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UHS Info Session Announced, Friends of UHS Forming

March 15th 2012

Among their many accomplishments since UHS opened in 2004, students have won Robotics competition trophies, participated in an award-winning Innovative Vehicle Design (IVD) competitions through the Convergence Education Foundation, and recently received state and national recognition for DECA marketing club competitions.

Author’s Ferndale Based Mystery Launched at Lawrence Street Gallery

February 2nd 2012

Levin’s book signing was held at Lawrence Street Gallery (22620 Woodward), a place that is also mentioned in the book. (see video below).

Rev. Lynch comes out of retirement to shepherd MCCD

February 2nd 2012

The Metropolitan Community Church of Detroit is ready to move forward with the appointment of Interim Pastor Rev. Jim Lynch. The 63 year-old Lynch has served as interim pastor for other congregations and has worked in Michigan, Florida and Illinois to make sure that MCC churches have strong transitional leadership.

Kate Baker Ends Term on Council

December 22nd 2011

Baker’s last City Council meeting was Dec. 19, 2011. In her four years on City Council, Baker was involved in many aspects of the Ferndale life and politics

Chief Kitchen: Flying High and Laying Low in Retirement

November 26th 2011

As retired Ferndale Police Chief Michael Kitchen and his wife Meri prepared to head south to Florida for the winter, the 56 year old life-long Ferndale resident sat down with The Ferndale 115 News to talk about his years in the department and his views about how the City has changed.

Growthbusters Documentary, Thursday at Library

November 16th 2011

On Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 7:00 pm the Transition Ferndale Third Thursday Video at The Ferndale Public Library (222 E. 9 Mile) will be Growthbusters, a documentary about Dave Gardner’s campaign for city council as a candidate opposed to furthering growth.

Veteran’s Day Observance & Oakland County Veteran’s Fair

November 10th 2011

Veteran’s Day is Nov. 11, 2011 and The City of Ferndale will hold its annual observance at 11 a.m., at the Memorial Mall located on Livernois, one block south of 9 Mile Rd….On Saturday, November 12, 2011, a special Veterans Fair will be held from 10 am-3 pm, at Oakland Schools, located at 2111 Pontiac Lake Road in Waterford, Michigan.

Leaky Roof Destroys 500 Coats for Kids, Dino’s Steps In

October 30th 2011

Dino’s Restaurant & Lounge, located at 22740 Woodward Avenue in Ferndale, Michigan, will park their catering truck in front of the restaurant in attempt to fill it with new or gently used coats sized (boys and girls) small-XXL, to replace 500 coats that were destroyed when water came through a damaged roof and settled on this year’s supply of coats that were slated to be given to children who are housed at Oakland County Children’s Village shelter “Mandy’s Place.”

Coming Out for Equality

October 19th 2011

Judy Lewis of the Jewish Gay Network has a vision of unity in the LGBT community. She and representatives of over 30 organizations hosted a large Coming Out for Equality Event on Oct 11 at Level One Bank in Ferndale.

Career Center Workshop Can Help Felons Find Jobs

October 5th 2011

“Once you check that box, it doesn’t matter how long it’s been.” The biggest fear of many with a criminal record is that once they admit having been convicted of a crime they are automatically over-looked as potential employees. “I’ve been free for twenty years, and I’ve done my best to be a good citizen. I coach sports. I have a family. I work hard. But it doesn’t matter. If there is a stack of people to choose from, why pick someone with a record?”