Transgender Pride in the Park in Ferndale Aug. 13

Transgender Pride in the Park in Ferndale Aug. 13 (EVENT page) Ferndale, MI – Transgender Michigan hosts this annual gathering of trans-identified, genderqueer and allied people on Aug 13 from noon to 6pm at Geary Park in Ferndale, 1198 Early Blvd, Ferndale, MI 48220 For more info go to : https://www.facebook.com/events/948186701969845/ Check out previous stories…

Ferndale Pride Doubles Down on Transgender Inclusion (video)

Ferndale Pride Doubles Down on Transgender Inclusion (video) Ferndale, MI – With flags of many color combinations fluttering around downtown along with the traditional LGBTQ rainbow ones, Ferndale Pride set a conscious scene of inclusion for many groups at the diversity-themed festival June 4. “Today we gather to celebrate being gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer,…

2016 Candidate Interview: Randy LeVasseur for State Rep. 26th District (video)

2016 Candidate Interview: Randy LeVasseur for State Rep. 26th District (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 10, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – Republican Randy LeVasseur is running for State Representative for the 26th District which is Madison Heights and Royal Oak.  He is running against Democrat Jim Ellison who is the current Mayor of Royal Oak.…

Southfield Using Cured in Place Pipe to Replace Old Water Mains, Minimize Cost & Disruption

Southfield Using Cured in Place Pipe to Replace Old Water Mains, Minimize Cost & Disruption (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 16, 2016) Southfield, MI – With the costs of failing infrastructure and matters of public health on the minds of municipal leaders, communities are on the lookout for solutions to water system issues such as deteriorating…

Ferndale Schools Celebrates Graduation Successes

Ferndale Schools Celebrates Graduation Successes (Blake Prewitt, Superintendent Ferndale Schools, June 3, 2016) Ferndale, MI –  “I care more about the people my students become than  the scores on the tests they take.”  – Anonymous It is graduation season, which is always a great time of year. I listen to the elementary teachers and principals…