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July 30, 2014

Rochester

Michigan Senior Olympics celebrates 35 years

Michigan Senior Olympics celebrates 35 yearsROCHESTER — Seniors from across the state are gearing up to compete in the 2014 Michigan Senior Olympics, which will be held Aug. 6-17 and 23-24 at various locations throughout Oakland County. ...Read More

July 28, 2014

Royal Oak

Commission places road millage on ballot

ROYAL OAK — Come Nov. 4, residents will be asked to approve a 10-year millage to pay for repairs to the city’s roads.If approved, the city would be authorized to levy up to 2.5 mills, and if the entire ...Read More

July 25, 2014

Sterling Heights

Treasure market to shine in Dodge Park

Treasure market to shine in Dodge ParkSTERLING HEIGHTS — They may have had to wait longer this year, but Sterling Heights residents will get their chance to go digging for treasure in August. The Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2014 Treasure Hunters Market Aug. 9 in Dodge Park. ...Read More

July 23, 2014

St. Clair Shores

Man who shot daughter-in-law's brother convicted of murder

MOUNT CLEMENS — After years of competency hearings, psychological examinations, delays and four days of testimony, it only took a jury nine minutes to convict Viktor Shaholli of shooting and killing the 29-year-old brother of his daughter-in-law in 2011. ...Read More

July 16, 2014

Grosse Pointe Woods

After crowd problems, Woods to consider fireworks options

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — There were two images left behind from this year’s fireworks — one of gatherings where friends and families enjoyed each other’s company and the fireworks, and the other of unruly ...Read More

July 15, 2014

Macomb County

Lawmakers announce $2 million for local roads

MACOMB COUNTY — Two Macomb County representatives have procured a $2 million grant to fund concrete repairs along a pothole-infested Hall Road, but they say much more funding is needed to not only completely replace the ...Read More

July 14, 2014

Metro Detroit

Local fireworks injuries, damage down this year, officials say

METRO DETROIT — With the legalization of consumer fireworks in January 2011 in Michigan, the potential for serious injury and property damage increased, but emergency responders and health professionals cited a decrease in destruction this Independence Day. ...Read More

July 11, 2014

Madison Heights

Student wins international contest to send patch into space

Student wins international contest to send patch into spaceMADISON HEIGHTS — Few can claim that their art has left Earth’s atmosphere. Tanner Barndollar, 13, will soon be able to say just that. ...Read More

July 9, 2014

Shelby Township

SEMCOG grant gives Shelby trail project green light

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — A $272,333 Transportation Alternatives Program grant from SEMCOG, awarded to Shelby Township June 19, will allow construction on a trail connecting the Macomb Orchard Trail to Chief Gene Shepherd Park, according to engineer Carol Thurber. ...Read More

July 8, 2014

Troy

Field & Stream will flow at Oakland Mall

After developers agreed to add six more trees to a site that planning commissioners described as an asphalt jungle, the plans for a new Field & Stream store in Oakland Mall’s north parking lot surged ...Read More

July 1, 2014

Clawson

Teachers union, school district agree to contract

CLAWSON — After a year of negotiations, the Clawson Public Schools and the teachers union came to an agreement on a new contract retroactive to August 2013 and that extends through August 2015.The Clawson Board of ...Read More

June 30, 2014

Berkley

Planning Commission stalls Vinsetta Garage parking lot plan

Planning Commission stalls Vinsetta Garage parking lot planBERKLEY — Numerous Berkley residents packed the council chambers at Berkley City Hall during both the May and June Planning Commission meetings to oppose Vinsetta Garage owner Curt Catallo’s plans to turn four ...Read More

June 25, 2014

Royal Oak

Royal Oak Planning Commission tables decision on brewery

ROYAL OAK — The debate over whether a tasting room that sells an unlimited number of pints of beer is actually a bar has stalled the approval of the city’s latest brewery.ROAK Brewery wants to manufacture craft ...Read More

June 23, 2014

Royal Oak

Building owner nixes fireworks store

ROYAL OAK — A little more than a month after getting site plan approval from the Planning Commission, the owner of a vacant commercial property on the city’s southeast side told the Review that he has decided ...Read More

June 18, 2014

Grosse Pointe Farms

Cost to park in Farms to go up July 1

GROSSE POINTE FARMS — The days of free parking for nighttime Hill visitors will soon be but a memory.During a June 9 City Council meeting, the council voted unanimously in favor of raising parking rates for the ...Read More

June 17, 2014

Oakland County

Road projects close roads

OAKLAND COUNTY — A series of upcoming road closures will create a hodge-podge of alternate routes this summer. Major road closings are scheduled for Tienken, Avon and Orion roads. In addition, Sheldon, Bloomer and Mead roads will see shorter closings this summer due to several gravel road pavings and a pipeline replacement project. ...Read More