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Published March 9, 2011

Sticking your nose in a book doesn’t have to be a solitary activity, as more and more avid readers are banding together to share in their common interest.

Book clubs are ever present in today’s society, with readers young and old joining groups offered in their communities and forming their own tight-knit circles.

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Published March 9, 2011

DETROIT — A 209-pound Newfoundland rolled onto his back in the middle of an aisle at the Detroit Kennel Club Dog Shows, held at Cobo Center March 5-6. He milked every pat he got from passers-by charmed by his gentle demeanor and fluffy brown coat.

He was among thousands of dogs of countless breeds that were also doing their very best to woo the public — in between competitions, that is.

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Published March 3, 2011

With help from a Hazel Park officer, Ferndale Police tracked down a group of teens that injured a pedestrian after hitting him with their car while he was walking.

According to Detective Lt. Bill Wilson, at around 4:20 p.m. on Feb. 28, Ferndale officers responded to a report from a man who said that someone had just intentionally hit him with their car door near Martin Road and Chestnut Street. The 21-year-old Ferndale man was walking northbound on Martin when he observed a green, early 1990s-model Mercury Cougar approaching from the opposite direction.

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Published March 2, 2011

BIRMINGHAM — Celebrities, local actors and movie buffs will come together during the first annual Uptown Film Festival to celebrate an event organizers say will showcase the best films made in Michigan over the past year.

Established this year by leaders in the Michigan film industry, the Uptown Film Festival is a two-night celebration of productions created entirely or in part in the state to recognize the Michigan film industry.

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Published February 23, 2011

Although spring is nearly a month away, “kitten season” is gearing up this month, meaning that local shelters may soon be filled to the brim with fuzzy faces needing good homes?.

But until they can find their forever family, help is needed to nurture the babies in their first few weeks, making sure they get the care they need to become good pets.

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Published February 16, 2011

It’s a special group, the Heart of the Hills Players. There is one major qualification for taking part: You’ve got to love making people smile.

You also have to be over the age of 50. The organization is the largest community theater group in the region comprised solely of seniors.

Melanie Lee of Warren, who said she’s a “very vigorous 78-year-old,” feels that joining the group over a decade ago was one of the best decisions she’s ever made.

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Published February 15, 2011

Police are still looking for two armed robbery suspects who hit the Sherwin Williams paint store at 19849 Mack around 4:22 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4.

Detective Kevin Bonk said they were still seeking tips and leads from anyone who might have seen the suspects or who might recognize them, and Crimestoppers is now offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to their arrest.

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Published February 14, 2011

A 19-year-old Detroit man was arrested for attempting to escape police following a routine traffic stop.

At about 4:15 p.m. on Feb. 11, a Ferndale police officer pulled over a Ford Explorer with defective equipment on East Nine Mile Road, near Romeo Street, said Detective Lt. Bill Wilson. As the officer approached the vehicle, the driver, Brandon Williams, suddenly took off at a high rate of speed.

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Published February 11, 2011

A convenience store clerk fought off a pair of attackers in the early morning hours of Feb. 10 before police arrived to arrest them.

According to Detective Lt. Bill Wilson, at around 4:30 a.m. on Feb. 10, three customers entered the 7-Eleven at 805 E. Nine Mile Road, at Hilton Road. One of the customers, 22-year-old David Downing of Hazel Park, was acting unruly and began yelling threats at the clerk.

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Published February 8, 2011

The Public Safety Department is seeking the public’s assistance to identify a man who they say thus far stole liquor on six occasions during the past three months from the downtown CVS on Farmington Road.

The man typically walks into the store, selects liquor from the shelves, leaves without paying and enters a dark, sport-utility vehicle that is waiting for him.

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Published February 1, 2011

Asked to reveal words of wisdom after 50 years of marriage, Ed Lewandowski was quick to reply in exactly the way his wife, Sharon, predicted.

“I don’t have any wisdom,” he quipped. “I’m married.”

But contrary to his claims, the St. Clair Shores resident and his wife, along with other local couples, recently shared some of what they’ve learned along the way as they’ve faced life’s challenges —together.

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Published February 1, 2011

The right neighborhood. The right price. The right layout, lot and size. It’s the perfect home — or not.

There are a number of major issues that could be lurking under the cosmetically pleasing surface of a home, many of which can be very costly.

That — and liability issues on the seller’s end — is why getting a home inspection has become an essential part of the home-buying process since the late 1970s nationally and the early ‘80s in Michigan, according to Jon Ormiston, president of All Points Inspection in Rochester.

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Published January 20, 2011

Just because they wear fur coats doesn’t mean dogs and cats don’t get cold.

With the bitterness of winter upon us, the Humane Society is putting out a warning to pet owners, cautioning them not to leave their four-legged friends outdoors.

In extreme cases, the elements can take a dog or cat’s life. And it’s a crime to leave pets outside for too long without adequate shelter. Depending on the nature of the offense, people could face jail time, massive fines, community service hours or combinations of the three.

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Published January 19, 2011

Hibernating is for the bears.

Winter weather doesn’t have to force us to stay indoors and under the covers, counting the minutes until spring. As the flakes fall, Michigan offers healthy opportunities statewide to get out and enjoy the season, with activities from cross-country skiing and snowmobiling to ice fishing.

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Published January 19, 2011

STERLING HEIGHTS — Police say a woman who isn’t even legally old enough to drink was intoxicated when she attempted to pass another vehicle on Dequindre Jan. 16, triggering a three-car accident that left another woman dead.

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Published January 5, 2011

“Tough” is an understatement when describing the local housing market since 2005.

The ripple effect that unemployment and the ensuing foreclosure crisis has left — and is expected to continue leaving — an unprecedented number of homes on the market, crippling home values and sales across the state.

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The events in our calendar were submitted prior to the coronavirus crisis. As efforts have increased to contain the spread of the coronavirus, many events have been canceled. Read More... On March 13, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order to cancel all events statewide that involve more than 250 people. It is recommended that you call ahead if you still intend to attend one of these events.

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