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    August 14, 2014 to September 26, 2014
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    September 04, 2014 to October 02, 2014

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Fundraiser set for local man to offset medical expenses

FARMINGTON HILLS — It wasn’t until Tom Hunsberger, 42, of Farmington Hills, woke up on a CT scan table July 14 at Botsford Hospital that he discovered a cancerous tumor had been removed from his brain after bouts ...Read More



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Animal kingdom coming to Ferndale library during a...
It's a 'Menagerie'
Animal kingdom coming to Ferndale library during art exhibition
Women take the wheel in new exhibit at...
Women take the wheel in new exhibit at Ford House
GROSSE POINTE SHORES — “Women Who Motor: A Century of Shifting Cultural and Industry Standards” runs through 2016
Shelby firefighters train at Packard repair...
Proving it
SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Shelby firefighters train at Packard repair garage
Landmark continues food distribution efforts
Landmark continues food distribution efforts
HAZEL PARK — Other outreach efforts include workshops, youth sports
Township seeks historical designation for ...
Historic structure
OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — Township seeks historical designation for Cider Mill
CI students enjoy first year of summer school
‘It’s been very rewarding’
WARREN — CI students enjoy first year of summer school
Residents remember 1967 flood in Warren
The James Street Flood
WARREN — Residents remember 1967 flood in Warren
Roseville man serves country as submariner
Beneath the waves
Roseville man serves country as submariner
Man’s best friend promotes healing and li...
Man’s best friend promotes healing, lifts spirits
WEST BLOOMFIELD — Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital has been using trained canines to bring a smile to patients and guests in a setting that otherwise may be unnerving.
Polish Mission honors American, Polish WWII ve...
Polish Mission honors American, Polish WWII vets
To remember the start of World War II, the Polish community in Orchard Lake annually hosts a memorial event.
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Huntington Woods

August 28, 2014

Commission rescinds tree protection ordinance to delight of residents

HUNTINGTON WOODS — Despite rejecting a petition that was signed by more than 500 residents to repeal a newly implemented tree protection ordinance, the Huntington Woods City Commission decided to rescind the ordinance ...Read More

Flood updates

Troy

August 27, 2014

Hold off on hauling recycling to the curb — for now

The Southeast Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority and the city of Troy urge residents to wait a week to haul their recyclables to the curb as SOCRRA and recycling haulers catch up with the increased workload caused by ...Read More

Cruisin' season

Harper Cruisers enjoy intimate, family-friendly atmosphere 
ST. CLAIR SHORES — August’s wicked weather couldn’t stop the 2014 Shorewood Kiwanis Harper Charity Cruise, which roared into town on a sunny summer night with hotrods, classic cars and more. ...Read More
 
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Harper Cruise
Woodward Dream Cruise
Green Cruise in Ferndale
Rockin' Rods in Rochester
Clinton Township Gratiot Cruise
Troy Traffic Jam

 

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Detroit

August 29, 2014

St. Mary's football team upends Southfield High 21-19 in annual Prep Kickoff Classic

St. Mary's football team upends Southfield Hi...DETROIT — After playing in four consecutive state championship games, the Orchard Lake St. Mary’s football team found itself on the outside looking in when it came to the 2013 playoff bracket.And a big reason ...Read More

LOOKING BACK

Ford Field, 1967
Shelby-Utica Little Leaguer Jim Stone is ready to start play on the new Ford Field dedicated Friday. ...Read More

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Grosse Pointe City

August 28, 2014

Kercheval to fill with fine art, cuisine, music and cars for VillageFest

Kercheval to fill with fine art, c...GROSSE POINTE CITY — Labor Day might signal the unofficial end of summer, but the Pointes keep the sunny season rolling one more weekend with VillageFest.Sponsored by Beaumont Health System and produced by the Grosse ...Read More

C & G Extra

August 27, 2014

Wheeling and mealing

Wheeling and mealingMETRO DETROIT — If there’s one thing metro Detroiters know, it’s good food. And one thing a true local foodie will likely tell you is that the area’s best cuisine isn’t always found in fancy ...Read More

Homes

August 27, 2014

Be safe when your basement becomes a lake

Be safe when your basement becomes a lakeMETRO DETROIT — Many Detroit-area homeowners just experienced the most extreme flooding of their lifetimes, and local experts want them to know that when dealing with water in their basements, safety should always come ...Read More

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Royal Oak

September 1, 2014

Hairstyling becomes latest art exhibit at Arts, Beats & Eats

Hairstyling becomes latest art exhibit at Arts, B...Among the paintings and sculptures that filled downtown Royal Oak during the Labor Day weekend for Arts, Beats & Eats, a new art medium took center stage: hair fashion. ...Read More

Spotlight on Sports

Stoney Creek rallies past Rochester Adams

Stoney Creek coach Brad Zube gives running back Scott Reader three options on a halfback pass play.Reader can run, throw, and on fourth downs, he also has the option to punt.With 1:37 left in the game, and the Cougars ...Read More



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