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June 25 – …”Manitou Mysteries” Virtual History of Michigan Shipwrecks

June 21st 2020

The Ferndale Library’s 2020 Summer Reading events are entirely virtual this year, kicking off with a ZOOM video presentation of “Manitou Mysteries”

June 24 – JVS Human Services Launches Book Club on Zoom for Seniors

June 21st 2020

Local seniors who like to read now have the opportunity to take part in a virtual Book Club on Zoom!

Ferndale School Board and City Council Make Anti-Racism Proclamations, and Plans

June 20th 2020

Based on the feedback, they took a typical proclamation and beefed it up with more context and a plan of action.

Madison Heights Arts Board Unveils 2nd Mural

June 19th 2020

We chose it because it features animals that visitors could actually come across while walking the trails at the park. Rabbits, squirrels, deer, and foxes are among the animals on display both on the mural and in the park.

“They Are Our Brothers and Sisters”: Holly Residents March for Racial Justice

June 19th 2020

“I’m proud of the turn out here. I think it demonstrates that there’s hope for continued diversity and peace in this community.”

2020 Candidate Interview:  Rose D’Ambrosi for Highland Township Treasurer

June 19th 2020

In the race for Highland Township Treasurer, there are two Republicans facing each other in the Aug. 4, 2020 Primary:

2020 Candidate Interview: Eric Lindemier for Waterford Township Treasurer

June 19th 2020

The winner of the Aug. 4, 2020 Republican primary will face Democrat Eric Lindemier in the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

With 1/3  of COVID Deaths in Nursing Homes, Lawmakers Want to End…

June 18th 2020

But what people may not realize is that the State of Michigan has been paying nursing homes to accept COVID-19 positive patients.

Teens Organize Black Lives Matter March in Berkley

June 18th 2020

Sixteen-year-old Charlotte Terbrack did not hesitate to get involved in the fight for police reform and racial justice after the world erupted in protests following the May 25 death of George Floyd

2020 Candidate Interview: Matt Stoel for State Rep. 27th District

June 18th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 27th District there are several candidates running in the Democratic Primary.