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Published July 13, 2020

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MACOMB COUNTY — On July 8, Macomb County announced the second round of business sustainability grants, totaling $5 million for businesses with 50 or more employees.

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Published July 13, 2020

GROSSE POINTE CITY — As of July 13, the Neff Park pool in Grosse Pointe City remained closed because a lifeguard self-reported a positive COVID-19 test July 9.

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Published July 13, 2020

ROCHESTER HILLS — A member of the Adams High School football coaching staff has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Rochester Community Schools district. 

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Published July 7, 2020

ROCHESTER HILLS — The Detroit Institute of Arts’ 2020 Inside|Out program will once again bring art to Rochester this summer. Megan Hawthorne, the DIA’s community program manager, said the art museum launched the project in 2010.

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Published July 7, 2020

SOUTHFIELD — The Southfield City Council recently unanimously approved the placement of two new medical marijuana facilities.

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Published July 7, 2020

SOUTHFIELD/LATHRUP VILLAGE — Using 2019 data provided by the Michigan State Police, Michigan Auto Law — which is a firm comprising auto accident attorneys — compiled a list of the “Top 20 Most Dangerous Intersections,” naming two local intersections.

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Published July 7, 2020

ROCHESTER — In the 1930s, Walnut Boulevard, just a block west of Rochester’s growing Main Street, was lined with tall, lush trees and enough churches to give it the nickname Church Street.

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Published July 7, 2020

SOUTHFIELD — The city of Southfield showed its support for the Black Lives Matter movement recently by installing banners with the message along Evergreen Road.

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Published July 7, 2020

ROCHESTER/ROCHESTER HILLS/OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — When the doors of the Older Persons’ Commission facility closed to members March 14 due to the COVID-19 crisis, the organization’s essential services to homebound seniors kicked into high gear, officials said.

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Published July 7, 2020

ROCHESTER/ROCHESTER HILLS/OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — An operating millage renewal for the Older Persons’ Commission, which also includes an OPC millage increase, is planned for the August primary election.

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Published July 7, 2020

ROCHESTER HILLS — After months of being closed, the Rochester Hills Public Library reopened to the public July 6 with an occupancy limit of 180 patrons and additional safety restrictions in place.

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Published July 7, 2020

SOUTHFIELD — Since the state shutdown order was rescinded June 1, some local houses of worship are opting to stay closed, while others are welcoming back their members.

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Published July 7, 2020

ROCHESTER — Although this summer may look a little different than in years past, there is still plenty of fun to be had in downtown Rochester.

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Published July 7, 2020

TROY — The Troy City Council aims to gauge residents’ thoughts on how to move forward on a request for voters to decide on a possible new library millage.

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Published July 7, 2020

TROY — About 500 people stopped by the Troy Farmers Market June 19 and 26, shopping outdoors for fresh produce and other food items.

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Published July 7, 2020

TROY — Kaori Marikawa, 18, of Troy, attends high school in Bloomington, Indiana. An accomplished violinist, she arrived home this spring unexpectedly due to the coronavirus shutdown.

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Published July 7, 2020

TROY — Jeff Gifford, Troy’s Firefighter of the Year, was interested in firefighting from a young age.

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Published July 7, 2020

METRO DETROIT — “COVID-19 was a wakeup call for the global manufacturing industry,” said Tom Kelly, executive director for Automation Alley, at a June 30 press conference at the facility.

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Published July 7, 2020

DETROIT — Museums and other cultural institutions in Detroit are starting to reopen, but with COVID-19 still very much a concern, these facilities are taking steps to keep guests and staff safe.

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Published July 7, 2020

GROSSE POINTE FARMS — Construction has begun at the Grosse Pointe Public Library’s Central Branch to build a new outdoor community plaza with free Wi-Fi and to renovate the front porch to add an outdoor seating area.

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