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Recall Issued for Cantaloupes and Fruit Trays Sold at Meijer Stores

October 8th 2020

The multi-state recall involves whole cantaloupe and select cut cantaloupe fruit trays and bowls in various weights ranging from 6–40 ounces sold between Sept. 26 and Oct. 5 of this year at all Meijer stores

Weekend Construction and Closures for I-75 Project

October 8th 2020

The Michigan Department of Transportation released the following updates for weekend construction on I-75

Video: Up Close View as Hawk Hunts in Woodland Hills Park, Farmington Hills

October 7th 2020

But a Wednesday morning walk at Woodland Hills Nature Park in Farmington Hills gave this reporter an up close look at a red tail hawk hunting in the forest. 

Pontiac Mayor Deirdre Waterman Named Michigan Municipal League Vice President

October 7th 2020

Dr. Waterman was selected vice president by the 18-member Board of Trustees on Sept. 29 during the Michigan Municipal League’s virtual Convention.

Reporter Food: Mojave Cantina in Clawson and White Lake

October 6th 2020

Mojave Cantina is located at 48 W Fourteen Mile Rd in Downtown Clawson, and there is a new location at 9135 Highland Rd in White Lake. 

Huntington Woods Postpones Meeting w/Anti-Racism Plan Due to “Zoom Bombing”

October 6th 2020

As the Huntington Woods City Commission met online via Zoom to discuss the city’s Anti-Racism plan Tuesday evening, the meeting was interrupted by messages of hate that caused the governing body to adjourn and reschedule.

2020 Candidate Interview: Justin Clarke for Waterford Twp Clerk

October 6th 2020

In the race for Waterford Township Clerk, incumbent Kim Markee, a Republican, is being challenged by Democrat Justin Clarke as well as Green Party candidate Jessica Venture.

2020 Candidate Interview: Shawn Grugel for Holly Township Parks Board

October 6th 2020

Voters in Holly Township can vote for up to 7 people to serve on the Holly Parks Board.  There are six on the ballot and four running as write-in candidates.

Crowdfunding Campaign Results in Free PPE Store for Ferndale Businesses

October 6th 2020

Businesses in Ferndale can now go to a central location and get supplies that will help their business stay clean and safe for customers and employees as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

RCOC to Residents: “Shake Your Mailbox”

October 6th 2020

It is a resident’s responsibility to ensure his or her mailbox is secure.