DETROIT — A number of community members gathered on the median at Moross Road and Chester Street Oct. 7 for a ceremony to mark the groundbreaking of the Moross Greenway Project. With bulldozers and fresh dirt ...Read More
BIRMINGHAM — Halloween is still more than two weeks away, but Birmingham ghouls and goblins just can’t wait that long to get in on the fall fun. On Sunday, Oct. 18, families can head downtown for a full day of ...Read More
ROYAL OAK — A desperate foe, and an undefeated season at risk.The Cranbrook football team took care of both Saturday afternoon in a back-and-forth affair at Royal Oak Shrine, which featured three blocked extra points, ...Read More
Utica Eisenhower started the season with an uptempo offense that coach Chris Smith referred to as the team’s “NASCAR” offense.In a 17-3 win against Chippewa Valley on Friday night, Smith said the Eagles ...Read More
DETROIT — Global trade is so normal now, we take it for granted, but the transportation and sale of goods over long distances might have never been a modern reality were it not for a couple of men with local ...Read More
FERNDALE — There isn’t one street in Ferndale that Jim Pool hasn’t seen.What about Shasta Place, a road that isn’t even a block long and is only accessible from Fox Street before it dead-ends before ...Read More
WARREN — The jobs that St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital employees perform on a daily basis have stretched beyond the medical center and into the community.Since Sept. 9, hospital staff have been opening their hearts ...Read More
In a showdown of unbeaten OAA Blue squads, Birmingham Groves dominated Berkley High 47-14 Oct. 9 at home to take sole possession of first place. The Falcons have locked up at least a share of the title, their first since 2011, and are 8-0 overall.