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Ferndale, HP, and MH Court Amnesty Period Goes through April 9

March 29th 2021

Chief Judge Joseph Longo has instituted this Amnesty Program to encourage individuals to clear up any delinquent payable citations.

Ferndale Library Phases Out Late Fines for Majority of Circulating Items

October 14th 2019

The timely return of the newest materials in the adult collection will still be enforced to assure equitable access to popular titles for Ferndale’s cardholders, but no fines will be assessed for the majority of items currently available on the library’s shelves.

Como’s Liquor License Reinstated

December 28th 2015

Como’s Liquor License Reinstated (Crystal Proxmire, Dec. 28, 2015) Ferndale, MI – After a state-mandated break from selling booze, Como’s restaurant has gotten their liquor license reinstated. The restaurant, located at the corner of 9 Mile and Woodward, had gotten into hot water after serving alcohol to a 19-year-old in a test by police, and […]

Bounced Check and Failed Test May Explain Como’s License Suspension

December 23rd 2015

Bounced Check and Failed Test May Explain Como’s License Suspension (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 23, 2015) A bright orange sign is posted on the doorway to Como’s Restaurant on Woodward Ave in Ferndale, announcing that their liquor license has been suspended for 50 days. The sign is put behind blurry glass, so if the reason […]

Ferndale Public Library to Begin Using Collection Agency

January 23rd 2013

This new policy was developed with fairness to all library patrons in mind. Materials not returned are not available for others to use or borrow. Also, if materials are not returned, in most cases, money from the library budget is used to replace them. This same money could much better be used to purchase new items for patron use instead of replacing non-returned items.