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World War II posters united nation around war effort

World War II posters united nation around war effortGROSSE POINTE FARMS — It may be hard to imagine now, but in an era before text messages, Twitter and even television, the federal government conveyed messages about conservation and other war efforts via posters.As ...Read More




Art gallery features WWII photos of Jewish partisans

Art gallery features WWII photos of Jewish partisansWEST BLOOMFIELD — In conjunction with the Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation, the Janice Charach Gallery in West Bloomfield will feature “Pictures of Resistance: The Wartime Photographs of Jewish Partisan Faye ...Read More




Fallen heroes remembered

Fallen heroes rememberedPONTIAC — Eleven men who lost their lives in the line of duty in the last year were honored at a special ceremony Sept. 11 at the Fallen Heroes Memorial in Pontiac.“Until 2001, Sept. 11 was just an ordinary ...Read More




Township honors fallen at 9/11 memorial ceremony

Township honors fallen at 9/11 memorial ceremonyOn Sept. 11, dozens of residents, Shelby Township first responders and elected officials gathered beneath an overcast sky at the township veterans memorial, located on the municipal grounds, for a service honoring those who lost their lives on 9/11 and first responders. ...Read More




Grosse Pointe North students honor Sept. 11 victims

Grosse Pointe North students honor Sept. 11 victimsGrosse Pointe North High School senior Courtney Lamparski was only 4 years old when the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks took place, but it’s something she’ll never forget. ...Read More




Patriot Day comes home

FARMINGTON — A 3-foot-tall piece of steel from the World Trade Center will be unveiled and dedicated during Patriot Day at City Hall in downtown Farmington to commemorate terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers 13 years ...Read More




Roseville man serves country as submariner

Roseville man serves country as submarinerROSEVILLE — In 2010, a former Roseville High School graduate decided to follow in his family’s footsteps and joined the U.S. military, and he soon found himself under the water.Petty Officer Alan Harris, a 1997 ...Read More




Polish Mission honors American, Polish WWII vets

Polish Mission honors American, Polish WWII vetsORCHARD LAKE — Sept. 1, 1939, will haunt Polish history as the day the first shots of World War II were fired and Germany invaded Poland, according to JJ Przewozniak, curator of collections at the Polish Mission of the ...Read More




Ceremony honors local Korean War Medal of Honor recipient

Ceremony honors local Korean War Medal of Honor recipientFARMINGTON HILLS — It would be a remarkable understatement to just describe Korean War Medal of Honor recipient Robert E. Simanek as brave.Yet, if you let the 84-year-old Farmington Hills resident tell how he used his ...Read More




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September 23, 2014

Robber takes ATM user's money at gunpoint

Robber takes ATM user's money at gunpointA Roseville resident was robbed at gunpoint while using an ATM Sept. 22, and police are still looking for the suspect. At approximately 9:30 p.m., the victim was at the Bank of America at 12 Mile and Little Mack when he noticed the suspect walk up behind him. ...Read More

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