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From teacher to state rep to guest reader

From teacher to state rep to guest reader

WARREN — It was somewhat of a homecoming for Jennifer Haase when she visited Pinewood Elementary School on March 20 to read to students in recognition of March Is Reading Month.

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Building saved, but fire damages business

Building saved, but fire damages business

WARREN — The exact cause of a fire that damaged a business on 11 Mile Road was officially undetermined at press time, but investigators said it was accidental and that nobody was hurt.

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‘To love and equality’

‘To love and equality’

METRO DETROIT — For more than 300 same-sex couples across the state of Michigan, March 22 marked the one-year anniversary of their weddings.

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Madison Heights couple receive keys t...

Madison Heights couple receive keys to Habitat home

MADISON HEIGHTS — Project was focus of Habitat Oakland’s Women Build 2014

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Police, community grow sweet staches for a ...

Police, community grow sweet staches for a good cause

ROYAL OAK – Mustache March is wrapping up this week, and the mustaches — with accompanying mutton chops on some participants — are catching eyes around town.

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Leader Dog puppies start learning ear...

Leader Dog puppies start learning early

ROCHESTER HILLS — Although just a few weeks old, guide dog puppies are already in training. “We hold them up and hold them down and go in between their toes,” said Betty Crowder, a Leader Dogs for the Blind volunteer breeding stock host.

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Stoney Creek students earn national Scholas...

Stoney Creek students earn national Scholastic Art Awards

ROCHESTER — Teacher says eight medals is the most in the state.

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A special performance for special ki...

A special performance for special kids

ST. CLAIR SHORES — The St. Clair Shores Figure Skating Club’s “Reflections on Ice” production is an annual performance now in its 44th year.

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Royal Oak achieves Tree City USA status eve...

Royal Oak March 30, 2015

Royal Oak achieves Tree City USA status every year since bicentennial

ROYAL OAK — The city recently achieved a status only two municipalities in Michigan have earned — maintaining the Tree City USA designation for the past 37 years.The Arbor Day Foundation recently granted ...Read More

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks...

Shelby Township March 30, 2015

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks at fundraiser in Shelby

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — The Macomb County Republican Party invited New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to be the keynote speaker at its annual fundraiser — the Lincoln Dinner — on March 27.Hundreds of Republicans and ...Read More

Man, woman held in police custody in...

Clinton Township March 30, 2015

Man, woman held in police custody in party store owner’s death

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Two individuals have been caught by police in connection with the shooting death of a Clinton Township party store owner. ...Read More

Eastpointe March 27, 2015

East Detroit reverses course on school of choice

EASTPOINTE — In a 4-2 vote during its regular meeting March 23, the East Detroit Public Schools Board of Education decided to open up school of choice to students outside of Macomb County for the upcoming 2015-16 school ...Read More

Chickenpox outbreak forces students out of...

Birmingham March 27, 2015

Chickenpox outbreak forces students out of school

About 13 students have been told to stay home from school until the middle of April due to a chickenpox outbreak that hit the Birmingham Public Schools district.According to BPS Community Relations Director Marcia ...Read More

Planning Commission recommends denying r...

Harper Woods March 27, 2015

Planning Commission recommends denying rehab center rezoning request

Eastwood Clinics’ plan to open a treatment facility for substance abuse patients had more going against it than the large group of residents who came out March 25 to ask the Planning Commission to stop the project. ...Read More

Stories sought for end-of-war feature

Metro Detroit March 26, 2015

Stories sought for end-of-war feature

Did you, a parent or grandparent fight in World War II, work in a factory to support the war effort, or plant a “victory garden” to feed the family when wartime rationing made things scarce? If the answer is ...Read More

Southfield March 25, 2015

Girl recovering after father accidentally shot her

According to police, a local teen is recovering in the hospital after suffering an accidental gunshot wound from her father.The incident occurred when the victim’s father was practicing with his handgun inside their ...Read More

Council transfers donated funds to disaster re...

Warren March 25, 2015

Council transfers donated funds to disaster relief group

WARREN — Word that the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief organization could soon return to Warren to resume recovery efforts after last summer’s disastrous flooding should come as a relief for residents still ...Read More

Leader Dog puppies start learning ear...

Rochester Hills March 25, 2015

Leader Dog puppies start learning early

ROCHESTER HILLS — Although just a few weeks old, guide dog puppies are already in training. “We hold them up and hold them down and go in between their toes,” said Betty Crowder, a Leader Dogs for ...Read More

‘House Hunters’ episode focuses ...

Huntington Woods March 25, 2015

‘House Hunters’ episode focuses on Huntington Woods couple’s search

HUNTINGTON WOODS — When Jeff and Michelle Bortnick started looking for a new home along the Woodward Avenue corridor, both knew exactly what they wanted to find in a house.For Jeff, it was a modern home with new ...Read More

‘Been working so hard’

Berkley March 25, 2015

‘Been working so hard’

BERKLEY — For years, Berkley School District Drama Coordinator John Hopkins has been challenging his drama students to achieve new things in dancing, acting or singing. So when the possibility came up for the students to perform “Footloose” as the school production this spring, ...Read More

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