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37 Year Old Bicyclist Fatally Stuck, Farmington Hills Police Seek Suspect

September 18th 2020

The incident remains under investigation and anyone who may have been a witness is asked to contact the Farmington Hills Police Department Command Desk at 248-871-2610.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Connor Nepomuceno for Oakland County Executive

September 18th 2020

In the race for Oakland County Executive there are three candidates. 

Best Zinnia Blossom Winner Shares Love of Ferndale Garden Club

September 17th 2020

This is the third year that the Ferndale Garden Club hosted their annual Zinnia Bloom contest, featuring the brightest, biggest, and best of the club’s official flower.

Explore: A Stroll Through Hazel Park

September 16th 2020

Hazel Park, MI –  Hazel Park is a place with plenty to see, and it was a joy to get some steps in along John R., 10 Mile, and 9 Mile and some of the neighborhoods in between.

Reporter Food: Matt & Mo’s Italian Beef at Doug’s Delight

September 16th 2020

Since it’s revival it’s continued to refine their menu and business, most recently with their meaty Matt & Mo’s partnership.

Oct 1-22 – Ferndale Police Citizens Academy

September 16th 2020

In the four-week course, citizens receive hands-on information about multiple aspects of police work and law enforcement, including patrol, investigation, SWAT, policy, philosophy, and operations.

Sept. 26 – Backyard Art Fair Features Many Stops Through Ferndale

September 16th 2020

Easily traveled by foot, bike or car.

Sept. 25 – Downtown Berkley Summer Concert

September 16th 2020

The Berkley Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is hosting a pop-up concert series located off of 12 Mile Road.

Sept. 24-27 – Oak Park Garage Sale Weekend

September 16th 2020

  It’s a great day to drive around Oak Park looking for good deals.

Birmingham Museum Outdoor Presentation on Women’s Suffrage on Fridays

September 16th 2020

“We want our pop-up visitors to get a sense of the long history of the fight for women’s rights and how it fits in with what is going on today,” added Pielack. “And we want them to gain a better understanding of just how much has been accomplished by the determined women of Birmingham.”