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Published November 21, 2022

C&G Newspapers

OAKLAND COUNTY — Motorists across the state should be extra cautious behind the wheel and be on the lookout for deer for the next few months.

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Published November 21, 2022

NOVI — Sixth grade students were forced to evacuate Novi Meadows Elementary School Nov. 16 after yet another threat was found on a bathroom wall at a Novi school.

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Published November 21, 2022

SOUTHFIELD — After COVID put it on hold for two years, the Potters Market is back in time for the holiday season, with more than 35,000 pieces of pottery on offer from 124 artists, including 55 artists making their debut at the show.

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Published November 17, 2022

EASTPOINTE — A domestic incident in Eastpointe Nov. 16 left one person dead, according to police.

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Published November 17, 2022

FARMINGTON HILLS — On Nov. 11, Farmington Hills Police Chief Jeff King issued a statement about a North Farmington High School student being arrested for posting photographs of a nonsexual nature of female students to a pornographic website.

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Published November 16, 2022

STERLING HEIGHTS — There’s a new place to run along the Red Run Drain in Sterling Heights.

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Published November 16, 2022

NOVI — A 67-year-old Novi man was killed during the early morning Nov. 16 after he lost control of his vehicle and collided with another on Novi Road, south of Grand River Avenue, police said.

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Published November 16, 2022

WARREN — The discovery of a sinkhole in Warren has led to repairs that may have prevented a bigger problem. The sinkhole was found last week on 10 Mile Road at Loretta Avenue, west of Mound Road.

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Published November 15, 2022

ROSEVILLE — A man who was originally facing felony charges related to a body found in the bed of a pickup truck that he was driving at the time of a crash Oct. 27 is now facing a felony murder charge.

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Published November 15, 2022

FERNDALE — Ferndale police arrested two Ferndale High School students a day apart for separately making threats against the school. 

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Published November 15, 2022

ROCHESTER — For the past month or so, crews have been hard at work installing thousands of strands of lights to prepare downtown Rochester for the annual debut of its Big, Bright Light Show.

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Published November 14, 2022

ROSEVILLE — A Roseville High School student is facing charges after allegedly bringing a gun to school.

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Published November 14, 2022

ROCHESTER HILLS — Oakland University police have issued an “all-clear” following reports of two gunmen on campus Nov. 14.

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Published November 11, 2022

EASTPOINTE — The city of Eastpointe and its mayor are being sued by several residents who allege that they had their First Amendment rights violated during public comment portions of multiple City Council meetings earlier this year.

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Published November 10, 2022

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Nov. 5, the Shelby Township Police Department lost one of its members.

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Published November 9, 2022

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HUNTINGTON WOODS/ROYAL OAK — A late September day for a volunteer animal foster parent turned out to be a lucky one for a newborn kitten.

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Published November 7, 2022

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MOUNT CLEMENS — On Oct. 25, Macomb County officials welcomed three guests of honor at its Department of Roads and COMTEC Center in Mount Clemens.

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Published November 4, 2022

STERLING HEIGHTS — After years of city deliberation about the future of the Lakeside Mall area, the public is finally able to see the ripple effect, thanks to newly revealed concept designs.

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Published November 4, 2022

FARMINGTON HILLS — Approximately five years ago, Farmington Hills resident Scott Schneider scheduled a regular checkup with his doctor.

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Published November 3, 2022

WEST BLOOMFIELD — Although the word “home” can take on a significant meaning for many people, for local couple Gina and Rob Gregory, the place that they call home is so special that they believed it was worthy of filling the pages of a book.

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