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The future of auto design has some curves

The North American International Auto Show is all about the visuals: the screens, the exhibits and, of course, the design of the vehicles themselves. During the auto show, which was open to the public Jan. 17-25, the ...Read More



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Urban experience brought to ‘Life’ i...
Urban experience brought to ‘Life’ in new GPAC show
GROSSE POINTE CITY — 38 works from 27 artists will be on display through Feb. 14
Winterfest on the Hill is where cool ru...
Winterfest on the Hill is where cool rules
GROSSE POINTE FARMS — The annual afternoon of free fun, food, entertainment and games for all ages runs from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Jan. 31 along Kercheval in the business district.
A hike through the Appalachian Trail bring...
‘You can’t escape things’
CLINTON TOWNSHIP — A hike through the Appalachian Trail helps bring clarity to a local woman’s life.
Good music, good cause
Good music, good cause
Ferndale Blues & Music Festival in full swing for 14th year
Hundreds observe MLK holiday in Warren
A day to remember
WARREN — Hundreds attend Warren’s second-annual Martin Luther King Jr. holiday observance
Tigers hit a home run in WCS
Tigers hit a homerun in WCS
STERLING HEIGHTS — Detroit Tigers visit with WCS students
Fundraiser will help toddler with ultra-rare dis...
Fundraiser will help toddler with ultra-rare disorder
HAZEL PARK — Feb. 7 event will pay for kidney cancer treatment and more
‘Little Women’ find their voices in...
‘Little Women’ find their voices in musical production
GROSSE POINTE FARMS — The story of the four March sisters is getting the Grosse Pointe Theatre treatment with shows running through Jan. 31.
Annual event, businessman inspire a younger gener...
Not too young to give
ROYAL OAK — GiveYoung.org founders Rick and Nicole Van House announced the organization's 2015 Engage campaign at a recent event in Royal Oak. GiveYoung.org aims to draw younger adults toward charitable organizations through engaging opportunities.
The ice is nice for winter fishing
The ice is nice for winter fishing
Lake St. Clair Metropark to host youth fishing tournament Jan. 25
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Metro Detroit

January 29, 2015

Cold year for Michigan was hottest globally

Cold year for Michigan was hottest globallyObservations from climate scientists have confirmed that while Michigan saw a rather cool 2014, globally the year was the hottest on record.The National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the National Oceanic and ...Read More

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Farmington Hills

January 29, 2015

Liggett girls hockey wins fifth in a row, sneak past Mercy 2-1

Liggett girls hockey wins fifth in a...GROSSE POINTE WOODS — Two of the top teams in the Michigan Metro Girls High School Hockey League squared off Thursday night at Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett, and after a game of back-and-forth action, it was a ...Read More

C & G Extra

January 28, 2015

After the dress — what next?

After the dress — what next?Being a bride isn’t what it used to be.Once the flowers are chosen and the gown is found, the styling for her big day isn’t over — it’s only just begun.A wedding dress is only part of an overall ...Read More

Homes

January 28, 2015

Test for radon to avoid health risks

Test for radon to avoid health risks  Radon gas is the leading cause of lung cancer in nonsmokers, and high levels of the gas in a house meet the equivalent of smoking eight cigarettes a day, say World Health Organization officials.Radon gas invades homes and ...Read More

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Warren

January 28, 2015

Elderly resident killed in crash

WARREN -- An 86-year-old Warren woman died after a two-car crash just north of the intersection of Hoover and Chicago roads early on Jan. 28. ...Read More

Auto Drive

January 26, 2015

The future of auto design has some curves

The future of auto design has some curvesThe North American International Auto Show is all about the visuals: the screens, the exhibits and, of course, the design of the vehicles themselves. During the auto show, which was open to the public Jan. 17-25, the ...Read More

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Otto Weber’s and Bill Frasard’s General Store circa 1920s
One of the earliest general stores in St. Clair Shores was located on Defer Road (now called Nine Mile Road) near Jefferson Avenue. ...Read More

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