with Humor, History and Beer (Rebecca Hammond, Jan. 8, 2018) Ferndale, MI – If you live in Ferndale you already know this is a cool city, but when your local library invites one of the city’s newest microbreweries in for an evening of sharing its history AND samples of […]