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November 24, 2014


It’s official: Hodges wins final seat on Clawson Board of Education

CLAWSON — After a nearly three-week canvassing process, Andrea Hodges is the victor of the final open seat on the Clawson Public Schools Board of Education.Hodges was one of two residents to file as a write-in ...Read More

November 19, 2014

Metro Detroit

Invasive species a fact of life in local lakes and waterways

Invasive species a fact of life in local lakes and waterwaysMETRO DETROIT — As trade and travel continue to globalize, the risk of nonnative plants and animals getting into local ecosystems increases. And with the Great Lakes being a major trade route, they are at the epicenter ...Read More

November 5, 2014


Roseville announces preliminary plans for Rosefest

ROSEVILLE — If everything goes as planned, next June could see the inauguration of a new signature event: the Rosefest.City Manager Scott Adkins said the festival should run from June 19-21 with Roseville Memorial ...Read More

November 4, 2014

Oakland County

County launches initiative to combat heroin use

ROYAL OAK — Is the United States winning the war on drugs? It really depends on who you ask, according to nationally known drug expert Robert Stutman. If you’re thinking in terms of drug use, the county is doing well. According to Stutman, drug use declined almost 30 percent between 1970 and 2010. But at the same time, drug dependence has skyrocketed, going from 8.9 million people to 19 million people between 1992 and 2007. ...Read More

November 3, 2014

Shelby Township

Bringing Christmas to those who need it

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — The nonprofit group Friends of Foster Kids is looking for volunteers to “adopt” a foster child or two this Christmas by sponsoring their wish lists, wrapping presents, donating or just lending a helping hand where needed. ...Read More

October 29, 2014

Macomb Township

In reversal, township supports oil drilling halt

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — A month after choosing not to pass a moratorium on residential oil drilling, the Macomb Township Board of Trustees reversed course and approved a slightly modified version of the document. ...Read More

October 28, 2014

Rochester Hills

Deer are on the move in fall

ROCHESTER HILLS — Motorists should be on the lookout for deer during the months of October and November. “Breeding season for deer is when they are most active,” said Jim Kubicina, chair of the Rochester Hills Deer Management Advisory Committee. “Dusk and dawn are high-traffic times.” ...Read More

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November 25, 2014

School board member resigns after comment goes viral

Clawson Public Schools trustee Linda Grossmann submitted her resignation today after a video clip from a recent school board meeting went viral showing her remarking to “just shoot” the Kenwood Elementary School students who have food allergies. ...Read More

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