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Published June 22, 2020

ERNDALE — A Teacher of the Year in the Ferndale Public Schools was awarded a multiyear vehicle lease from the Suburban Collection.

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Published June 22, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — As a Macomb Township firefighter, Joe Warne typically helps others facing medical issues and difficult circumstances.

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Published June 18, 2020

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP — More than 10 years have passed since Commerce Township resident LeDon Clayborn got a life-changing phone call.

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Published June 9, 2020

DETROIT — COVID-19 has claimed thousands of lives in Michigan, and while numbers might be declining, residents are still dying daily from the virus.

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Published June 9, 2020

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Whenever students return to in-person schooling, a familiar face won’t return, for good reason. Gary Faszholz’s last day on the job at Macomb Lutheran North was May 29. He is retiring from teaching after 44 years working in Lutheran schools, 39 of which were at the Macomb Township school as the art teacher.

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Published June 8, 2020

ROSEVILLE — Roseville Community Schools announced May 27 the passing of school board Trustee Ruth Green after a long battle with illness.

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Published May 22, 2020

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MACOMB COUNTY — The bench of the 16th Judicial Circuit Court has named Acting Prosecutor Jean Cloud to fill the role vacated when Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith resigned at the end of March.

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Published May 4, 2020

FARMS — One year ago, the first-ever Run, Walk ’n’ Roll 5K fundraiser to raise money for the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Pediatric Palliative Care Program in Ann Arbor was held at Grosse Pointe South High School. 

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Published March 24, 2020

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METRO DETROIT — A number of local neighborhood spots have received fresh, new looks on behalf of members of Boy Scout Troop No. 273.

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Published March 20, 2020

EASTPOINTE — Eastpointe’s mayor, Monique Owens, will be getting some higher education in the field of municipal leadership in a program at Harvard University.

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Published March 20, 2020

ROSEVILLE — The COVID-19 virus has made wearing surgical masks in public a common sight. However, with so many people wearing them, many medical facilities are running short, and the medical professionals who need them most can’t get them.

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Published March 20, 2020

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — A situation that began with local ties has now resulted in a federal act being advanced.It was announced March 5 that the House Foreign Affairs Committee had advanced the No Passport Fees for Heroes’ Families Act.

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Published March 18, 2020

TROY — Troy resident Lucretia Conley’s kidney was a perfect match for her daughter, Leigh Leader.

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Published March 18, 2020

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — This July, Brian Kay will have spent six years within the Clinton Township Parks and Recreation Department.

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Published March 16, 2020

ROSEVILLE — While many artists dream of having their work hung up in museums and being admired by adoring crowds, most artists work locally and create pieces for use in small projects or just because they enjoy the process of creating.

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Published March 13, 2020

DETROIT — People collect stamps, baseball cards and even cars, but in recent years one of the most popular things to collect has been sneakers.

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Published March 11, 2020

TROY — Former Secret Service Agent Radford Jones, 80, said that at age 23 he was the youngest agent ever to be assigned to protect a president: President John F. Kennedy and his family.

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Published March 11, 2020

FARMINGTON HILLS/ROCHESTER — Susie Lee, 17, a North Farmington High School senior and violinist, has added another win to her list of accomplishments by being named the Rochester Symphony Orchestra’s 2020 Young Artist Competition winner.

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Published March 11, 2020

FRASER — If you ask those who were closest to David Sutton, they will tell you it feels like they just saw him yesterday.

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Published March 6, 2020

EASTPOINTE — Several Eastpointe-area reenactors sold and traded their historically accurate clothing and equipment at a sale at the old one-room Eastpointe Schoolhouse Feb. 29.

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