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Reporter Food: Bobcat Bonnie’s

July 16th 2021

On a sunnier day than this, I met up with a friend for lunch on the outdoor patio of Bobcat Bonnie’s in Downtown Ferndale.

I-75 Repairs following Tanker Fire to Cost $1.5 Million

July 16th 2021

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) announced that repairs to the damaged section of I-75 at Big Beaver Road in Troy is estimated at $1.5 million

2021 Candidate Interview: David DeLind for Farmington City Council

July 14th 2021

For all interviews visit our Candidate Interview Page. New videos are added frequently up until Election Day, so please check back often!

2021 Candidate Interview: Mary Pietila for Pontiac City Council Dist. 3

July 14th 2021

For all interviews visit our Candidate Interview Page. New videos are added frequently up until Election Day, so please check back often!

Reporter Food: Four Korners Restaurant in Auburn Hills

July 14th 2021

Situated at the corner of  E. Walton and Lapeer Road, this family diner serves up a variety of meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Extensive Damage Due to Tanker Means I-75 Construction, Lane Closures

July 13th 2021

Follow I-75 modernization progress on the web at www.Modernize75.com

Back in the Stacks: Ferndale Library Welcomes Patrons to Come on In

July 13th 2021

Director Jenny Marr and members of the staff that regulars know and love have been delighted seeing smiles back inside the building since they re-opened last week.

Chocolatier Among Businesses Announced for Ferndale’s dot Retail Spaces

July 12th 2021

“We are thrilled to be able to bring small business tenants to this space and contribute to the re-energizing of our downtown.”

Tanker Fire Closes I-75 in Troy (video)

July 12th 2021

Fuel from the tank has been burning since around 1:30 pm, giving a thick black plume of smoke that can be seen for miles.

Local Artists Named Michigan Fine Arts Competition Winners, Exhibit Through Aug. 19

July 11th 2021

The free MFAC exhibition is open now at the BBAC through August 19, 2021.  The entire exhibit also is available for virtual viewing at BBArtCenter.org.