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Published August 31, 2018

C&G Newspapers

ROSEVILLE/DETROIT — Approximately an hour and a half after Roseville police sent out an alert Aug. 31 asking for help to find two missing young people, the Roseville Police Department reported that the young people had been found and are OK.

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Published August 31, 2018

C&G Newspapers

ROSEVILLE — Police are asking for the public’s help to find two missing young people.

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Published July 3, 2018

CLAWSON — Shortly before 9:30 a.m. July 3, the Clawson Police Department posted on its Facebook page that a 13-year-old, who had been missing, has since been found and is safe.

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Published May 16, 2018

BERKLEY — If there’s one thing Berkley residents have criticized the city for over the past few years, it’s been the area of communications.Read More

Published May 27, 2016

FRASER — Fraser High baseball coach Dave Kuppe is not afraid to admit that he thought “it would be very difficult to get even a piece of the league championship this year.”

Due to Fraser’s inexperience and the players other teams in the Macomb Area Conference Gold Division were bringing back, Kuppe said he was hoping his team would finish second or third in the division.

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Published December 11, 2012

FARMINGTON HILLS — The community donated an impressive amount of supplies, money and encouragement to people in New Jersey recovering from the damage that Superstorm Sandy wrought.

Barbara Foley, a licensed psychologist in Farmington Hills with roots in New Jersey’s Ocean County, organized a drive to collect as many helpful items as possible to send to the devastated area.

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Published December 7, 2012

Farmington Hills police are asking for the public's help to find a missing 79-year-old resident who has dementia.

Howard Koss left home near 13 Mile and Haggerty at 7 a.m. Dec. 6 with his two dogs. He later called his family and was confused about how to get home, though he thought he was still in the general area, according to police.

Police discovered that he made a purchase at a gas station near 10 Mile and Novi roads at 8:15 p.m. Dec. 6, but that was the last documented contact with him.

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Published September 13, 2012

FARMINGTON — The Farmington Public Schools Board of Education recently voted 4-2 to renew its contracts with seven firms that provide legal representation across a spectrum of issues.

Two firms that work directly with the district received approval for increased rates.

During the school board’s midsummer meeting July 24, the board voted to extend the contracts at their then-current rates for a month while district administrators sought explanations for the proposed raises from four firms.

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Published September 5, 2012

FARMINGTON — The Farmington Public Schools Board of Education may agree to purchase a rapid prototype machine Sept. 11 that would bolster its science and engineering curriculum this year.

A proposal to buy the machine was put before the board at its Aug. 21 meeting. In February the board voted to expand its STEM education program — science, technology, engineering and math — using a free curriculum called Project Lead the Way.

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Published September 5, 2012

FARMINGTON HILLS — City administrators briefed City Council Aug. 13 on efforts to find savings within their vehicle fleet.

Those efforts include investigating fuel-efficient models, alternative fuels and the timing of selling old vehicles.

“We have 245 vehicles. That does include what I guess we would call off-road vehicles — some of our bigger equipment,” Farmington Hills management assistant Nate Geinzer said. Geinzer leads many of the city’s environmental efforts.

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Published September 5, 2012

FARMINGTON HILLS — The City Council would like to know more about the Property Assessed Clean Energy program and whether it could work in Farmington Hills, but council members have reservations about whether such a program would turn the city into a bank.

The council talked to Wendy Barrott, the Clean Energy Coalition’s PACE program administrator, at an Aug. 13 study session. Barrott works with the city of Ann Arbor, which started a PACE program last year following state legislation passed in 2010.

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Published August 29, 2012

FARMINGTON — Police believe a 21-year-old Taylor man, and likely someone else, took belongings left in at least 22 unlocked vehicles in the Chatham Hills subdivision, near Grand River and Halsted, during the early morning Aug. 15.

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Published August 29, 2012

FARMINGTON HILLS — The Michigan Department of Education recently released its annual Adequate Yearly Progress and EducationYES! School Report Cards, the results of which seemed to look discouraging for Farmington Public Schools. But looks can be deceiving, according to district officials.

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Published August 22, 2012

FARMINGTON HILLS — An Eastern Michigan University professor who often lectures about hate groups and the Internet told an audience at the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus Aug. 15 that education and critical thinking are ways to combat the gains that hate groups might make in cyberspace.

Jack Kay is a professor of communication, media and theater arts. Those in the audience comprised members of the public and numerous teachers participating in a weeklong seminar at the museum about teaching the Holocaust.

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Published August 22, 2012

FARMINGTON HILLS — Miss Farmington and each member of her court help put on a fundraiser at Drakeshire Lanes sometime during their year in the spotlight.

Second runner-up Grace Newlin will go first with one to support Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit 7-11 p.m. Oct. 26.

“We did a lot of donating during school and church, so that’s why I chose this as my charity,” said Newlin.

The fundraisers are among the reasons teens join the Miss Farmington pageant.

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