Blog Archives

Ferndale Welcomes Elementary “Roomies” to In Person Learning

March 5th 2021

We’re so happy to share with you a few faces enthusiastic about learning with their Ferndale Family.

Ferndale Students May Do In Person Learning or Continue Remotely

February 6th 2021

“For the students that come back it’s still not going to be a traditional classroom experience of what they’re used to,” Good said. 

Ferndale Schools MLK Peace Walk Tradition Marches On

January 27th 2021

The families held signs and marched around the building and down the block to celebrate peaceful protest, solidarity, and racial justice.

Jan. 7 – Ferndale Library Hosts “Michigan’s Winter Playground”

January 1st 2021

Dianna Stampfler hosts a presentation on all of the many outdoor winter activities that are within driving distance for any Michigander.

Housing Needs & Placemaking at Forefront of 8 Mile & Woodward Collaborations

August 6th 2020

“We’re trying to build something here that lasts, that is consistent, and that will be effective in responding to the actual conditions.”

Video Interviews with Candidates for Ferndale City Council 2 Year Term

October 22nd 2019

Rolanda Kelley, Laura Mikulski, Maryanne Wessels, and Dennis G. Whitttie are vying for that position.

Fire Destroys Fitness Center/Warehouse in Oak Park

May 28th 2019

Fire Destroys Fitness Center/Warehouse in Oak Park (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 28, 2019) Oak Park, MI – A fire broke out Tuesday evening at a building that appears to house a fitness studio and a vinyl wrap warehouse.   13321 Northend Avenue, Oak Park, MI is listed as the address for Performance 80 Fitness Studio, and […]

Ferndale Makes Joe Gacioch City Manager

May 2nd 2019

Ferndale Makes Joe Gacioch City Manager (City of Ferndale, May 2, 2019) Ferndale, MI—The City of Ferndale is pleased to announce that Interim City Manager Joseph Gacioch has been offered the position permanently after City Council unanimously voted to name him as Ferndale’s new City Manager. “Joe’s deep knowledge of Ferndale government operations and our […]

Several Pull Petitions in Ferndale, Still Time to Run for Mayor or Council

April 29th 2019

Several Pull Petitions in Ferndale, Still Time to Run for Mayor or Council (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 29, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Since Ferndale Mayor Dave Coulter announced that he would not be running for another term, the Ferndale community has been abuzz with speculation about who will be running for the Mayor’s seat and […]

Local Officials and Admins Gather in Lansing for Michigan Municipal League Capital Conference

March 21st 2019

Local Officials and Admins Gather in Lansing for Michigan Municipal League Capital Conference (C. Proxmire, March 21, 2019) Lansing, MI- Officials and city administrators from across the state gathered in Lansing this week for the Michigan Municipal League Capital Conference. MML provides educational and networking opportunities, including classes on topics that are important to local […]