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Ferndale Blues Festival Off to a Soulful Start

January 29th 2019

  Ferndale Blues Festival Off to a Soulful Start (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 29, 2019) Ferndale, MI – The annual Ferndale Blues and Music Festival is off to a great start, with hundreds of people chipping in to listen to some great blues bands and support Ferndale Youth Assistance. The festival runs through Feb. 2, […]

Reporter Food: Po’ Boy and Sweet Potato Fries at Howe’s Bayou

November 22nd 2016

Reporter Food: Po’ Boy and Sweet Potato Fries at Howe’s Bayou (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 22, 2016) Ferndale, MI – It occurs to me that there are really not all that many ways to describe the taste of food.  I pretty much think everything is delicious as long as it’s not too spicy.  But hopefully […]

End of Prohibition Party Got Jugs Full of Money for Charity

December 8th 2012

The money raised goes to the Ferndale Goodfellows, a longstanding organization that helps needy families in Ferndale at Christmastime. Organized through the Ferndale Fire Department, gifts are collected or purchased for children, including toys and clothing. Families are given food, and Seniors are also presented with presents by the firemen.

4th Annual Ferndale Rotary Pancake Breakfast December 8th

December 3rd 2012

Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, 8:00 AM TO 11:00 AM

CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE

$8.00 Adults

$5.00 Children

Under 3—-FREE!

Thanks to Dino’s Lounge and Howe’s Bayou for their generous donation of food for our event!

Taste of Ferndale Delicious as Always

February 22nd 2012

Delicacies included chicken shawarma from Anita’s, macaroni and cheese with chicken from Dino’s, fish patties from Howe’s Bayou, salted caramel ice cream from Treat Dreams, and hummus and salsa from Garden Fresh

Ferndale Business Recycling Grows as New Year Begins

January 2nd 2012

The new year is off to a great start recycling-wise as SOCRRA (Southeast Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority) is working with a record number of Ferndale businesses and increasing revenue brought into the City through recycling programs.

Colette Farris spent the last two months of 2011 amping up efforts to reach the business community.