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Presentation: Rain Water Mgmt. on Private Property Nov. 30

November 14th 2017

Presentation: Rain Water Mgmt. on Private Property Nov. 30 Berkley, MI – On November 30, 2017, the City of Berkley is hosting an informational event to help residents and home owners  manage rain water on private property.  The event will be held at 6:30 PM at the Berkley Public Library, 3155 Coolidge Hwy. Christine Scott, […]

Berkley Announces Next Steps in Flooding Discussions

September 13th 2017

Berkley Announces Next Steps in Flooding Discussions (City of Berkley, Sept. 13, 2018) Berkley, MI – The City of Berkley released the following press release on Wednesday, Sept. 13 in regard to recent flooding of basements: “On September 7, the Berkley City Council, Water Resource Commissioner Jim Nash, and city and county staff met with […]

Floods, Basements, Power Lines & Other Rainy Day Concerns Addressed

October 28th 2015

Floods, Basements, Power Lines & Other Rainy Day Concerns Addressed (City of Ferndale Press Release, Oct. 28, 2015)   Metro Detroit’s spring and summer rainy season can cause a lot of concern among residents, particularly after last August’s catastrophic flood. Though Ferndale and surrounding communities have seen several significant rainfalls this season, the news so […]

Rainboots at Stella

December 4th 2011

Who knows when the snow is coming, but one thing we’re getting a lot of is rain. Fortunately those who want to keep their feet dry have an inexpensive and fashionable option thanks to Stella (263 West 9 Mile) in Downtown Ferndale.

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.”