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Published June 20, 2018

EASTPOINTE — Eastpointe officials toured the city June 1 to help create overall goals and priorities for the community.  The Recreation Authority of Roseville and Eastpointe provided the van for the tour, which involved no extra cost to the city.  The tour lasted two hours.Read More

Published June 15, 2018

EASTPOINTE — The summer of cruising is underway, and car shows held every day last week led up to the 20th anniversary edition of Eastpointe’s Cruisin’ Gratiot June 16. Every year, car lovers from near and far prepare their classic vehicles for the anticipated week.

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Published June 15, 2018

EASTPOINTE — The Roseville City Council voted 7-0 during its June 12 meeting to repeal the city’s ordinance, which had been approved two weeks earlier, to create a Department of Public Safety after an outpouring of comments and concerns from the Roseville Fire Department, firefighters&rsRead More

Published June 13, 2018

EASTPOINTE — Residents who vote at Koepsell School, 21760 Raven Ave., during elections — which houses Precinct 14 — will move temporarily to Christian Trinity Assembly of God, 21770 Kelly Road, for the Aug. 7 state election.Read More

Published June 13, 2018

EASTPOINTE — After discussing four proposals provided by four firms, all members of the Eastpointe City Council June 5 voted in favor of GovHR USA to oversee the search for a new Eastpointe city manager.Read More

Published June 13, 2018

ROSEVILLE — One month after Roseville residents voted in favor of the Roseville Community Schools $59.4 million, 26-year bond proposal, the district is already making visible strides with the allocated monies.Read More

Published June 13, 2018

EASTPOINTE — The Eastpointe City Council voted 3-2 to rescind the city’s water shut-off policy during its June 5 meeting at Eastpointe City Hall.Read More

Published June 5, 2018

EASTPOINTE — An Arts and Cultural Diversity Commission is coming to Eastpointe after the Eastpointe City Council unanimously adopted the ordinance to form the nine-member commission May 15. 

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Published June 5, 2018

ROSEVILLE — Students at Conner Creek Academy East, 16911 Eastland St., learned about nutrition May 30 during “Jump with Jill,” a music-based health program for kids. 

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Published June 5, 2018

EASTPOINTE — Inclement weather couldn’t stop Denise Davis and the Motor City Sensations May 30 as they kicked off Eastpointe’s Music in the Plaza concert series, which moved into Eastpointe City Hall for a cool concert. 

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Published June 5, 2018

EASTPOINTE — Eastpointe’s VIP Parade during Cruisin’ Gratiot is scheduled for 1 p.m. June 16, and the East Detroit Tigercats — a nonprofit organization for youth football and cheerleading — will be this year’s grand marshal. 

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Published June 5, 2018

ROSEVILLE — Veterans Memorial Park, 27325 Barkman St., will house Roseville’s family-friendly RoseFest June 7-10.

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Published May 30, 2018

EASTPOINTE/ROSEVILLE — School is almost over and summer is near. Both local libraries, the Eastpointe Memorial Library, 15875 Oak Ave., and the Roseville Public Library, 29777 Gratiot Ave., have announced programs for all ages to enjoy throughout the month of June.Read More

Published May 30, 2018

ROSEVILLE — Summer is almost here and so is Roseville’s family-friendly RoseFest June 7-10 at Veterans Memorial Park, 27325 Barkman St.  RoseFest hours will be 5-10 p.m. June 7; 5-11 p.m. June 8; noon-midnight June 9; and noon-9 p.m. June 10.

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Published May 30, 2018

EASTPOINTE/ROSEVILLE — Seniors at Eastpointe High School and Roseville High School are closing their four-year chapters May 31 and will embark on a new journey in the fall.Read More

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