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Museum remembers Operation Market-Garden

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Operation Market-Garden was a bold plan to hasten the end of World War II in Europe. Historians now remember it as a high-risk operation that failed.The Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum in St. ...Read More

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Ferndale library restructures concert series to fi...
First Stop Friday morphs into Start Here Saturday
Ferndale library restructures concert series to fit new hours
L’Anse Creuse students utilize popular ...
Balancing act
HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Students in Karen Fraeyman’s first-grade class at South River Elementary School sit on balance balls rather than chairs. Studies show that younger school-aged children are able to stay more alert when using their core muscles to sit on the balance balls.
Fallen heroes remembered
Fallen heroes remembered
PONTIAC — Fallen heroes honored at a special ceremony Sept. 11
Residents rally at state Capitol
Residents rally at state Capitol
SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Groups against residential oil drilling make concerns known
Fashion In Detroit returns in style
On the catwalk
DETROIT — Fashion In Detroit returns in style
Museum remembers Operation Market-Garden
The daring assault
ST. CLAIR SHORES — Museum remembers Operation Market-Garden
Candles that look good enough to eat
Candles that look good enough to eat
HAZEL PARK — Local woman carves niche in candle market
Pet Expo offers low-cost microchipping to k...
Pet Expo offers low-cost microchipping to keep pets safe
MADISON HEIGHTS — Sept. 27-28 event will feature adoptions, activities and more
Family musical ‘Annie Warbucks’ pic...
After ‘Tomorrow’
GROSSE POINTE FARMS — Family musical ‘Annie Warbucks’ picks up where ‘Annie’ left off
Second annual barn tour to highlight historical charm
'Back by popular demand'
ROMEO — Second annual barn tour to highlight historical charm
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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 17, 2014

Annual Regina/Marian powderpuff football game set for 1 p.m. Sept. 20 at Stevenson

Annual Regina/Marian powderpuff football g...STERLING HEIGHTS/WARREN/BIRMINGHAM — A longtime rivalry will be renewed when seniors from the Warren Regina and Birmingham Marian high schools hit the gridiron for their annual powderpuff football matchup later this ...Read More

Back to School

West Bloomfield

September 16, 2014

Students permitted to use laptops in class

Students permitted to use laptops in classWEST BLOOMFIELD — “I left my homework at school and couldn’t do it” and “Mr. Rebtoy, I went home and forgot what you said,” are no longer acceptable excuses in Abbott Middle School teacher ...Read More

Flood Updates

Huntington Woods

September 10, 2014

Huntington Woods offering permit relief programs after flood

HUNTINGTON WOODS — Huntington Woods is one of the smaller cities along the Woodward Avenue corridor, but after a record rainfall Aug. 11 caused flooding all over metro Detroit, city officials predicted that more than 50 ...Read More


St. Gertrude Roman Catholic Church, 1826-2014
Shown is the wood and stone church that was built in 1897 and razed in 1968 to make room for the modern church on the property today. ...Read More

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September 10, 2014

‘Funky’ art fair brings unique works to the streets

‘Funky’ art fair brings unique works to ...FERNDALE — Like other art fairs, the Funky Ferndale Art Fair will have some of the best local artists displaying their photography and paintings for all to see.What separates Funky Ferndale from other art fairs are ...Read More

Fall Fun

Beverly Hills

September 16, 2014

Trick or treat for PCD

BEVERLY HILLS — For 11-year-old Elana McEwen, daily life isn’t exactly typical.Each day, the Bloomfield Hills Middle School student endures six breathing treatments, two chest therapy sessions, physical therapy ...Read More

C & G Extra

September 10, 2014

Home (planet) economics

Home (planet) economicsNow that the kids are settled into their school desks for the season, you might be looking back at your back-to-school shopping receipts and begin to wonder where the summer — and your paycheck — went.There are ...Read More


September 10, 2014

Housing market levels out as housing supply nears demand

Housing market levels out as housing supply nears demand  As students took the summer off of school, the housing market was peaking for the year during the late spring and summer in preparation for the students to go back last week.Coming off a year where the housing market in ...Read More


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Shelby Township

September 16, 2014

Serial robbery defendant to undergo psychiatric evaluation

Serial robbery defendant to undergo psychia...On Sept. 15, Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Peter Maceroni agreed to defense attorney Azhar Sheikh’s request for his client, who faces multiple robbery charges, to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. ...Read More

Spotlight on Sports

Groves football stays perfect, beats Southfield-Lathrup

LATHRUP VILLAGE — Birmingham Groves football took advantage of early Southfield-Lathrup mistakes and stayed perfect on the young season.The Falcons won 20-7 Sept. 12 on the road.Groves’ longest scoring ...Read More

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