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Published March 2, 2012

WARREN — A prisoner’s recent trip and fall, and an attempt to bolt by a man facing jail time have again raised red flags for officials at the 37th District Court.

“It shows the deficit of the structural design of the court,” 37th District Court Judge John Chmura said last week. “It’s not something that can be fixed by putting a new roof on the court. It’s not something that can be fixed by adding more police and security officers. You have to redesign the building from the ground up again to fix the problem.”

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Published February 29, 2012

ROCHESTER — Two new exhibits, “Eye Teeth: A Satire on the American Way of Life,” and “Tom Humes: Recent Works,” will open at the Paint Creek Center for the Arts with a joint reception from 7-9 p.m. March 2. Both will be on display at the PCCA, 407 Pine St., through April 7.

The PCCA is turning its main gallery over to a group of artists for “Eye Teeth,” which involves critical and satirical responses to the American social and cultural way of life, according to show curator Ryan Standfest.

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Published January 18, 2012

WARREN — A statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary nestled on a mass of rocks overlooking a calming pond with koi fish has quickly became a main attraction on the Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church grounds.

The grotto is one of the many welcoming changes at the parish since Our Lady of Grace, formerly of Eastpointe, merged with St. Cletus Catholic Church at 26256 Ryan Road, south of the I-696 service drive.

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Published October 5, 2011

WARREN — Translated from dog speak, the phrase “ruff ruff” could simply mean “thank you.”

It would certainly be appropriate based on the reported success of the Ruff and Stuff Pet Fest, held at Warren’s Halmich Park on Sept. 17.

According to Joanna Noble, director and producer for K10 Project Reputation Rescue, which hosted the event with Michigan Pug Rescue and Purina Pro Plan Rally to the Rescue, 32 animal rescues and shelters benefited from donations collected at the festival.

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Published July 13, 2011

WARREN — Rich Hastings normally spends his days selling data storage systems through IBM’s office in Southfield.

He’d normally work more closely with one of the company’s water-cooled mainframes, but he spent a few minutes last week wrenching on the kitchen sink at Sue Adamski’s home in Warren.

Hastings, of Rochester, was part of a group of volunteers from IBM who partnered with the Warren-Sterling Heights Goodfellows to lend a hand to those in need on July 6.

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Published June 1, 2011

Combine talented artisans, good food, live entertainment and a little sunshine, and you have the makings of a great summer festival.

Beginning in June, such events are plentiful in metro Detroit. Here’s a sampling of just a few popular festivals that residents won’t want to miss this summer.

June 11-12
Clay, Glass and Metal Festival — downtown Royal Oak
In Royal Oak, one of the first big events of the season is the Clay, Glass and Metal Festival June 11-12.

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Published May 11, 2011

Picture a typical senior residence and images of bingo, arts and crafts, and green Jell-O might come to mind.

Walk into a modern retirement community, though, and you may be more likely to see seniors playing video games, heading out with a travel group or performing a sun salutation in yoga class.

Today’s senior living communities are not the stale, dreary places stereotypes make them out to be.

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Published April 6, 2011

TROY — Since October, Troy resident Taylor Kanas has been fighting negative anaplastic large cell lymphoma, an aggressive rare form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

The Troy resident has bravely endured chemotherapy, an emergency biopsy, lost her hair, faced a relapse, and is in need of bone marrow transplant to save her life.

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Published April 4, 2011

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — When Marsha Cassidy sat down with television icon Art Linkletter for an interview in 2001, he told her he loved quizzing kids on the air because “children tell the truth.”

The late Linkletter, of “Kids Say the Darndest Thing” fame, also shared his thoughts about “Art Linkletter’s House Party,” which was first broadcast on television in 1952.

“He told me ‘the world needed laughter; and he intended to spread it around,” Cassidy said.

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Published March 21, 2011

WARREN — Those wishing to run for a seat on the Warren City Council now know, barring any successful legal challenges, which district they’ll run in, providing they don’t file to run at-large.

The city’s Redistricting Commission, meeting for the first time as a full group of five members, voted 4-1 on March 15 to adopt a plan recommended by the Planning Department to divide the city into five City Council districts, each of which stretches into areas of both north and south Warren.

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Published March 11, 2011

STERLING HEIGHTS — The room is packed with hundreds of teenagers, yet it’s so silent, it might as well be empty.

Absent are the persistent whispers, rampant fidgeting and occasional scoffs typical of high school assemblies. The students at Sterling Heights High School are rapt, fixated on the benevolent words of a girl they never knew —and never will.

Her name was Rachel Scott, and she was 17 when she was gunned down on April 20, 1999, the first of 13 victims in the infamous Columbine High School rampage.

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Published March 11, 2011

WARREN — Family, friends, and visitors at the Warren Community Center remembered former Mayor Ted Bates by looking over a collection of memorabilia assembled in the hall outside of the city’s Historical Gallery last week.

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Published February 23, 2011

WARREN — Imagine the uneasy feeling that washed over Talana Williams when a utility worker arrived to shut off the gas and electric service to her home last July.

Williams, who paid $500 a month to live in the three-bedroom home on Detroit’s east side with her two children, had been told the utilities were included in the cost of her rent. That would have worked well for her while she attempted to pay down a large past-due utility balance from another address.

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Published February 9, 2011

WARREN — On Oct. 10, 1984, in the heat of his second presidential campaign, President Ronald Reagan arrived onstage at Macomb Community College to deliver remarks that struck a chord in the hearts of “Reagan Democrats.”

Al Lorenzo was there.

The longtime president of the college, now MCC’s president emeritus, remembers well the social, political and economic environment of the day.

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