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Tiffany Esshaki

C&G Staff Reporter – Birmingham Bloomfield Eagle


Staff Writer Tiffany Esshaki covers Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills and Bloomfield Township as well as Oakland County Parks and Recreation and Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center. Esshaki has worked for C & G Newspapers since 2011 and attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Oakland Community College. She’s the recipient of several awards from the Michigan Press Association and the Detroit chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Published October 7, 2019

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OAKLAND COUNTY — In a world on edge over the future of our planet’s natural resources, it’s nice to take a moment to relish what’s going right in our own little ecosystem.

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Published October 7, 2019

BIRMINGHAM — The Birmingham City Commission will face a number of decisions in the next four years, and many of them will have to do with the city’s downtown.

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Published September 30, 2019

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP — According to investigators, it doesn’t appear that speed or alcohol were factors in a crash that killed a Bloomfield Hills man last week at Long Lake Road and Wabeek Drive.

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Published September 30, 2019

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OAKLAND COUNTY — The Oakland County Parks and Recreation system is always dreaming up new fun activities for residents to enjoy, like the new archery range, the upcoming off-road vehicle park and family-friendly programming.

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Published September 30, 2019

FRANKLIN — Not all of the fun festivities that fall brings are for the kiddos. The grown-ups deserve a good time too.

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Published September 30, 2019

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP — The Police and Fire departments shared their plans with the Board of Trustees Sept. 23 on how they could restructure their operations to accommodate a slashed budget.

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Published September 25, 2019

METRO DETROIT — It was nearly seven years and 175 pounds ago when Jill Clark, of Troy, decided she’d had just about enough.

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Published September 23, 2019

BIRMINGHAM — At the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, the sights don’t stay the same for very long.

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Published September 23, 2019

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OAKLAND COUNTY — Young people around the world skipped out on class Sept. 20 to participate in the Global Climate Strike, a demonstration of young people advocating for a reduction and even an end to the use of fossil fuels to protect the Earth for their generation and beyond.

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Published September 23, 2019

BIRMINGHAM — The Birmingham City Clerk’s Office is in flux at the moment with the sudden resignation of Clerk Cherilynn Mynsberge, the appointment of the city’s deputy clerk to serve in her stead, and a call for people to work as election inspectors in the upcoming fall election and during next year’s 2020 presidential election cycle.

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Published September 18, 2019

METRO DETROIT — When bumper-to-bumper traffic adds another 20 or 30 minutes to your daily commute, you might need something a little more potent than Billboard’s Top 40 hits.

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Published September 17, 2019

METRO DETROIT — For pets in the state of Michigan, there’s good news.

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Published September 17, 2019

BIRMINGHAM — Whether it’s ghostly legends or true tales from generations past, there’s something about fall that makes for good storytelling.

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Published September 17, 2019

BIRMINGHAM — Dr. Michael Lutz is a urologist. He has, unfortunately, seen lots of cases of prostate cancer in his day.

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Published September 9, 2019

FRANKLIN — There aren’t many wheat fields left in the village of Franklin these days, but tradition is tradition. It’s fall, and it’s time to build a scarecrow.

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