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Published July 30, 2018

ROSEVILLE — Steenland Elementary School, 16335 Chestnut St., is hosting the Roseville Community Schools district’s five-week summer learning program, which started in early July and will end Aug. 9.Read More

Published July 30, 2018

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OAKLAND COUNTY — Tammy Warren made up her mind to stop eating meat six years ago after thinking that other animals in the world are just as important to her as Delilah, her 13-year-old daschund.

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Published July 30, 2018

WEST BLOOMFIELD — A local group focused on making the best of life with cancer is set to host its biennial luncheon early next month with a leading expert on cancer research.

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Published July 30, 2018

WEST BLOOMFIELD — Residents Ekrem Bardha and daughter Donika Bardha celebrated U.S. Independence Day different than most — they were honored with a Presidential Medal from the president of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci. 

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Published July 30, 2018

BIRMINGHAM — According to Janet Beylin, a museum educator at the Cranbrook Institute of Science, Leonardo da Vinci had one of the most notable artistic and intellectual minds in history.

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Published July 30, 2018

UTICA — The city of Utica is still in the process of working to adopt a local Boy Scout’s request to build a dog park in Utica. The dog park is part of an Eagle Scout project planned by Charlie Borus, a Boy Scout with a Rochester troop and a Utica High School student, that is aimed to better the community for both dogs and their owners.

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Published July 29, 2018

SHORES — Although they didn’t technically turn it down, Grosse Pointe Shores officials did, in essence, say no to a proposed intergovernmental agreement with their neighbors and the school district that would have brought high-speed fiber optic data services to the community.

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Published July 27, 2018

WARREN — Registration for Summerfest 2018 is filling up fast. It’s no wonder why. The signature outreach event of Warren’s Liberty Foursquare Church has been providing things like backpacks full of back-to-school supplies, sports physicals, haircuts, bike repairs and family photos at the end of summer for 15 years now.

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Published July 27, 2018

WARREN — On Aug. 7, Warren voters will decide whether to keep the city’s police, fire and emergency medical services funded at their current levels, through taxes originally approved in 1979 and levied a year later.

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Published July 27, 2018

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — A family connection and a bit of serendipity led Shelby Township residents Dennis and Elena Olivieri to the 1954 Ford Customline that sits in their garage today. 

 

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Published July 25, 2018

In the Farmington Press’ coverage area, voters will decide on a 10-year parks and recreation millage in the Aug. 7 primary election, as well as their picks for governor, and state and national offices.

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Published July 25, 2018

In the Southfield Sun’s coverage area, for the Aug. 7 primary election voters will decide upon the candidates who will compete in the Nov. 6 general election for governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and state Senate, as well as the Oakland County Board of Commissioners.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

In the Troy Times' coverage area, for the Aug. 7 primary election, voters will decide upon the candidates for nomination to compete in the Nov. 6 general election for governor, U.S. Senate, the  U.S. House of Representatives and the state Senate, as well as the Oakland County Board of commissioners.

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Published July 25, 2018

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BIRMINGHAM — Landscape photographer Bill Jackson said he’s inspired by what’s popular in New York City, which he described as “the center of the art world on the planet,” and he brings that inspiration back to the Midwest. 

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Published July 25, 2018

In the Macomb Township Chronicle’s coverage area Aug. 7, voters will decide a number of state and county government races, as well as a proposal to renew the SMART millage.  Candidates were asked, in 75 words or fewer, to state their top goal(s) if elected.

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Published July 25, 2018

METRO DETROIT — How did America let this happen, and who is to blame?

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Published July 25, 2018

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — In an era of uncertainty, Clinton Township Clerk Kim Meltzer is making sure safety is not compromised — especially in places where citizens express their democratic rights.

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Published July 25, 2018

In the Chronicle’s coverage area, voters will pick candidates for various offices in county and state primary elections Aug. 7.

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Published July 25, 2018

Hunting season is almost back in Sterling Heights, at least when it comes to searching for bargains on used items. The city will host its summer tradition, the Treasure Hunters Market, Aug. 11 at Dodge Park.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

In the Sentry’s coverage area, voters will decide the party nominees for November races involving the governor, U.S. Congress, the Michigan Legislature and more Aug. 7. A Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation ballot proposal will also appear.

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