Business

Published December 15, 2017

WEST BLOOMFIELD — Integrative medicine is a type of medical practice where patients are encouraged to take their health into their own hands.

Read More

Published December 13, 2017

FARMINGTON — Sheri Hicks has the autoimmune disease scleroderma, which is a chronic connective tissue disease that is typically classified as an autoimmune rheumatic disease.

Read More

Published December 12, 2017

ROCHESTER HILLS — The new president of Ascension Crittenton Hospital, Chris Palazzolo, said he knows firsthand how residents feel about their “hometown hospital.”

Read More

Published December 11, 2017

C&G Newspapers

METRO DETROIT — Suppliers of auto products and services agree that the season of “Jingle Bells” can also be a great time to buy bells and whistles for loved ones’ vehicles.

Read More

Published December 8, 2017

HARPER WOODS — The town hall meeting to discuss the opioid crisis that was canceled Sept. 27 has been rescheduled.

Read More

Published December 8, 2017

C&G Newspapers

PONTIAC — On Sunday, Dec. 3, crowds gathered at the site of the Pontiac Silverdome to say goodbye to the iconic building one last time. 

Read More

Published December 6, 2017

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Clinton Township took a step toward opting in to new medical marijuana laws approved by the Michigan Legislature.

Read More

Published December 6, 2017

C&G Newspapers

METRO DETROIT — In light of Older Driver Safety Awareness Week lasting from Dec. 4 to 8 this year, a couple of organizations are announcing that there are steps that seniors — particularly those 65 and older — can take to acclimate their vehicles for safer driving.

Read More

Published December 5, 2017

The people of Franklin like to do their Christmas shopping in style, and they are inviting the public to join them with the village’s annual Sip, Shop and Stroll.

Read More

Published December 5, 2017

It’s the final chapter for Barnes & Noble, as plans to close the local bookstore were recently announced.

Read More

Published November 29, 2017

C&G Newspapers

METRO DETROIT — According to Troy Police Sgt. Meghan Lehman, the biggest thing to be aware of while in parking lots is others’ lack of situational awareness around the holidays.

Read More

Published October 13, 2017

WARREN — Officials gathered at a vacant lot on Van Dyke Oct. 12 to officially break ground on Warren’s new $5 million multi-use Civic Center, set to include a 9,400-square-foot library, a mini police station and ancillary city offices.

Read More

Published October 11, 2017

EASTPOINTE — Fresh Choice Market Place will have a new neighbor as early as 2018, as a new Michigan secretary of state branch is under construction at 18809 Nine Mile Road.

Pattah Development, which also built the market 11 years ago, is building the structure that will house the branch.

Clark Pattah, manager of Fresh Choice, said he hopes the branch will bring more traffic to the market.

“We’re hoping to bring not only that, but bring more attractions to the city of Eastpointe — more traffic and more people to the city,” he said.

Read More

Published October 10, 2017

ROCHESTER HILLS — A proposed preschool on the southeast corner of Tienken and Adams roads has some residents concerned about increased traffic.

“Area residents can tell you that traffic backs up in every direction at this light, and not just at rush hour,” city resident Beth Tilove said in an email. “Adjacent subdivisions have complained repeatedly about cut-through traffic as drivers seek to avoid the intersection.”

Read More

Published October 10, 2017

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — On Sept. 25, the Clinton Township Board of Trustees voted 7-0 to approve a site plan for Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant, which is building its first Michigan location at The Mall at Partridge Creek.

The 53.8-acre land parcel, which will stand south of Hall Road and east of Partridge Creek Boulevard, was also unanimously approved by the Clinton Township Planning Commission.

Jennifer Kauffman, director of construction, and Lauren Williams, design manager, spoke on behalf of the company.

Read More

Published October 10, 2017

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Work will begin on the remaining boat wells at Blossom Heath Park this month, after delays earlier in the summer.

“The contractor had to pull off because we had some issues with Miller Marina and some setback issues that (the engineering firm) didn’t catch,” City Manager Mike Smith said. 

Because of the delay, the contractor, Marine One, then moved on to another job and couldn’t come immediately back to St. Clair Shores to finish the work.

Read More

Published October 10, 2017

GROSSE POINTE SHORES — Grosse Pointe Shores residents are finally going to be getting new tennis courts at Osius Park.

After much debate about what projects should be tackled at the residents-only park, city leaders decided to move forward on the new courts as a stand-alone project, with plans still up in the air as to a possible new park entrance with a guarded gatehouse, similar to what Grosse Pointe Park, Farms and Woods have for their residents-only waterfront parks.

Read More

Published October 10, 2017

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — As rain fell gently on Grosse Pointe Equestrian’s grounds Oct. 6, Federation Equestre Internationale dressage trainer Jesse Collins was inside the arena training atop a Lusitano horse.

Collins, who also competes in the sport, has been tapped to teach dressage instruction at Grosse Pointe Equestrian, formerly known as the Grosse Pointe Hunt Club.

Read More

Published October 10, 2017

GROSSE POINTE CITY — Now that Grosse Pointe City voters have approved a 23-year bond proposal not to exceed $12.96 million for new public safety and public works facilities, as well as a safer municipal court, leaders are proceeding with plans to get those new projects underway.

But perhaps given that the millage — approved Aug. 8 — passed by less than 100 votes, those plans aren’t without at least some concerns.

Read More

Upcoming Events

Sterling Heights
Annual Christmas gala
6-10 p.m.
Penna’s of Sterling
Rochester
Downtown Rochester winter farmers market
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Rochester Fire Department
Grosse Pointe Woods
'The 1940s Radio Hour' performances
8 p.m.
University Liggett School auditorium
Farmington Hills
Farmington Hills
Cats and kittens adoption event
11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Petco

MORE LISTINGS

ADD AN EVENT

FULL CALENDAR

Newsroom tweets

Tweets by C & G Newspapers journalists
Reporters' opinions are their own and retweets do not equal endorsements.