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Due to apparent inconsistencies, The Ferndale 115 News decided to look further into the claim of the cancellation happening on October 1st. To begin with, Meier cited The November 3rd article as “the final straw.” Secondly, Warnick campaigned throughout the month of October on the benefits of the contract, and never once mentioned the cancellation at the Policy meeting or Board meetings that took place in October.
A common New Year’s Resolution is to simplify life and reduce clutter. It’s one of those things that is easier said than done. But for folks in the Ferndale area, there is help.
Recently four area life coaches held a “The Art of Getting Dressed Made Easy” workshop at the Ferndale Public Library. Each presenter has a slightly differently specialty, but all can help add clarity to your life and to your closet.
The answer is community-funded news, with small-priced ads so multiple individuals (readers) can give their support.
That’s why we are asking for any reader who is able, to please purchase a $15 Thank You ad. These ads are custom-designed with your name on them, and they are featured in an article, on our Thank You page, and on our Facebook page.
On 12/29/12, Ferndale police responded to the McDonalds at 22525 Woodward on report of a man who exposed himself to a woman. Upon arrival the officers met with the complainant, a 24 year old woman. She said that while going through the drive-thru line she was approached…
Viewing is at Haley’s Funeral Home, 24 524 Northwestern Highway, Southfield. 248 356-4800. Visitation is Sunday from 2-7 and the Funeral is Monday at First Baptist Church in Detroit.
2012 Thank You Ads Retired
In 2012 The Ferndale 115 News began raising money through the sale of $15 Thank You Ads. The ads below are being retired to make room for 2013. To start of f the year we have a very ambitious goal of selling 100 Thank You ads by the end of February so that Editor & Publisher Crystal Proxmire can go to the Media Reform Conference in April.
Sledding at Martin Road Hill is a time-honored tradition in Ferndale, enjoyable by children and adults. The snow and sunshine made for a perfect sledding day on Dec. 27, with many kids home on vacation from school.
It’s snowing in Ferndale! That means time for sledding and warm fuzzy sweaters. But it also means time to be responsible neighbors. Here is what you need to know when it snows.
The Friends of the Library Bookstore inside the Ferndale Public Library not just a place to get gently used books from multiple genres for prices that are typically just 50 cents to $2.
It’s also a funding mechanism for things like
VanDyke is upset about the Red Ram’s departure, stating in his Vimeo video “They’ve taken it upon themselves to determine what is and what isn’t socially acceptable as art…Although some feel the Red Ram is the sign of the apocalypse…
Each December, The Ferndale Beautification Commission takes nominations and selects the winners of the Holiday Light Awards. One winner from each quadrant of the city is selected, plus one business. Earlier this week Beautification Commission Chairperson Peggy Snow delivered letters to the homeowners and invited them to the first City Council meeting in January, where they will be presented with their certificates.
Owners Robbin Yelverton and Jerome Raska have shared the following tips to help make holiday floral orders as simple as possible:
“If I could say anything it would be: To the vandals, I hope you got something out of it and it made you happy to try to ruin our spirit. But guess what? You didn’t. Upset? Yes, ruin our Xmas? Nope!”
Joseph Gacioch, Project & Grant Coordinator has worked with Artemis Technologies and Skidmore Studios to develop a new website that would be “audience centric, minimalistic, efficient, and modern in design and function,” according to the presentation to City Council on Dec. 17, 2012.
the Oakland County Board of Commissioners recognize and salute Jack and Annette Aronson for promoting Michigan business, for supporting our local economy, for generous giving to charities, for creating healthy new products and for providing jobs for hundreds of our residents in the greatest traditions of the American entrepreneurial spirit and philanthropy.
A rear-ending chain reaction happened on W. 9 Mile near Liverniois at about noon on Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012. It appeared that none of the occupants were severely hurt. Christine Ordell Stokes captured the image of the three-car pileup just after police and fire arrived on the scene.