The C & G Editorial staff selected some of the top stories that appeared in our recent print editions.
STAFF FAVORITE — NOVEMBER 2012:
Prisoner of War shares his story
Veterans honored at local schools
About the reporter: Maria Allard primarily covers education and human interest stories for the company and currently writes for the Warren Weekly and the Fraser-Clinton Chronicle newspapers. She is a huge Rolling Stones fan and is trying to learn to play the autoharp.
About the story: Allard's father is a World War II veteran and was very impressed when hearing Mr. Green's story. She noticed the students listening intently as Green talked about being captured.
Pit bulls get the shaft at OPAC, group says
Animal advocates are worried about breed discrimination at the Oakland Pet Adoption Center
Human rights ordinance discussion draws support
Gay, straight, transgender residents unify for anti-discriminatory hiring, housing practices
GROSSE POINTE WOODS
A voice from the past
Child actress from 'The Lone Ranger' to participate in upcoming talks
Hazel Park survives zombie apocalypse
Cannibals bring cans for food pantry