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October 22, 2014

Oakland Township

Appraise your antiques

OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — For those who suspect their vintage jewelry or modern art may be valuable, the Oakland Township Historical Society aims to help solve the mystery. The society will host its annual antique appraisal day noon-4 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Rochester Community House. ...Read More

October 20, 2014

Royal Oak

Royal Oak residents face potential $5 million annual road tax in November

ROYAL OAK — Royal Oak residents must decide in November the dollar value they place on city roads.Voters will be asked Nov. 4 if they would approve an amendment to the City Charter allowing the City to levy a tax of ...Read More

October 15, 2014


Residents to vote on marijuana proposals in November election

BERKLEY — During the summer, Oak Park resident Andrew Cissell took to the streets in Berkley, Huntington Woods and Pleasant Ridge in hopes of collecting enough resident signatures to turn in a petition that would ...Read More

October 14, 2014

Macomb County

Reluctantly, Macomb County joins new regional water authority

MACOMB COUNTY — After weeks of debate and discussion, Macomb County became the fourth and final municipality to join the new Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) on Oct. 9, just ahead of a court-mandated deadline. ...Read More

October 9, 2014

Metro Detroit

U.S. Supreme Court decision may pave way for same-sex marriage in Michigan

METRO DETROIT — The highest court of the land has denied review in all of the marriage equality cases pending before it, meaning same-sex couples in Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin are now free to marry. Same-sex marriage is now lawful in 30 states. This comes at a time when Michigan’s own same-sex marriage case is pending in the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, alongside similar cases out of Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. ...Read More

October 8, 2014


ACLU asks Ferndale police to investigate possible racial profiling

FERNDALE — The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan has urged the Ferndale Police Department to hire an independent firm to investigate possible racial profiling after the ACLU received statistics that indicated ...Read More

October 2, 2014

Madison Heights

Cat comes back after year and a half, disappears again

Cat comes back after year and a half, disappears againMADISON HIGHTS — LouLee doesn’t look like your average cat. The domestic shorthair has no tail. He’s a polydactyl, with 23 toes instead of 18. He’s black and white, and now his family hopes someone has seen him because he’s gone missing — for the second time in as many years. ...Read More

October 1, 2014

Huntington Woods

Huntington Woods teen, family walk to raise diabetes money, awareness

Huntington Woods teen, family walk to raise diabetes money, awarenessHUNTINGTON WOODS — If not for a last-minute decision to take her daughter to the doctor’s office before she left for camp two years ago, Huntington Woods resident Lisa Knoll might have lost her daughter, Hannah, ...Read More

September 30, 2014

Metro Detroit

CDC testing confirms three enterovirus D-68 cases in Michigan

METRO DETROIT — Three cases of a respiratory virus that has sent thousands of children to the hospital in other states have been confirmed in Michigan. ...Read More

September 24, 2014


Bikers rev it up for veterans

WARREN — Their hearts are as big as their Harleys. In March of this year, local police officers, firefighters and military veterans who own their own motorcycles formed a Michigan chapter of the international Punishers Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. Their goal: to assist disabled veterans. ...Read More

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October 23, 2014

WWT student charged with felony after Twitter threats

WARREN — A 16-year-old Warren Woods Tower High School junior is facing a 20-year felony after he was charged Oct. 21 at the Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center in Mount Clemens with one count of a false report or threat of terrorism, according to police. ...Read More

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