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NCRC#1: Diversity and Prosperity Integrate Well in Oak Park, Illinois

March 29th 2015

NCRC#1: Diversity and Prosperity Integrate Well in Oak Park, Illinois (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 24, 2015) This is part of our series of stories from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition Conference in Washington DC from March 25-28, 2015. Learn more at www.ncrc.org. As part of the National Coalition Reinvestment Coalitions Annual Conference in Washington DC, […]

Divorce and Families pt 3 of 4: How Do Tweens React to Divorce?

March 29th 2015

Divorce and Families pt 3 of 4: How Do Tweens React to Divorce? (Guest Series Part 1 of 4, Lisa Schmidt, Schmidt Law Services, March 29, 2015)   How Do Tweens React to Divorce? Later elementary aged children or “Tweens” pose special problems for parents going through divorce. This third in a four part series will […]

Divorce and Families pt 2 of 4: How do Elementary Age Children React to Divorce?

March 25th 2015

Divorce and Families pt 2 of 4:  How do Elementary Age Children React to Divorce? (Guest Series Part 1 of 4, Lisa Schmidt, Schmidt Law Services, March 25, 2015)   Divorce can be hard on children at any age. But for elementary age children, the process can cause developmental delays and significant emotional distress. This […]

Creating a Vision Statement that Balances your Life and Business

March 24th 2015

Creating a Vision Statement that Balances your Life and Business (Frank Lanzkron-Tamarazo, Chazzano Coffee, March 24, 2015) My wife, Lisa, and I made a mistake. We should have involved her in the business from the beginning instead of allowing her to spend more time with the kids. That’s a difficult thing to say out loud because […]

Ferndale School Board Votes for a Unified Elementary Program

March 17th 2015

Ferndale School Board Votes for a Unified Elementary Program (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 17, 2015) Parent after parent came forward, some with shaky voices and even tears, to share their views on what should be the future of Ferndale Schools. Monday night’s school board meeting was the culmination of two months’ worth of intense debate […]

Haven Establishes Foundation To Fund Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention, & Treatment Programs

March 7th 2015

Haven Establishes Foundation To Fund Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention, & Treatment Programs (HAVEN Press Release, March 7, 2015) HAVEN, Oakland County’s center for the treatment and prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault, now in its 40th year of supporting and empowering survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, has established an IRS-approved […]

Jewish Federation Lets Oak Park JCC Go, Seeks New Operators

March 6th 2015

Jewish Federation Lets Oak Park JCC Go, Seeks New Operators (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 6, 2015) The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit has made the decision to close the Oak Park Jewish Community Center. The doors will close Aug. 31, unless new management is found.  The Center sits in a location central to several synagogues […]

Ferndale Council to Vote on Continuing 3-60 Agreement

March 6th 2015

Ferndale Council to Vote on Continuing 3-60 Agreement (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 6, 2015) On Monday the 3-60 Project comes before City Council again.  This time  council members will have to decide if they want to continue discussions with developer Jake Sigal on the proposed project to add mixed use development to two city-owned parking […]

Royal Oak Commissioners Fournier and DuBuc Announce Re-Election Campaigns

March 3rd 2015

Royal Oak Commissioners Fournier and DuBuc Announce Re-Election Campaigns (Fournier and DuBuc Press Release, March 3, 2015) The 2015 city elections got under way today when incumbent Commissioners Mike Fournier and Kyle DuBuc pulled petitions from the clerk’s office and each officially announced his intent to run for reelection. Candidates interested in running for a […]

Royal Oak Encourages Snow Removal with Video, Contemplating Ordinance (video)

February 24th 2015

Royal Oak Encourages Snow Removal with Video, Contemplating Ordinance (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 25, 2015) The City of Royal Oak has made a public service announcement encouraging residents and business owners to shovel the snow and ice from their sidewalks. However, there is no ordinance requiring them to do so. The video shows a […]