Andy Kozlowski

C&G Staff Reporter – []

Published September 30, 2022

HAZEL PARK — A woman will stand trial for allegedly speeding away from Hazel Park police with her infant in the car, slamming into another vehicle and injuring its driver, and then fighting with the responding officer.

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Published September 30, 2022

HAZEL PARK — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently made appointments to a variety of state boards and commissions, and Luke Londo, a member of the Hazel Park City Council, is one of them.

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Published September 22, 2022

SOUTHFIELD — Domestic violence is a complex problem that is present in every community, and Southfield is trying to be part of the solution. In addition to partnerships and police training aimed at resolving abuse situations, the city holds a walk each fall to raise awareness. The event empowers victims with the knowledge that help is available, and warns others that abuse won’t be tolerated.

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Published September 21, 2022

MADISON HEIGHTS — The Madison Heights Arts Board is celebrating its fifth year this fall and has much to show for it, from massive murals spanning the walls of buildings, to seasonal events like Trail Tunes and the Pumpkin Walk.

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Published September 21, 2022

MADISON HEIGHTS — The city of Madison Heights is gearing up for this year’s Trail Tunes, where musicians perform on the trail loop at Civic Center Park.

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Published September 21, 2022

MADISON HEIGHTS — The Madison Heights Women’s Club has cemented a reputation for itself as one of the most effective groups of do-gooders in the city.

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Published September 16, 2022

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OAKLAND COUNTY — Oakland County Parks and Recreation is developing plans to possibly convert the Red Oaks Golf Course into a walkable park with open space, trails and other amenities.

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Published September 15, 2022

MADISON HEIGHTS — Three trustees have resigned from the Madison District Public Schools Board of Education, citing compatibility issues with the rest of the board, and unease over social media discourse around a previous superintendent.

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Published September 8, 2022

SOUTHFIELD — People will soon come together to march against hate and discrimination during a walk by the Anti-Defamation League, or ADL, in the heart of Southfield. The event comes amid what organizers say has been an increase in antisemitic incidents in recent years.

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Published September 7, 2022

MADISON HEIGHTS — A Romulus man stands accused of entering a fire station in Madison Heights and driving away with one of the department’s vehicles.

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Published September 7, 2022

MADISON HEIGHTS — The city of Madison Heights is currently updating its zoning ordinance — the document that guides land use — while also working toward a special status through the state that would provide access to new resources for growth.

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Published September 7, 2022

HAZEL PARK — A series of signposts featuring pages from a children’s book are now on display at United Oaks Elementary School — a way to enjoy a story while going for a stroll. And in the spring, a grant-funded sensory garden will be added, as well.

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Published September 7, 2022

HAZEL PARK — A nonpartisan group will lead a discussion at the Hazel Park District Library about how the Earth is warming itself and manmade activity is making it worse, leading to extreme weather events and shifts in climate that have scientists very concerned.

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Published September 1, 2022

MADISON HEIGHTS — Massive murals continue to pop up in Madison Heights, turning empty walls into expansive fantasy worlds and scenes of natural splendor.

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Published August 25, 2022

SOUTHFIELD — From art and cooking to gardening and exercise, a local nonprofit is trying to provide meaningful activities for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, helping them to hone skills and nurture their creative side.

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