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September 17, 2014


Rochester approves moratorium on oil drilling

ROCHESTER — The city of Rochester has joined neighboring Rochester Hills and Shelby Township in putting a temporary halt on oil and gas drilling. ...Read More

September 16, 2014

Metro Detroit

Spike in respiratory illness among Michigan children could be linked to enterovirus

METRO DETROIT — An outbreak of a respiratory virus that has sent hundreds of children to the hospital in other states has yet to make its way to Michigan, but it could just be a matter of time, according to health officials. ...Read More

September 10, 2014


Kment Elementary receives multimillion dollar grant

ROSEVILLE — The Michigan Department of Education has awarded Kment Elementary School a $4.5 million grant meant to improve student academic achievement.The School Improvement Grant provides $2 million for this first ...Read More

September 8, 2014

Royal Oak

Detroit Zoo to host animal adoption event with nearly 600 animals

Detroit Zoo to host animal adoption event with nearly 600 animals  ROYAL OAK — During the past 20 years, the Michigan Humane Society has placed more than 20,000 animals during its Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo event, which takes place twice a year at the Detroit Zoo.With the ...Read More

September 3, 2014

Grosse Pointe Park

Kercheval closure remains topic of debate

GROSSE POINTE PARK — The controversial closure of Kercheval at Wayburn is expected to be modified, although exactly how and when were still being determined at press time.While Park officials say they’ve gotten ...Read More

September 2, 2014

Oakland County

SOCRRA explains temporary halt in recycling

SOCRRA explains temporary halt in recyclingOAKLAND COUNTY — According to the Southeast Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority, in an effort to catch up with trash collection and the huge amount of refuse residents discarded after the Aug. 11 flood, SOCRRA and its participating haulers agreed to, as it says on the SOCRRA website, “commingle” recyclables and yard waste with regular trash and process everything as garbage at its facility on Coolidge Road in Troy. ...Read More

August 29, 2014

Royal Oak

Zoo begins construction on wolf habitat

Zoo begins construction on wolf habitatROYAL OAK — The Detroit Zoo announced Aug. 26 that it had started construction on a $1.4 million wolf habitat exhibit that will occupy two acres of land in the southwest corner of the zoo.The habitat is slated to open ...Read More

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 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

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September 17, 2014

Woman charged in theft from community center locker

After a rash of thefts from lockers at the Troy Community Center and a subsequent police investigation, a 23-year-old woman from Madison Heights was charged with stealing cash from a locker at the center.Jasmine Samone ...Read More

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