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Detroit Model Railroad Club Open House Nov 24, 25, & 26

November 20th 2017

Detroit Model Railroad Club Open House Nov 24, 25, & 26 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 […]

Lighthouse Food Pantry Seeks Donations

November 2nd 2017

Lighthouse Food Pantry Seeks Donations (Lighthouse, Nov. 2, 2017)   Pontiac, MI  – Lighthouse of Oakland County is experiencing one of the largest increases in demand for food they’ve seen during the back-to-school season.  “We always experience an increase in the number of children served by the food pantry during the summer months, and that […]

Oakland County African American Parent Network Conference Nov. 11

October 28th 2017

Oakland County African American Parent Network Conference Nov. 11 Join us for our first Oakland County AAPN Collaborative Family Conference! This event is open to all families building a community around student success. Parents and students Invited! We have an exciting line up to share with you … Social Media Secrets: Presented by Rasheda Williams, […]

Karen Twomey Resigns from Ferndale School Board

October 23rd 2017

Karen Twomey Resigns from Ferndale School Board (Ferndale Schools, Oct. 23, 2017) Ferndale, MI – Ferndale Schools Board of Education Secretary Ms. Karen Twomey has announced she will resign from her position on the Board effective November 21st, 2017. In her letter of resignation Ms. Twomey stated: “I joined the Board in 2008 in order to […]

Key to Success in Rain Garden & Native Landscape Design for Cities

October 23rd 2017

The Key to Success in Rain Garden and Native Landscape Design for Cities (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 23, 2017) Southfield, MI – Many communities are embracing the idea of using natural, native landscaping as a way to both beautiful their public spaces and to help reduce storm water related issues such as flooding. But what […]

Ferndale Councilperson Melanie Piana Selected Michigan Municipal League Board Vice President

September 14th 2017

Ferndale Councilperson Melanie Piana Selected Michigan Municipal League Board Vice President (Michigan Municipal League, Sept. 14, 2017) HOLLAND, Michigan – Ferndale City Councilmember Melanie Piana was selected as the 2017-18 vice president of the Michigan Municipal League Board of Trustees. Piana was named board vice president by the 19-member board during the Michigan Municipal League’s […]

Getting to Arts, Beats & Eats and Figuring Out Where to Park

August 31st 2017

Getting to Arts, Beats & Eats and Figuring Out Where to Park (Arts, Beats, and Eats, Aug. 31, 2017) Royal Oak, MI – Downtown Royal Oak is going to be crowded this Labor Day weekend- to ensure you don’t need to worry about finding a spot, Ford Arts, Beats & Eats has worked out an […]

Ferndale School District Announces Food Restrictions

August 19th 2017

Ferndale School District Announces Food Restrictions (Dania H. Bazzi, PhD, Superintendent Ferndale Schools) For the 2017-2018 school year the Ferndale Early Childhood Center, Ferndale Lower Elementary School, and Ferndale Upper Elementary School will be peanut, tree nut, and sesame restricted. Safety is the top priority of our school family.  This year we have had several […]

Hundreds Rally in Royal Oak to Support Transgender Troops

July 30th 2017

Hundreds Rally in Royal Oak to Support Transgender Troops (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 30, 2017) Royal Oak, MI – In spite of the pain that came with President Donald Trump’s Wednesday morning tweet announcing that transgender people would no longer be welcome in the military, there was an atmosphere of hope and love at a […]

Lathrup Village Terminates Contract with City Administrator Andy Potter

June 13th 2017

Lathrup Village Terminates Contract with City Administrator Andy Potter (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 12, 2017) Lathrup Village, MI – Residents and employees spilled out into the hallway at an over-capacity special meeting Monday night where Lathrup Village City Council voted unanimously to terminate the contract of City Administrator Andy Potter based on his evaluation by […]