Pride is an amazing time when everybody can just relax and enjoy
Michael Hennes of Howe’s Bayou and Rifino Valentine of Valentine Distilling have retained Varnum LLP to sue the City and the developer to stop the project based on the removal of parking they expect to impact their businesses
The survey will help local officials determine where infrastructure and service must be improved to meet the modern needs of residents.
If you have a complaint regarding tickets you purchased online, please contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Team
The Ferndale Garden Club meetings are open to the public and free to attend.
Free and open to all skill levels; registration is required.
The Ferndale Area District Library is asking the public to help purchase more LGBTQ+ books for their collection after…
Instructions on how to become a Women Build team member in Oakland County can be found on the Women Build page on the organization’s website.
We’ll display everyone’s artwork, gallery style, provide refreshments and live music, and basically just shine the spotlight on our talented patrons all night long!
Prom ReDeux is Affirmations’ first ever Pride Prom for adults.
Pokémon Club is a place to gather, learn, and have fun talking about Pokémon video games, cards, books, shows, and more!
These free, all-ages concerts are a great way for music fans to enjoy a nice summer evening
We’ll start the movie as soon as it’s dark enough outside
Last summer, seven of Mr Blatt’s 6th grade students read the manuscript for Jack Cheng’s forthcoming YA novel, The Many Masks of Andy Zhou.
May 30 is the second Ozone Action day of the year for Southeast Michigan.
“The people that are coming out are excited, they’ve buying plants, they’re buying flowers, and supporting local businesses,” he said.
Ferndale Beautification Award Nominations are OPEN!
The Census Bureau has just released 2022 population estimates for all cities, villages, towns and townships across the country.
Michigan is showing the world you can lead with your values and be economically strong and be a state that actually fights for people’s freedoms,” Whitmer said.
The judging panel was comprised of experts in historic preservation and economic development.