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Recycled art turns heads

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — With increased promotion and more options to enter, the Solid Waste and Recycling Committee’s third annual recycled art contest grew by leaps and bounds.More than 600 people voted for 27 unique ...Read More

Local leaders celebrate river’s new kaya...
Making a splash
STERLING HEIGHTS — Macomb County officials were ready to let the good times row in Sterling Heights as they dedicated a new paddle landing for kayaks and canoes along the Clinton River.
Temporary speed tables at roundabout cause ...
Temporary speed tables at roundabout cause commotion
WEST BLOOMFIELD — West Bloomfield residents and township officials expressed concern about the ramped platforms installed at Maple and Farmington roads
After floodwater recedes, community rises
Neighbors helping neighbors
ROYAL OAK/CLAWSON — Local residents help each other with clean-up efforts following flood.
Detroit Jazz Festival offers new takes on legendary...
Making new arrangements
Detroit Jazz Festival offers new takes on legendary jazz works, artists
Troy resident's duck decoys win awards
Ducking out
TROY — Troy resident Robert Gohl, 52, is on a winning streak with his hand-carved and hand-painted duck decoys.
One last stroll through the garden
One last stroll through the garden
BLOOMFIELD HILLS — Cranbrook House and Gardens closes out summer with member garden tour
WWTHS students ‘Make It Work’
'It feels good because you made it.'
WARREN — WWTHS students ‘Make It Work’
Recycled art turns heads
Recycled art turns heads
SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Third annual ‘trashy treasures’ contest exceeds expectations
It’s ‘Game on’ at Marvin’s
It’s ‘Game on’ at Marvin’s
FARMINGTON HILLS — Warren Woods students visit Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum
Grosse Pointers happy to be taken for this r...
Grosse Pointers happy to be taken for this ride
GROSSE POINTES — Trolley transports riders along Kercheval on Friday, Saturday nights
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Metro Detroit

August 21, 2014

Filmmaker chronicles young woman’s cancer fight and legacy

Filmmaker chronicles young woman’s cancer f...METRO 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

Flood updates


August 22, 2014

Councilman floats flood assistance loan plan

WARREN — Talk about rainy days.Warren got one and then some Aug. 11, when more than 5 inches of water fell from the sky and flooded basements, swamped cars, closed roads and left residents stranded.City Council ...Read More


Grosse Pointe Farms

August 20, 2014

LPGA pros to highlight Turning Point Invitational

LPGA pros to highlight Turning Po...GROSSE POINTE FARMS — It’s been 10 years since Arnold Palmer and a host of PGA professionals played in the inaugural Turning Point Invitational.This August, it will be the women of the LPGA who take to the ...Read More

Cruisin' season

Cruise fun for all, including local charities
The Harper Charity Cruise will rev into St. Clair Shores from 5-9 p.m. Aug. 27, bringing classic cars, fun parties and visitors to the east side. ...Read More
• WDC celebrates 20 years with large crowds, good weather ...Story
• Instead of avoiding, Royal Oak block embraces Cruise ...Story
Dream Cruise begins: ‘This is where it started’ ...Story
• Two decades of cruisin' the avenue ...Photo Gallery
Green Cruise in Ferndale
Rockin' Rods in Rochester 
Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise
Troy Traffic Jam


Summer Activities

Grosse Pointe Farms

August 21, 2014

Community gears up for eighth annual Racing for Kids to the Hill

Community gears up for eighth ann...GROSSE POINTE FARMS — The checkered flags now flying proudly on Kercheval can mean only one thing: Racing for Kids to the Hill is almost here.The eighth annual Racing for Kids to the Hill — a free festival that ...Read More


Mitzelfeld’s memories remain
In a Main Street Rochester location that previously held Murray’s Department Store, Mitzelfeld’s was  a shopper’s delight. ...Read More

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C & G Extra

August 20, 2014

Dorm room 101

Dorm room 101From bean bag chairs to lava lamps, furnishing and decorating a dorm can be difficult — and expensive. In fact, the average family will spend over $800 on a new college student’s needs, according to the National ...Read More


August 20, 2014

Preparing a space for going back to school

Preparing a space for going back to schoolWhether preparing a space for a kindergarten, high school or college student, local experts have some simple suggestions to increase productivity and prepare an ideal study environment.Barbara VanSweden, a parent and ...Read More


Latest News

Royal Oak

August 22, 2014

Trash pickup likely not on track until Labor Day

“We normally run about 15 trucks a day through Royal Oak,” said Joe Munem, the director of government affairs for Rizzo Environmental Services. “This Saturday, we’re sending 60.” ...Read More

Spotlight on Sports

Rochester Adams tennis hopes to remain one of Michigan’s top teams

ROCHESTER HILLS — Rochester Adams has been home to one of Michigan’s most consistent and best tennis programs in recent years.Since 2007, Adams has placed in the top eight seven times out of eight MHSAA state ...Read More

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