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Pearl Lean participates in shoe recycling program

WARREN — Wanted: gently used shoes — whether men’s, women’s or children’s — for the ShoeBox Recycling program, in which Pearl Lean students in Warren Consolidated Schools are taking ...Read More



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METRO DETROIT — Local chefs share secrets for a perfectly executed Thanksgiving meal
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HOMES: What’s old can be new again
METRO DETROIT — Businesses specialize in restoring damaged antiques
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EASTPOINTE — Nuremberg Trials stenographer shares memories at military museum
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METRO DETROIT — Parks provide plenty of ways to get outside during winter months
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BLOOMFIELD HILLS — Local orphaned fawn finds her new home in Bloomfield Hills
Big, Bright Light show sets downtown Rochester ag...
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ROCHESTER — Big, Bright Light show sets downtown Rochester aglow nightly through Jan. 4
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Invasive species a fact of life in local lakes, waterways
METRO DETROIT — As trade and travel continue to globalize, the risk of nonnative plants and animals getting into local ecosystems increases.
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GROSSE POINTE FARMS — Grosse Pointe South students brings ‘Almost, Maine’ to the stage
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BERKLEY — BHS drama students to perform play centering on child abuse
De La Salle named IB World School
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WARREN — De La Salle named IB World School
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Clawson

November 24, 2014

It’s official: Hodges wins final seat on Clawson Board of Education

CLAWSON — After a nearly three-week canvassing process, Andrea Hodges is the victor of the final open seat on the Clawson Public Schools Board of Education.Hodges was one of two residents to file as a write-in ...Read More

Sports

Orchard Lake

November 22, 2014

St. Mary's headed back to D-3 state final after lopsided victory against New Boston Huron

St. Mary's headed back to D-3 state fina...DEARBORN — After a year off, the Orchard Lake St. Mary’s football team will spend the Thanksgiving weekend at its tradition stomping grounds — Ford Field.For the fifth time in the past six years, the ...Read More

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West Bloomfield

November 26, 2014

Toys, coats needed for charity campaigns

Toys, coats needed for charity campaignsWEST BLOOMFIELD —  As the holiday season draws near, the West Bloomfield Fire Department and the West Bloomfield Police Foundation are getting in the spirit through charitable endeavors. For the second year ...Read More

C & G Extra

November 25, 2014

Tricks of the turkey trade

Tricks of the turkey tradeFresh Cranberry Chutney By chef Jim Oppat • 1/2 cup dried apricots, or other dried fruit • 1 1/2 cups brown sugar • 1/2 cup golden raisins • 1 ...Read More

Homes

November 25, 2014

What’s old can be new again

What’s old can be new againA scratching pen. A spilled glass of water. A house fire. There are plenty of ways an antique piece of furniture could be damaged. Is it time for the trash heap? Local experts say no. ...Read More

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Clawson

November 25, 2014

School board member resigns after comment goes viral

Clawson Public Schools trustee Linda Grossmann submitted her resignation today after a video clip from a recent school board meeting went viral showing her remarking to “just shoot” the Kenwood Elementary School students who have food allergies. ...Read More

Bob Bashara Trial

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Medical issues again stop Bashara trial
An effort to make up for lost time in the Robert “Bob” Bashara murder trial didn’t work as planned. ...Read More

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The Lakeview Theatre
The theatre, originally located at 30609 Jefferson Avenue, was owned and operated by Mr. Raymond Jewell Francis and his wife, Eva.In the 1930s, a ticket cost 6 cents and popcorn was 5 cents. ...Read More

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