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‘It’s tree-mendous’

FARMINGTON HILLS — Seeing squirrels in trees is not unusual, but a squirrel made out of a tree will turn heads.During a storm in May, limbs from a nearly 100-year-old silver maple, located in the 21000 block of ...Read More



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Big, Bright Light show sets downtown Rochester ag...
All is bright
ROCHESTER — Big, Bright Light show sets downtown Rochester aglow nightly through Jan. 4
Invasive species a fact of life in local lake...
Invasive species a fact of life in local lakes, waterways
METRO DETROIT — As trade and travel continue to globalize, the risk of nonnative plants and animals getting into local ecosystems increases.
South brings ‘Almost, Maine’ to the...
In, out of love
GROSSE POINTE FARMS — Grosse Pointe South students brings ‘Almost, Maine’ to the stage
BHS drama students to perform play centering on chi...
'Challenging' and 'engaging'
BERKLEY — BHS drama students to perform play centering on child abuse
De La Salle named IB World School
Up for the challenge
WARREN — De La Salle named IB World School
De La Salle football pulls off a shocker, upsets...
Pilots soar past Rice in regional final
De La Salle stops Brother Rice's 33-game winning streak and assures a new champ in D-2 with a 26-21 victory
Local veterans honored at luminary ceremony
Local veterans honored at luminary ceremony
MADISON HEIGHTS — Respects paid to sacrifices made
Brother Rice and De La Salle: The Rematch
Here we go again
Brother Rice and De La Salle football teams set to meet with spot in the semifinals on the line
OCC Women’s Book Group bound together by...
A page-turner
FARMINGTON HILLS — OCC Women’s Book Group bound together by pages, sisterhood
Township honors veterans with annual ceremo...
Macomb Township honors veterans with annual ceremony
Event held at Veterans and First Responders Memorial on Nov. 7
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Metro Detroit

November 19, 2014

Invasive species a fact of life in local lakes and waterways

Invasive species a fact of life in local lake...METRO DETROIT — As trade and travel continue to globalize, the risk of nonnative plants and animals getting into local ecosystems increases. And with the Great Lakes being a major trade route, they are at the epicenter ...Read More

Sports

Farmington Hills

November 22, 2014

Farmington Hills Harrison football falls in semis

Farmington Hills Harrison football f...HOWELL — The words “destiny” and “magic” were used on a wet football field at Howell High Nov. 22.Muskegon Mona Shores had just beat Farmington Hills Harrison 25-24 in a Division 2 ...Read More

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West Bloomfield

November 26, 2014

Toys, coats needed for charity campaigns

Toys, coats needed for charity campaignsWEST BLOOMFIELD —  As the holiday season draws near, the West Bloomfield Fire Department and the West Bloomfield Police Foundation are getting in the spirit through charitable endeavors. For the second year ...Read More

C & G Extra

November 19, 2014

Families wrap up their holiday celebrations with a tried-and-true tradition

Families wrap up their holiday celebrations with a t...METRO DETROIT — Candy’s big day is done for the year now that Halloween has passed. Cake is synonymous with birthdays, and ice cream is really more of a Fourth of July thing. ...Read More

Homes

November 19, 2014

Preserve your home’s history when weatherizing

Preserve your home’s history when weatherizingMETRO DETROIT — According to the National Register of Historic Places, if your home is more than 50 years old, it could be considered a historic property.That means care should be taken to retain the integrity of the ...Read More

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Detroit

November 21, 2014

Medical issues again stop Bashara trial

An effort to make up for lost time in the Robert “Bob” Bashara murder trial didn’t work as planned. ...Read More

Bob Bashara Trial

GROSSE POINTE PARK/DETROIT
Murder trial witnesses say they were afraid of Bashara
Tenants in one of Robert “Bob” Bashara’s former apartment complexes in St. Clair Shores added to the evidence that Bashara had a secret life with another woman when they testified in Bashara’s murder trial last week. ...Read More

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The Lakeview Theatre
Thw theatre, originally located at 30609 Jefferson Avenue, was owned and operated by Mr. Raymond Jewell Francis and his wife, Eva.In the 1930s, a ticket cost 6 cents and popcorn was 5 cents. ...Read More

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