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Plumbing Issues Close Ferndale Public Library, Reopening Tomorrow

December 15th 2011

The Ferndale Public Library is closed while a crew of workers makes repairs to the Library’s plumbing system. Library Director Kate Pohjola said that an official statement will be released later this afternoon updating the press and the public about what happened.

FESC’s Green Tips for December

December 14th 2011

Former Ferndale Mayor and current County Commissioner Craig Covey delivered the Ferndale Environmental Sustainability Commission’s (FESC) Green Tips to the public and City Council on Dec. 12, 2011.

Videos Show Ferndale’s Winter Fun

December 14th 2011

This month has been chock full of winter activities, with more still to come. The Ferndale 115 News and Keith Dalton of The Dalton Group are among those who have been documenting the fun. Check out the videos below to see some of the fabulous events we’ve experienced.

Nail Necessities: Lessons from a First Time Manicure

December 14th 2011

Rouge offers manicures and pedicures, which include plenty of pampering and care. They also have gift certificates. Appointments can be made for individuals, or groups can come in for small pedicure parties. There is also make-up by Eve Organics, eyebrow tweezing, and jewelry available for sale.

Wrap Up Your Holiday Shopping w/ Merry Midnight Madness!

December 14th 2011

Downtown Ferndale businesses will be open late this Third Thursday, December 15 for Merry Midnight Madness. Take advantage of the late night shopping opportunity by taking advantage of the coupons below. In addition to late night shopping, gift givers can have their purchases wrapped by the Relay-for-Life team, stationed at Rosie O’Grady’s.

Ms. Jillean & Joe Reilly, Winter Solstice at FPL

December 14th 2011

Parents and kids have been clamoring for Reilly to come back and on Tuesday, Dec. 20, their wish will come true. To celebrate winter, Reilly and the Ferndale Public Library’s Head of Youth Services, Jillean McCommons (better known to the kids as Ms. Jillean) will host a night of music, stories, crafts and snacks. No registration is required and all ages are welcome.

Victim Still in Hospital, Shooter Still at Large

December 13th 2011

The shooter is still at large. Lt. William Wilson released the following description:

State Considers Adding Barriers to Voting

December 13th 2011

The bill, Senate Bill 754, can be read in its entirety at

Council Votes to Oppose Redistricting Bill

December 13th 2011

Therefore Be it Resolved that this City Council in the strongest terms vigorously opposes this last minute partisan attempt to impose new state rules on our county that removes local control, negates the actions of county voters, forces a new system of redistricting without our consent and places the ability of drawing new county commission lines in the very hands of the current sitting majority county commissioners which is unfair, unethical, and possibly illegal, and we call on the Michigan Senate and the Governor of the State of Michigan to oppose this bill.”

Traffic Study Done, Recommendations Presented & Accepted

December 12th 2011

TIA presented the results of those studies, along with others for Nine and Woodward and also West Nine Mile, at the Dec. 12, 2011 City Council Meeting. Based on TIA’s findings, the DDA is recommending the following: