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Published July 25, 2018

With the page about to turn on another annual book sale, Terry Hojnacki said several local authors in her Creative Writers Workshop are getting excited. Some are even getting dressed for the occasion, she explained. “We have one author — he’s an immigrant from Iraq.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

In the St. Clair Shores Sentinel’s coverage area, voters will select candidates for various offices in county and state primary elections Aug. 7, as well as a countywide transportation millage.

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Published July 25, 2018

In the Madison-Park News’ coverage area, voters will decide two proposals in Hazel Park Public Schools, as well as races at the county and state levels for the primary election on Aug. 7. Candidates were asked, in 75 words or fewer, to state their top goals if elected.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

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

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Published July 25, 2018

HAZEL PARK — Those in search of affordable produce from local farmers and unique items by area artisans can check out the Hazel Park Growers and Makers Market. The market will be open every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Green Acres Park from now until Oct. 14.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

HAZEL PARK — The Hazel Park Arts Council has already lined up about 60 vendors for the 2018 Hazel Park Art Fair, but late applications are still being accepted.  The event, now in its seventh year, will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

In the Eastsider’s coverage area, voters in the Aug. 7 primary will pick candidates for governor, U.S. senator, U.S. representative, positions in the Michigan Legislature, positions in the county government, and a 39th District Court judge seat.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

Governor Four candidates are running for the Republican nomination, three candidates are running for the Democratic nomination, and two candidates are running for the Libertarian nomination to compete for one four-year term in November.

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Published July 25, 2018

FERNDALE — A Ferndale resident and Oakland University graduate will be heading to Japan as part of a program through the Office of the Consulate General of Japan in Detroit.Read More

Published July 25, 2018

HUNTINGTON WOODS — A young Huntington Woods resident is looking to change a law to allow the keeping of backyard chickens within the city’s limits.Read More

Published July 24, 2018

METRO DETROIT — Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, especially when it comes to home aesthetics.

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Published July 24, 2018

METRO DETROIT — Sunburns and swimmer’s ear are things that doctors would expect to see plenty of in their offices this time of year.

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Published July 24, 2018

ROCHESTER — People young and old celebrated the Rochester centennial in 1969, commemorating 100 years since Rochester was incorporated as a village.

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Published July 24, 2018

DETROIT — On July 11, thousands of youths from across southeastern Michigan descended on Belle Isle for the 38th annual Metro Detroit Youth Day.

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Published July 24, 2018

ROCHESTER — A former superintendent of the Rochester Community Schools district was honored last week when the district announced that his name will be placed on a new educational campus.

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Published July 24, 2018

In the Post’s coverage area, voters will choose candidates for state and national offices, as well as decide on a public transportation millage renewal question, in the Aug. 7 primary election. Candidates were asked, in 75 words or fewer, to state their top goals if elected.Read More

Published July 24, 2018

HARPER WOODS — On July 15, Redeemer United Methodist Church in Harper Woods hosted a rally and panel to help combat bullying in the community.

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Published July 24, 2018

ROCHESTER — The Rochester City Council recently gave the green light to a 137-unit senior living community at the northwest corner of Elizabeth and Second streets in downtown Rochester.

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Published July 24, 2018

In the Grosse Pointe Times’ coverage area, voters will choose candidates who will face off in the November general election for offices including governor and senator and decide two millages. Candidates were asked, in 75 words or fewer, to state their top goals if elected.Read More

Published July 24, 2018

GROSSE POINTE SHORES — Learn about the birds and the bees — and other beneficial bugs like butterflies — during the second annual Pollinator Palooza from noon to 4 p.m. Aug. 4 at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House.

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