MENU
Warren, MI: 50°F
Weather forecast is unavailable at the moment.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Follow C & G News on Facebook Follow C & G News on Twitter Google+ Pinterest feed Connect to the C & G RSS feed

NOW TRENDING

Voters say no to Proposal 1

Proposal 1 goes down

Voters across the state rejected Proposal 1 at the polls.

Read more

Pitching carries Shrine baseball team to do...

Knights take two from Lakes, set up Tuesday thriller

The Royal Oak Shrine baseball team for a pair of dominant pitching performances Monday afternoon to sweep a doubleheader from Our Lady of the Lake.

Read more

Judge sentences man to at least nine ...

Judge sentences man to at least nine years in prison for armed robberies

Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Peter Maceroni sentenced a Shelby Township man who pleaded guilty to robbing three Shelby Township businesses at knifepoint in August to a minimum of nine years in prison May 4.

Read more

Parents, staff discuss solutions at ...

Parents, staff discuss solutions at diversity forum

BLOOMFIELD HILLS — There were lots of calm, thoughtful comments during the open forum on race and diversity April 28 at Bloomfield Hills Schools’ Booth Center.

Read more

Mom coordinates Utica blood drive after needing...

Mom coordinates Utica blood drive after needing emergency transfusion

UTICA — Drive to take place May 9 at Greater Life Church

Read more

Journalist, mayoral candidate Hawke Fracassa p...

Journalist, mayoral candidate Hawke Fracassa passes away

WARREN — Hawke Fracassa, a journalist-turned-mayoral-candidate known for his unabashed opinions and for wearing his heart on his sleeve, died suddenly April 30, sources confirmed at press time.

Read more

City Council nixes drone ban following outcr...

City Council nixes drone ban following outcry from hobbyists

When Ferndale residents got wind of the City Council possibly banning the use of drones anywhere in the city outside of private property, residents flooded the council chambers April 27 to protest the potential ordinance change.

Read more

Top Headlines

Voters pass Farmington school bond

Farmington May 5, 2015

Voters pass Farmington school bond

Voters in the Farmington Public Schools district took to the polls May 5 to decide a $131.5 million, two-series bond proposal, with the measure passing by 58.38 percent, according to unofficial results from the Oakland County ...Read More

Franklin May 5, 2015

Franklin police and general fund millage renewed

Voters in Franklin overwhelmingly renewed a special millage May 5 for police services and the general fund that would have expired next year.With an approval of 83 percent, residents will continue to pay 0.0398 mills per ...Read More

Bloomfield Township May 5, 2015

Bloomfield Hills Schools bond approved

Residents approved the renewal of an operating millage for the Bloomfield Hills School District May 5.The passing of the proposal will now allow Bloomfield Hills Schools to continue to levy the number of operating mills ...Read More

Birmingham May 5, 2015

Birmingham Public Schools bond approved

Voters in the Birmingham Public Schools district approved a $66 million capital improvement bond by a 65 percent majority May 5.Designated for four areas of improvement — safety and security, instructional spaces, ...Read More

Berkley May 5, 2015

Voters strongly approve Berkley School District bond proposal

Voters in the Berkley School District passed the proposed $58.9 million bond for infrastructure improvements by a wide margin May 5, with more than 68 percent voting in favor of the proposal. ...Read More

Ferndale May 5, 2015

Ferndale Headlee proposal passes by 55 votes, street and park proposal passes comfortably

Many residents in Ferndale were leery about the Headlee override and the street and park improvement bond proposed during the May 5 election, and the cautious attitude showed at the polls as the Headlee override passed by a small margin, while the street and park improvement bond proved more popular and passed with 58 percent of the vote. ...Read More

St. Clair Shores May 5, 2015

School bond fails in Lake Shore

A bond proposal to pay for building and technology improvements in Lake Shore Public Schools failed by a 20 percent margin May 5. ...Read More

Metro Detroit May 5, 2015

Meal program serves homebound seniors

METRO DETROIT — Those who are age 60 or older and are unable to drive are eligible for a low-cost, in-home meal program that delivers once a day, Monday through Friday. ...Read More

Clinton Township May 5, 2015

Young boy shot in head

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The Clinton Township Police Department is investigating the shooting of a young boy at Normandy Park. ...Read More

Grosse Pointe Schools chooses its new ...

Grosse Pointes May 5, 2015

Grosse Pointe Schools chooses its new superintendent

GROSSE POINTES — After weeks of searching and many meetings, the Grosse Pointe Public School System Board of Education chose Gary Niehaus as its next superintendent. It was a process that involved the entire ...Read More

Proposal 1

Community Giveback Sponsorship Homepage

Most Popular

Events

EVENTS CALENDAR

May
2015
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
18
26
27
28
29
30
19
20
21
22
23
1
2
3
4
5
6
« April June »
06
Upcoming Events
Wednesday, May 6th: Next 7-days
Wed
6
Thu
7
Fri
8
Sat
9
Sun
10
Mon
11
Tue
12


    Sponsored by C & G Newspapers