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Sterling Heights May 1, 2015

Sterling Police Department invites use of station, lot for Craigslist deals

If you’re searching for a way to carry out online transactions in real life while lessening risk, the Sterling Heights Police Department has a deal for you.The Police Department announced April 24 that it is arranging ...Read More

Mount Clemens May 1, 2015

Construction of Mount Clemens parking structure begins May 4

MOUNT CLEMENS — Visitors seeking county services in downtown Mount Clemens may have a tougher time finding a parking space for the next nine months. ...Read More

Eastpointe May 1, 2015

East Detroit board member resigns

EASTPOINTE — Deena Trocino, East Detroit school board treasurer, announced her resignation at the end of the regular school board meeting April 27. Trocino said that her love for the district led her to that decision, as she enjoys working on the ground level with students, parents and the community. Being on the school board, she said, could be a conflict of interest. ...Read More

Legislature considers changing no-fault system

Metro Detroit April 30, 2015

Legislature considers changing no-fault system

Michigan’s no-fault insurance law, which has existed for around four decades, could face significant changes if the state Legislature and Gov. Rick Snyder pass through pending legislation, according to activists on both ...Read More

U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on marriage equality

Metro Detroit April 30, 2015

U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on marriage equality

METRO DETROIT — The eyes of the nation were on the U.S. Supreme Court on April 28 as it heard arguments for and against same-sex marriage. The cases were brought forth by Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. The first issue, directly involving Michigan, is whether it’s constitutional to deny same-sex couples the right to marry. The other issue is whether all states must recognize same-sex marriages conducted in other states. ...Read More

City Council nixes drone ban following outcry from hobbyists

Ferndale April 30, 2015

City Council nixes drone ban following outcry from hobbyists

When Ferndale residents got wind of the City Council possibly banning the use of drones anywhere in the city outside of private property, residents flooded the council chambers April 27 to protest the potential ordinance change. ...Read More

Grosse Pointes April 30, 2015

Grosse Pointe North closed due to bomb threat

The Grosse Pointe Woods Department of Public Safety announced the morning closure of Grosse Pointe North High School April 30 after an anonymous bomb threat was made the day before. ...Read More

Police search for three suspects after armed robbery

Roseville April 29, 2015

Police search for three suspects after armed robbery

A Roseville pharmacy fell victim to an armed robbery April 29, and police are searching for three suspects. ...Read More

Shelby firefighters give back to kids’ burn camp

Shelby Township April 29, 2015

Shelby firefighters give back to kids’ burn camp

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Every year, the Shelby Township Fire Local 1338 puts on a few major events to raise money for various charitable organizations, Fire Chief Jim Swinkowski said. According to Swinkowski, firefighters raised more than $25,000 for local charities in 2014. ...Read More

City explores tree preservation and wetland ordinances

Troy April 28, 2015

City explores tree preservation and wetland ordinances

At the repeated request of the Troy Planning Commission, Troy city staff will begin to explore options for regulating how developers cut down trees and alter unregulated wetlands.John Taylor, a resident on Forsythe, spoke ...Read More

Police arrest man for allegedly capturing, beating woman

Royal Oak April 28, 2015

Police arrest man for allegedly capturing, beating woman

A 29-year-old man was arrested and charged with a myriad of offenses after allegedly dragging a female friend into his basement and beating her for about five hours. ...Read More

Kupinski not guilty of murder in second degree

Eastpointe April 28, 2015

Kupinski not guilty of murder in second degree

A man accused of second-degree murder in the shooting death of an Eastpointe man in December was found not guilty of that charge April 28. ...Read More

East Detroit approves school uniform policy

Eastpointe April 28, 2015

East Detroit approves school uniform policy

The East Detroit Board of Education voted 4-3 April 27 to require that the school district’s students wear uniforms starting in the fall. ...Read More

Crime down, quality of  department up in 2014

Royal Oak April 27, 2015

Crime down, quality of department up in 2014

ROYAL OAK — Royal Oak Police Chief Corrigan O’Donohue released the department’s 2014 annual report last week, highlighting a 25 percent reduction in crime from four years ago and a department that is growing ...Read More

Detroit Zoo crowdfunds to harness energy from poop

Metro Detroit April 27, 2015

Detroit Zoo crowdfunds to harness energy from poop

ROYAL OAK — The Detroit Zoological Society is seeking $55,000 through online donations to construct a “biodigester,” a device that would collect the methane from animal waste and turn it into ...Read More