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Detroit Model Railroad Club Open House Nov 10-11

October 25th 2018

  Detroit Model Railroad Club Open House Nov 10-11 Holly, MI – Come see what model railroading is all about at one of the largest O scale model railroads in the country. During open houses, we operate the railroad with a dispatcher controlling railroad traffic on the mainline, and engineers driving multiple freight and passenger […]

Ferndale Housing Residents Tour Properties to See RAD Program Results

October 23rd 2018

  Ferndale Housing Residents Tour Properties to See RAD Program Results (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 22, 2018) Ferndale, Taylor, Ypsilanti, MI- Nearly 40 residents of the Ferndale Housing Commission took a daytrip last week to visit properties that had seen benefits of HUD’s RAD Program.  The US Department of Housing and Urban Development created the […]

2018 Candidate Interviews and Issues – NOV 6 GENERAL ELECTION

October 9th 2018

2018 Candidate Interviews and Issues – NOV 6 GENERAL ELECTION Check back often for updates. To schedule an interview contact editor@oc115.com.

MML#2 – Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Copenhagen – Examples of Revitalization Through Localism

October 7th 2018

MML#2 – Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Copenhagen – Examples of Revitalization Through Localism (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 7, 2018) Grand Rapids, MI- What can communities learn from the revitalization of places like Pittsburg, Indianapolis, and Copenhagen? Bruce Katz, author of The New Localism: How Cities Can Thrive in the Age of Populism was the keynote speaker […]

On the Ballot: Farmington Hills Residents Asked to Vote on Road Funding

October 7th 2018

On the Ballot: Farmington Hills Residents Asked to Vote on Road Funding (City of Farmington Press Release) Farmington Hills, MI- Voters in Farmington Hills will be asked to vote on local road funding on the Nov. 6, 2018 ballot.  Ballot language is as follows: Farmington Hills City Charter Amendment Proposal to Add Section 7.02f and […]

Renaissance Vineyard Celebrates 100 Years in Ferndale

October 3rd 2018

Renaissance Vineyard Celebrates 100 Years in Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 3, 2018) Ferndale, MI – As people were starting to build homes in Ferndale, before it was even a village, Bible-loving folks came from Highland Park Baptist to this blossoming community to host scriptural discussions in various homes and buildings. In 1918 a group […]

MML #1: We Need More Parking! But do we Really?

October 1st 2018

MML #1: We Need More Parking! But do we Really? (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 1, 2018) Grand Rapids, MI- Does our downtown need more parking? That’s a question that brought dozens of administrators and elected officials to a presentation on this hot topic at the recent Michigan Municipal League Annual Convention in Grand Rapids. Oftentimes […]

SMART is Hiring! Job Fair Sept 24 in Troy

September 22nd 2018

SMART is Hiring! Job Fair Sept 24 in Troy (Job Listing, Sept. 22, 2018) Troy, MI – SMART is looking to hire 50 drivers and 15 mechanics. For those who are interested, they are encouraged to attend the SMART Job Fair on Monday, September 24 at Automation Alley.  SMART is a great place to work […]

County and Local Officials Learn About Human Trafficking Prevention

September 5th 2018

County and Local Officials Learn About Human Trafficking Prevention (Sam Gurwin, Sept. 5, 2018) Farmington Hills, MI- Theresa Rich & Samantha Steckloff of the Farmington HIlls City Council were sparked to educate the public on the local level on the challenge of stopping Human Trafficking after they attended a panel on the subject and noticed […]

Madison Heights Moving to Regulate Hotels in Hopes of Reducing Crime

September 4th 2018

Madison Heights Moving to Regulate Hotels in Hopes of Reducing Crime (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 4, 2018) Madison Heights, MI- The City of Madison Heights is in the process of adopting a new section in their Code of Ordinances that would regulate hotels in the city and give them the power to shut down those […]