Pleasant Ridge

Ferndale Schools Seeking Applicants for Board of Education

April 13th 2018

Ferndale Schools Seeking Applicants for Board of Education (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 13, 2018) Ferndale, Oak Park, Royal Oak Township, Pleasant Ridge MI- The Ferndale Schools Board of Education has a vacancy, and the district is accepting applications through Wednesday, April 18th, 12pm.  Candidate interviews will take place on Monday, April 23rd, 6pm, in the […]

Ferndale Education Foundation Derby Dinner & Auction April 27

March 30th 2018

Ferndale Education Foundation Derby Dinner & Auction April 27 Ferndale, MI – Brake out the hats and join us for the FEF Dinner & Auction Derby Party! All proceeds from this event go to Ferndale Public Schools. Price $60.00 – includes strolling dinner and 3 beer or wine tickets plus entertainment. Auction by Sabin the […]

Public Info Meeting on I-696 Summer Construction April 4

March 28th 2018

Public Info Meeting on I-696 Summer Construction April 4 (MDOT, March 28, 2018) Southfield, MI- WHAT: An open   house-style public meeting to share information on the I-696 project between I-275   and I-94 scheduled to begin this spring. There will be exhibits displaying   project locations, various types of work, and detours. Interested parties   will have the […]

Ferndale Students Walk Out to Remember 17 Lives Lost in Florida School Shooting

March 15th 2018

Ferndale Students Walk Out to Remember 17 Lives Lost in Florida School Shooting (Cheryl Weiss, March 15, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Over 400 students streamed outside from all directions into the courtyard at Ferndale Middle School and Ferndale High School at 9:55am on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 to join the national #ENOUGH National School Walkout.  […]

Guest Legal Blog: Does Your Will Include Digital Assets?

March 5th 2018

Guest Legal Blog: Does Your Will Include Digital Assets? (Galloway and Collens, PLLC, March 5, 2018) When people consider estate planning and ensuring the proper distribution of personal property, most may only think about physical property. However, digital assets are also part of many Michigan estates in current times. These issues can typically be addressed […]

Woodward Avenue Resurfacing to Begin in April

March 2nd 2018

Woodward Avenue Resurfacing to Begin in April Birmingham, MI – The Michigan   Department of Transportation (MDOT) will host a public meeting to discuss the   M-1 (Woodward Avenue) resurfacing project set for this year between 14 Mile   Road and Quarton Road/Big Beaver Road. Work includes replacing asphalt, improving   sidewalk ramps, and modernizing […]

SOCRRA Reopens Drop-off Recycling Services

February 12th 2018

SOCRRA Reopens Drop-off Recycling Services (SOCRRA, Feb. 12, 2018) Berkley, Beverly Hills, Birmingham, Clawson, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods, Lathrup Village, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak, Troy, MI – We are pleased to announce the reopening of our recycling drop off services! SELF SERVICE RECYCLING AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC: MIXED RECYCLING: All Paper (newspaper, […]

Stuff to Know When it Snows

February 9th 2018

Stuff to Know When it Snows (C. Proxmire, Dec. 13, 2017) Did you wake up to find your neighborhood covered over with a layer of sparkly white frozen precipitation and a Facebook feed full of various warnings, advisories, and complaints? Though it can be disconcerting, don’t worry. It’s called snow, and it’s something we’ve dealt […]

Learn about the Clinton River Watershed Feb. 6

February 1st 2018

Learn about the Clinton River Watershed Feb. 6 Troy, MI – Come learn the watershed story of the mighty Clinton River and how you can help take care of this precious place for generations to come. In most of Macomb County, the eastern half of Oakland County, and small areas of southern Lapeer and St. […]

State Rep. Wittenberg Sounds Horn on 1949 Law for Motorists, Introduces Repeal

January 30th 2018

State Rep. Wittenberg Sounds Horn on 1949 Law for Motorists, Introduces Repeal (Rep. Robert Wittenberg, Jan. 30, 2018) Huntington Woods, MI – House Bill 5504, introduced today by state Rep. Robert Wittenberg (D-Huntington Woods), heralds a change to an archaic 1949 law encouraging drivers to toot a horn or give another audible sign when they […]