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August 28, 2014

Huntington Woods

Commission rescinds tree protection ordinance to delight of residents

HUNTINGTON WOODS — Despite rejecting a petition that was signed by more than 500 residents to repeal a newly implemented tree protection ordinance, the Huntington Woods City Commission decided to rescind the ordinance ...Read More

August 27, 2014


Applefest returns for 22nd year with craft beer

Applefest returns for 22nd year with craft beerUTICA — St. Lawrence Parish’s annual fundraiser and family fun celebration will return to the city of Utica with a new addition — a tiki bar in the main tent featuring craft beer from the Rochester Brewing Co. ...Read More

August 26, 2014


Police unveil crackdown on drunken driving and seat belts

ROSEVILLE — Law enforcement statewide is cracking down on drunken driving and those driving without seat belts through Labor Day, and both Roseville and Eastpointe’s police departments have signed on to the ...Read More

August 21, 2014

Metro Detroit

Filmmaker chronicles young woman’s cancer fight and legacy

Filmmaker chronicles young woman’s cancer fight and legacyMETRO DETROIT — He promised the dying young woman he would get her to the ocean so that her ashes could travel the globe as she never would, and on July 26, filmmaker Keith Famie kept that promise.Joined by several of ...Read More

August 20, 2014

Huntington Woods

City rejects residents’ petition, may still repeal tree protection ordinance

HUNTINGTON WOODS — When the Huntington Woods City Commission adopted a tree protection ordinance during the July commission meeting, it did so to protect the character of the community and historic trees.Many ...Read More

August 19, 2014

Metro Detroit

Local experts share insight on flood safety, prevention tips

METRO DETROIT — A flood can develop quickly, as the metro Detroit region recently discovered following record-breaking rainfall on Aug. 11. In a matter of hours — or even minutes — water can rapidly take over an area, stranding motorists, closing local roads and major freeways, and seeping into basements and businesses. ...Read More

August 18, 2014

Farmington Hills

Tony Hawk to ride through Riley Skate Park

FARMINGTON HILLS — What would cause 3,000-5,000 people decked in skateboarding finery to swarm upon Riley Skate Park Aug. 23?Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk is coming, of course.“We’re all pretty excited ...Read More

August 13, 2014

Shelby Township

Residents raise concerns about oil drilling in Shelby

Residents raise concerns about oil drilling in ShelbySHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Aug. 7, several hundred concerned residents flooded the Shelby Township municipal building’s board room for a town hall meeting to discuss and answer questions about the oil drilling underway near 25 Mile and Dequindre roads. ...Read More

August 12, 2014


Art & Apples Festival to open with Charity Preview Party

ROCHESTER — The 49th annual Art & Apples Festival — put on by the Paint Creek Center for the Arts — is still a few weeks away, but the center is giving the public a chance to get a sneak peek into this year’s festival with a kickoff charity event. ...Read More

August 6, 2014

Macomb County

Medical Examiner’s Office achieves national accreditation

MACOMB COUNTY — An issue that was a major sticking point for the Macomb County Board of Commissioners a year ago recently found resolution when the Macomb County Medical Examiner’s Office became nationally accredited. ...Read More

August 5, 2014


Troy resident celebrates 104th birthday

Troy resident celebrates 104th birthday Rosaria DeBenedetto Martinico, known as Sara, celebrated her 104th birthday July 18 with about 300 family members and friends at her Troy apartment complex, Oakland Park Towers, where she’s lived for 30 years. When she ...Read More

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August 28, 2014

Fouts urges insurance changes after flood

WARREN — Am I covered?That’s the first question many Warren residents asked after the sky opened up, the rain poured down, their basements flooded and the waters receded, leaving possessions, appliances and ...Read More

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