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Published November 16, 2018

ROYAL OAK — On Nov. 12, the Royal Oak City Commission voted 4-3 to prohibit recreational marijuana establishments in the city and also directed staff to solicit public input so the city can construct a framework for potentially allowing such establishments.

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Published November 16, 2018

OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — Archery novices are invited to the Gobble Shoot at Marsh View Park Nov. 24.

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Published November 16, 2018

ROCHESTER/ROCHESTER HILLS/OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — Small businesses often pour their energy, time and money into local events and organizations that help strengthen the ties within a community.

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Published November 16, 2018

OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — Horse riding enthusiasts can utilize two new hitching posts at Cranberry Lake Park, on Predmore Road.

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Published November 16, 2018

SOUTHFIELD — When it comes to automobiles, it’s safe to say the Tremontis know a thing or two. What started as a small car wash in Oak Park in 1979 by John Tremonti Sr. has grown into three car washes and three auto repair shops under the Midas franchise.

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Published November 16, 2018

DETROIT — In 1911, a group of men from the Detroit area with a love for amateur theater put their talents together to create the ideal atmosphere for their monthly performances.

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Published November 16, 2018

GROSSE POINTE SHORES — Visitors to the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House have for years enjoyed holiday tours and hearing tales about the home’s original occupants, but this year, they’re in for a new experience as they learn about another generation of the family.

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Published November 16, 2018

GROSSE POINTES — Online shopping at sites like Amazon might be convenient, and big box chains like Walmart might be cheap, but what have either of them ever done for your hometown?

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Published November 16, 2018

BIRMINGHAM — Christmastime in Birmingham is always special. But this year’s festivities will be a little more memorable, since they will serve as the conclusion of the city’s yearlong bicentennial celebration.

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Published November 16, 2018

BIRMINGHAM — The owner of The Italian Dish, Holly Anselmi, comes from a long line of entrepreneurs. “My grandfather had a roller rink in Waterford,” she said. “My cousins have a business, and my brother is a local attorney. There is a little bit of it in our blood.”

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Published November 16, 2018

While Michigan may now be the 10th state in the union to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana for recreational use, some municipal administrators aren’t as pumped about the new industry as the throngs of voters who passed the measure on Election Day.

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Published November 15, 2018

BERKLEY — John Hopkins was walking through the halls of Berkley High School, talking about why he loves his job, his excitement for the upcoming school play, and saying quick hellos to students and teachers passing by.

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Published November 15, 2018

BERKLEY/FERNDALE — Local businesses comprise the heart of many towns and communities.

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Published November 15, 2018

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SOUTHFIELD/FARMINGTON HILLS — While driving along westbound Interstate 696 to southbound Interstate 275 in Farmington Hills, Trooper Vicki Moreau DeVries Memorial Highway is bound to catch one’s attention.

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Published November 15, 2018

FARMINGTON — Scott Colburn Boots & Western Wear owner Sarah Colburn believes that small businesses succeed on the strength of their employees and the dedication of their customers — and she wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Published November 15, 2018

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — An event such as the death of an infant or a stillbirth is a devastating time for a mother and her family. That’s why St. Therese of Lisieux Parish in Shelby Township and Angels Above Baby Gowns in Garden City have teamed up to offer small care packages that can bring sympathy and comfort to grieving families.

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Published November 15, 2018

SHELBY/UTICA — Shopping locally can have more benefits for you than getting that crazy new deal. Shopping locally can help keep your own town thriving and keep the money you spend in the community you live in, while also keeping your taxes lower. Nobody likes paying out their well-earned money, so why not make sure it comes back to you somehow?

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Published November 15, 2018

ST. CLAIR SHORES — They are what make St. Clair Shores unique, according to Mayor Kip Walby.

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Published November 15, 2018

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Huge canvas paintings of spirituality, tiny portraits of music players, photographs so realistic that viewers inspect the image carefully looking for three-dimensional aspects, and more are on display as part of the Lakeside Palette Club’s annual Fall Art Show.

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Published November 15, 2018

ST. CLAIR SHORES — The preservation and restoration of the Selinsky-Green Log House began in 1974 when the structure was threatened with demolition as a result of the construction of the Interstate 696/Interstate 94 freeway interchange.

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