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Published June 5, 2019

METRO DETROIT — Henna is a rich part of Indian culture, and is a staple at weddings. It is also used during religious ceremonies, baby showers, parties and get-togethers.

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Published June 5, 2019

METRO DETROIT — Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force Dwight Eisenhower famously said the task of D-Day would not be an easy one, given the enemy was “well-trained, well-equipped and battle-hardened.”

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Published June 5, 2019

LANSING — The literacy crisis in Michigan has not improved, leading to a new push from state legislators to address statewide deficiencies.

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Published June 5, 2019

METRO DETROIT — The scent of charcoal smoldering in the air. The sounds of kids playing cornhole. Watching the sunset from a chaise lawn chair. It's all part of the camping experience in Michigan.

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Published June 5, 2019

METRO DETROIT — Have you ever wondered how and why family members decide to work together to make a business thrive? C & G Newspapers asked some folks who have been doing it successfully for years, as well as a family that has just branched out to the second generation.  

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Published June 5, 2019

METRO DETROIT — If you have a small backyard, your big ideas can be right at home. According to local experts, homeowners with small backyards don’t have to scale down their big ideas, and a few simple yard hacks can make your space seem bigger than it really is.

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Published June 5, 2019

GROSSE POINTE PARK — In an effort to ensure that all residents of the Grosse Pointe Public School System, or GPPSS, are being heard on the district’s redistricting plan, the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, or MDCR, held four listening sessions to hear from the public on the matter.

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Published June 4, 2019

GROSSE POINTE CITY — With changes coming to allocations of Community Development Block Grant funds distributed by Wayne County, Grosse Pointe City hopes to use this year’s funding to finish making a few of its more significant intersection ramps more accessible to the blind and visually impaired.

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Published June 4, 2019

GROSSE POINTE CITY — A truck that has exceeded its lifespan is getting replaced in Grosse Pointe City. The City will be buying a 2019 Freightliner — to serve as a garbage and snowplow truck — to replace a 2003 International truck that has a Leach 25-yard rear-loading rubbish packer. The City Council unanimously approved the purchase at a meeting April 15.

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Published June 4, 2019

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — The Grosse Pointe Woods Department of Public Safety is alerting residents to a scam regarding Social Security benefits. The department has received several reports about people pretending to be from the Social Security Administration. These individuals are trying to get personal information from residents by contacting them by telephone. The alleged scammers are primarily targeting senior citizens.

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Published June 4, 2019

GROSSE POINTE CITY — Because interest payments on the voter-approved facilities bond start this year, Grosse Pointe City residents will be seeing their tax bills go up at the start of the 2019-20 fiscal year July 1.

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Published June 4, 2019

GROSSE POINTE CITY — A major new building in Grosse Pointe City is getting signs that officials say reflect its scope. The two-story Saros Building, at 17108 Mack Avenue, is situated at the corner of Mack and Cadieux Road, on the border of Grosse Pointe Park.

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Published June 4, 2019

GROSSE POINTE SHORES — Visitors to Osius Park this summer will be able to go online without consuming their personal data. During a meeting May 21, the Grosse Pointe Shores City Council voted 5-2 in favor of a proposal to add Wi-Fi service to the park, at least for the summer.

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Published May 30, 2019

It’s been decades since a car rolled off the line at the now-defunct American Motors Corp., but for longtime AMC enthusiast Tim Stolarski, of Macomb Township, the brand is still alive and well — at least in his own driveway. 

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Published May 29, 2019

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Published May 29, 2019

METRO DETROIT — Warm up to cooking outdoors with these tips from folks who know their way around the grill grates.

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Published May 29, 2019

METRO DETROIT — Los Angeles-based celebrity fitness trainer Alex Fine will be competing in a 50-mile ultramarathon to raise money for HAVEN of Oakland County.

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Published May 28, 2019

GROSSE POINTE FARMS/GROSSE POINTE WOODS/GROSSE POINTE PARK — Get ready for blast off: It’s time for the annual summer reading program at the Grosse Pointe Public Library. The program — open to children, teenagers and adults — is a chance for residents to keep up on their reading during the summer months. This year’s summer reading theme, “Universe of Stories,” will coincide with the 50-year anniversary of the first moon landing in 1969.

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Published May 28, 2019

GROSSE POINTE SHORES — The closing off of the Osius Park parking lot to non-Grosse Pointe Shores residents seems to have had some unintended consequences. Shores city officials approved a guardhouse at the parking lot entrance — similar to what the other residents-only parks in the Pointes have — as an effort to improve security; the gatehouse was installed this spring. Now, residents who live near Schroeder Field, which is across the street from Osius Park, say that attendees of Schroeder Field activities are creating traffic jams and safety hazards in their neighborhood.

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Published May 28, 2019

GROSSE POINTE PARK — Grosse Pointe Park officials say the budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year — which begins July 1 — is fairly similar to the current budget. During a meeting May 13, the Park City Council unanimously voted in favor of the new budget and millage rates.

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