Oct. 15-31 – Renaissance Festival Turns into Haunted Village

October 11th 2020

There is something new at every turn with 8 + Haunting scenes and unique & unnerving characters filling the lanes. You will never look at the Village of Hollygrove the same.

Oct. 14 – Birmingham Planning Board Master Plan Discussion

October 11th 2020

Public feedback is a key component to the development of the Citywide Master Plan,” said Birmingham Planning Director Jana Ecker.

Oct 14 – Online Presentation on What’s New in Medicare for 2021

October 11th 2020

If you are new to Medicare, have questions on coverage, or want to know about the upcoming Open Enrollment period, PLEASE JOIN US!!

2020 Candidate Interview:  Brad May for State Rep. 51st District

October 11th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 51st District, Incumbent Mike Mueller, a Republican, is being challenged by Democrat Brad May. 

2020 Candidate Interview: Anthony Bartolotta for Waterford Twp Trustee

October 11th 2020

Voters in Waterford have eight choices to fill four Trustee positions.

2020 Candidate Interview: Aron Lorenz for Sylvan Lake City Council

October 11th 2020

In the race for Sylvan Lake City Council, there are six people running for two seats.

Reporter Food: Pop’s for Italian in Downtown Ferndale

October 10th 2020

Pop’s for Italian is located at 280 W. 9 Mile in Downtown Ferndale. Check them out online at www.popsforitalian.com.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Brenda Carter for State Rep. 29th District

October 10th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 29th District, Incumbent Brenda Carter, a Democrat, is being challenged by Republican S. Dave Sullivan. 

Mural at Sunflour Bakehaus Celebrates Farmington’s Diversity

October 10th 2020

“I like that it captures the spirit of our city, and the color palette was meant to bring joy during the summer of 2020,” said the Farmington Hills-based artist.

Royal Oak School District Prepares for In-Person Learning

October 9th 2020

At a meeting of the Royal Oak Schools Board of Education on October 8, the superintendent and administration reviewed a plan to bring students back into the school buildings beginning November 9, 2020, the first day of the second quarter marking period.