Sept 8 – Hazel Park Nighttime Farmers Market Hazel Park, MI – Wednesday’s September 8th Hazel Park Farmers Market. from 6-10PM in the vacant lot next to 425 West 9 Mile Road Hazel Park, to benefit The Marigold Project and the Michigan Urban Farmers Initiative Live Music by Marbresa Venders; Dumplings by Yuen, Cannabis Nurse;CathleenGraham, Zurenko’s…
Services will include $10 vaccinations for dogs and cats, $20 microchips, $20 heartworm tests and other preventative treatments including flea prevention and dewormer.
As you walk through our self-guided exhibit of exclusive oral histories, paired with vibrant archival photos, documents, and other glimpses into the past, you’ll have a chance to see the vibrant and storied history of Detroit from a whole new angle.
Staging for the parade starts at 4:30pm. The tailgate party begins in the FHS parking lot at 5pm. The football game begins at 7pm.
On select Fridays, Hazel Park’s Viking Ice Arena will host free open skating from 4-5pm.
…they had no idea that just minutes later they would be going to the hospital instead of school.
The area is designed to be easily closed off for events, like Broadway in the Burbs, which featured a live performance by Michigan Stage, a live painting demonstration, and booths for sharing city information.
Designs range from the abstract to the painterly and come in a variety of color palettes to compliment your wardrobe.
“With this ongoing heat wave compounded by air quality issues, we encourage everyone to take care this weekend.”
And now that we’ve posted our 650th interview, it seems like a good time to celebrate and reflect.
“These are the things that protect and support our residents, business owners, and visitors in our community and make us pioneers within the region.”
The Board of Education is now seeking applications to fill his position and serve until the certification of the next general election in November of 2022.
The Ferlito Group is considering the 1111 W. 9 Mile site, and presented only preliminary concepts to the commission for feedback before investing in more in-depth plans.
Pavement and barrier wall repair will begin this weekend.
Operating with a walk-up window since the pandemic, The Red Hook remains a popular spot for customers to grab coffee and baked goods in Downtown Ferndale.
Projects are typically selected based on a detailed, computerized road-assessment program combined with engineers’ analysis and a review of safety data. The decisions are often made years before construction begins because of funding requirements.
Both utilities have been working around the clock to restore power, but many customers have now gone several days without during hot and humid weather.
O’Donnell joined the board as part of a slate of “BOLD” candidates – Amy Butters, Jim O’Donnell, Raylon Leaks-May, and Kevin Deegan-Krause who campaigned on a promise of change.
Here is what Oakland County’s road commissioners wrote in 1926…
The items reflect the journey of the community throughout Michigan,