Both women carved out their own paths by pushing themselves to be bold.
The thrill of racing is coming to Ferndale, but of course with a Ferndale twist
She was among dozens of pooches enjoying Super Bowl Sunday in a family-friendly way – with costumes, tricks, confidence-building and prizes.
The Royal Oak resident decided to turn her experience into a way to help mothers – especially those of color – and families get the benefits they need in order to have healthy families.
Because the fox was on an extended stay, the courtyard was closed to students and staff who can traverse it,
“I am honored to join the Broncho family and to work with our students, staff and families to promote a culture of kindness, compassion and respect.”
Subject Matter Experts, including Sheriff Bouchard, have been appointed to develop recommendations on these various topics…
On the weekends there’s a line out the door for this cozy little spot.
The MOU is designed to help ensure that those in the LGBTQ community receive the necessary support when they are victims of crime.
First interviews will be conducted on Saturday, Feb. 22 starting at 9:00 a.m. in the Royal Oak City Hall commission chambers
Detectives recovered the item purchased, an air soft pistol, the clothes worn during the robbery, and $433 of the $500 originally taken.
Southbound Woodward Avenue is closed near West Hazelhurst Street in Ferndale Tuesday night after a 40 year old female was struck by a vehicle while reportedly attempting to cross Woodward.
Nicole Edwards-Rankin resigned from two positions last week after debate arose over whether her appointments to the Historical Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals violated Village of Holly Charter’s nepotism clause
This Irish bar has plenty of drinks, TVs, and a menu full of bar food for their hungry guests.
“We are heartbroken over the death of Ms. Lackamp,” said Ferndale Police Chief Vincent Palazzolo in a statement. “We hold the driver of the fleeing vehicle one-hundred percent responsible for this incident…
“If we want to have a say in shaping our communities it’s important to play a part in that.”
Officers set up an area perimeter and discovered this incident originated from a large party taking place at a home on the 400 block of Pingree.
The other day I had meetings in West Bloomfield, and decided to enjoy a luxurious lunch at Ciao Italian Bistro and Wine Bar.
The driver of the fleeing vehicle ran from the crash scene and was quickly arrested by a Michigan State Police trooper a short distance away.
Here are some suggestions of how to work Random Acts of Kindness into your days: