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Inside Look at “The James” Former School Turned Senior Living in Ferndale

May 26th 2019

Inside Look at “The James” Former School Turned Senior Living in Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 26, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Jack and Therese Moran met when they attended St. James Catholic School back in the 1940s.  In 1948 they married and had a family, including two daughters – Nancy Lareau and Terry Tyner – […]

Madison Heights Shows Patriotic Side with Memorial Day Parade

May 25th 2019

Madison Heights Shows Patriotic Side with Memorial Day Parade (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 25, 2019) Madison Heights, MI- Over sixty groups took part in the annual Madison Heights Memorial Day Parade Saturday. John R. was closed between 12 and 13 Mile for the procession which featured bands from Lamphere and Madison, a plethora of elected […]

Reporter Food: El Guapo at Detroit Fleat in Ferndale

May 25th 2019

Reporter Food: El Guapo at Detroit Fleat in Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 25, 2019) Ferndale, MI- Detroit Fleat, Ferndale’s food truck-centered restaurant, is now fully open for the season with a menu of items inside plus a trio of food trucks in the back. There are three regular trucks and usually a fourth which […]

June 4 – Royal Oak Crime Prevention Council City-Wide Block Party

May 24th 2019

June 4 – Royal Oak Crime Prevention Council City-Wide Block Party The Royal Oak Crime Prevention Council invites you to the city-wide block party at the Farmers Market on Tuesday June 4 beginning at 6:00pm.  An evening full of family fun, including face painting, balloon animals, meet Canine Police Officer Ryker, sit in real police […]

June 3 – MSU Extension Class on Native Landscaping in Madison Heights

May 24th 2019

June 3 – MSU Extension Class on Native Landscaping in Madison Heights This workshop is intended for those with little to no experience gardening with native plants. Learn how to design a garden with native wildflowers and plants Help protect water resources and manage storm water runoff Learn how to attract beneficial birds and butterflies […]

June 3 – Southfield to Interview Four Finalists for Police Chief Position

May 24th 2019

June 3 – Southfield to Interview Four Finalists for Police Chief Position SOUTHFIELD, MI– The Southfield City Council will hold a Community Panel Interview for the top four police chief candidates at a Special City Council Meeting on Monday, June 3 at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers, 26000 Evergreen Road. The four final police chief […]

June 3 – Origami Club at Berkley Library

May 24th 2019

June 3 – Origami Club at Berkley Library Monday, June 3 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. If you’re interested in origami or are a seasoned folder, join us to learn and explore the art of origami. The Berkley Public Library is located at 3155 Coolidge Highway in Berkley.  For additional information, call 248-658-3440 or […]

June 2 – Meet and Play with The Loaded Die Owners at Ferndale Library

May 24th 2019

June 2 – Meet and Play with The Loaded Die Owners at Ferndale Library FERNDALE, MI – Kyle Sweeney and Madison Reitzel, co-owners of the Loaded Die, are coming to the Ferndale Library to tell the story of their neighborhood game store on Sunday, June 2, at 2 pm. Over the last three years, since […]

June 2 – Huntington Woods Women’s League Home Tour and Gala

May 24th 2019

June 2 – Huntington Woods Women’s League Home Tour and Gala Huntington Woods, MI – The 27th Annual Huntington Woods Home Tour is on Sunday, June 2nd from 1 – 5 p.m. Purchase tickets online at www.hwwl.org for $20 or purchase the day of the tour at the Library for $25 (if tickets remain available). […]

June 1 – Paddlepalooza in Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills

May 24th 2019

June 1 – Paddlepalooza in Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills The City of Auburn Hills and the City of Rochester Hills are proud to announce that they are once again partnering for the 11th Annual Paddlepalooza. Paddlepalooza is an annual canoe/kayak race and adventure river paddle down the Clinton River on Saturday, June 1. Participants […]