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Patrons, students applaud orchestral programs...

Playing the classics

DETROIT — Patrons, students applaud orchestral programs for musical youths

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Berkley library makes use of buttons meant fo...

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BERKLEY — Local library makes use of buttons meant for California library with similar name

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Ferndale author to share debut novel with co...

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FERNDALE — Local author to share debut novel with community at Ferndale library

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SCS police looking for armed robber

SCS police looking for armed robber

St. Clair Shores Police are looking for at least one man responsible for robbing a man when he returned to his home on Alexander Street March 3.

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Volunteers shovel snow at bus stops

Volunteers shovel snow at bus stops

MADISON HEIGHTS — Winter has been unkind to those who rely on public transportation in Madison Heights. Piles of compacted snow and ice have been blocking access to bus stops, putting users in a difficult situation.

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‘She is the one person who deserves...

‘She is the one person who deserves our support’

SHELBY TOWNSHIP/UTICA — Community rallies for 911 emergency dispatcher

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Painting the town green

Painting the town green

UTICA — Utica’s third annual Lucky Leprechaun Race will take place March 7

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Orthopedic instructional program resonates wi...

'Probably one of the best experiences I have had'

Orthopedic instructional program resonates with Berkley High School student/Huntington Woods resident

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Semrau family honored for 99 years of busi...

'Even when you’re gone, the memories are still going to last on'

EASTPOINTE — Semrau family honored for 99 years of business

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Public access TV showcases local celeb...

On air

OAKLAND COUNTY — Public access TV showcases local celebrities, broad viewpoints

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Police apprehend bank robbery sus...

Grosse Pointe Woods March 5, 2015

Police apprehend bank robbery suspect

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — A Grosse Pointe Farms resident faces a bank robbery charge after he was apprehended following a collaborative law enforcement investigation.  That investigation involved the ...Read More

Ferndale March 5, 2015

Ferndale police look to institute diversity programs following ACLU investigation

FERNDALE — Diversity awareness in police work is crucial, Ferndale Police Chief Timothy Collins said, and he wants to make sure his department is as well-prepared as possible when heading out into the ...Read More

Roseville March 4, 2015

Rep. says pediatrician case shows need for civil rights protection

ROSEVILLE — After a Roseville-based pediatrician turned away a lesbian couple and their baby last October, state Rep. John Chirkun, D-Roseville, said that the incident showed how important it is for the state to expand ...Read More

Volunteers shovel snow at bus stops

Madison Heights March 4, 2015

Volunteers shovel snow at bus stops

MADISON HEIGHTS — Winter has been unkind to those who rely on public transportation in Madison Heights. Piles of compacted snow and ice have been blocking access to bus stops, putting users in a difficult ...Read More

Berkley February 25, 2015

Voters to consider $58.9 million school district bond in May

BERKLEY — The Berkley school board approved ballot language during its Feb. 9 meeting that will see the Berkley School District asking residents during the May 5 election to approve a $58.9 million bond to make several ...Read More

Woodward, I-696 plans call for closing...

Pleasant Ridge February 25, 2015

Woodward, I-696 plans call for closing lanes, filling in underpass

FERNDALE — After nearly a yearlong search, Affirmations, a nonprofit community center in Ferndale that serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, has hired a new executive director. ...Read More

Roseville February 25, 2015

Roseville-based charity receives $10,000 in contest

ROSEVILLE — The local nonprofit Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team has received $10,000 from Motown Soup’s “Crock the Vote” contest. Motown Soup had 20 regional nonprofit organizations apply for the funding, then had those organizations solicit support from the general public, according to Ken Lampar, MCREST development director. ...Read More

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