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Published December 15, 2016

1. ‘A Christmas Carol’
Now through Dec. 23 • Meadow Brook Theatre, Rochester

The Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol” will come to life onstage at Meadow Brook Theatre now through Dec. 23.

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Published December 10, 2016

With holiday baking underway in households across metro Detroit, we asked our readers to share some of their favorite Christmas cookie recipes.
Here's what we've gotten so far. Do you have one that we should include?
Click here to submit your own recipe, and we'll add it to the list.

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Published December 8, 2016

1. Ferndale Holiday Ice Festival
Saturday, Dec. 10 • Downtown Ferndale

The streets of downtown Ferndale will be lined with more than 40 ice sculptures during the annual Holiday Ice Festival from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10.

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Published December 1, 2016

1.  Noel Night
Saturday, Dec. 3 • Midtown, Detroit

Detroit’s cultural center will be filled with art, music, shopping and holiday cheer during the 44th annual Noel Night from 5 to 10 p.m. this Saturday.

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Published November 23, 2016

1. Small Business Saturday
Saturday, Nov. 26 • Metro Detroit

A big holiday gift list can often be tackled by shopping small.

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Published November 16, 2016

1. Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony
Friday, Nov. 18 • Campus Martius Park, Detroit

Detroit will ring in the holiday season with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, presented by the DTE Energy Foundation, on Friday, Nov. 18, at Campus Martius Park.

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Published November 10, 2016

1. FantastiCon
Nov. 12-13 • Gibraltar Trade Center, Mount Clemens

FantastiCon — a comic book and pop culture collector’s dream show — is coming to the Gibraltar Trade Center, 237 N. River Road in Mount Clemens, Nov. 12-13.

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Published November 9, 2016

Michael Bouchard has been re-elected as Oakland County sheriff, a position he’s held since 1999.

Receiving more than 59 percent of the vote with all 520 precincts reporting, Bouchard defeated his challenger, former Ferndale mayor Craig Covey, 375,308 votes to 257,759 votes.

“I’m certainly very appreciative of all our support,” Bouchard said of his win. “And not just on Election Day, but in general. They really do support the men and women of law enforcement, and it means a lot. It really does.”

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Published November 9, 2016

MACOMB COUNTY — Mirroring a stunning national trend, two well-known Democrats running for Macomb County clerk and treasurer, respectively, found themselves on the outside looking in Nov. 8 after the voters elected two relative newcomers from the Republican side of the ballot.

In the race to become the county’s next treasurer, incumbent Derek Miller was defeated by challenger Larry Rocca by a margin of 1,615 votes in a race that saw a total of 377,515 votes cast.

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Published November 9, 2016

METRO DETROIT —  On Election Day, voters in four counties weighed in on a transportation millage proposal by the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan, and they voted to strike down the plan.

According to unofficial results, in Oakland County, the proposal received 292,401 yes votes, or 49.91 percent, and 293,510  no votes, or 50.09 percent.

In Macomb County, the proposal received 148,159 yes votes, or 39.9 percent, and 222,806 no votes, or 60.1 percent. 

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Published November 1, 2016

WARREN — As thousands of Donald Trump supporters attended a campaign rally Oct. 31 at Macomb Community College’s South Campus, about a dozen protesters stood outside to make sure their voices were heard. 

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Published November 1, 2016

WARREN — With eight days left before Election Day, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump greeted thousands of supporters when he visited Macomb Community College’s Warren campus Oct. 31.

During his rally, Trump said he heard from his people that he is doing well in Michigan and is even with his chances to take the state. However, he said he didn’t think that even is good, so he decided to “go and win it.”

“We’re going to win Michigan, I’m telling you,” Trump said.

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Published October 27, 2016

Friday, Oct. 28

Halloween lock-in planned for tweens and teens
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Published October 20, 2016

1. Sterling Frights
Oct. 22 • Dodge Park, Sterling Heights

Dodge Park will be haunted by a host of families and kids when the third annual Sterling Frights Halloween event returns Oct. 22.

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Published October 13, 2016

For many Michiganders, fall isn’t complete without a trip to one of the state’s apple orchards, farms or pumpkin patches.

Not only are these activities a seasonal rite of passage, but they’re also helping the state gain traction as a thriving hub for agritourism.

Picking your own apples, sampling wine at a vineyard, or even stopping at a roadside vegetable stand are all agricultural adventures that not only help boost Michigan’s economy, but also make us feel more connected to where our food comes from.

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Published October 13, 2016

1. Shorestoberfest
Saturday, Oct. 15 • Veterans Memorial Park, St. Clair Shores

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Published October 5, 2016

1. Columbus Day Parade
Saturday, Oct. 8 • Downtown Mount Clemens

The local Italian-American community will host its annual Columbus Day Parade at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, in downtown Mount Clemens.

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Published September 29, 2016

1. Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream
Sept. 29-Oct. 2 • The Palace of Auburn Hills

Disney princesses and other much-loved characters will skate into The Palace of Auburn Hills this weekend with Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream.

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Published September 22, 2016

1. Festival of the Senses
Sept. 24-25 • Clinton Township

A two-day celebration of all mediums of art is coming to Clinton Township this weekend.

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Published September 17, 2016

STERLING HEIGHTS — It may be called “powderpuff” but the annual game between the Marian High School Mustangs and the Regina High School Satellites (redubbed “the Wolf Pack” for this year’s game) is anything but soft.

The two all-girl schools meet once a year in a powderpuff football game which the seniors from each high school practice for for weeks. They have traded the trophy back and forth after their last few meetings, with Regina winning in 2013 and 2015 and Marian winning in 2014.

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