BTL Aug. 5 Primary Endorsements
Garnet Lewis is running in the 32nd District which includes Saginaw, Zilwaukee, Tidabawassee Township, Frankenmuth and Swartz Creek.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Thousands of residents remain without power following Sunday storms
High winds uprooted trees and knocked limbs to the ground while steady rain flooded streets during Sunday's severe storms in metro Detroit.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Observer & Eccentric
Supporters 'Raise the Roof' for HAVEN
The capacity crowd of nearly 400 people at the Troy Marriott raised more than $275,000 for HAVEN's inaugural "Raise the Roof" gala.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Observer & Eccentric
Who framed Berkley's Radatz?
Dick Radatz was an all-star Major League Baseball pitcher and arguably one of the best athletes to graduate from Berkley High School.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Berkley makes Coolidge resurfacing a priority
City councilmember Steve Baker doesn't believe Coolidge Highway projects the right image for residents and visitors as they enter the city.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Canton police seeking help identifying suspects
The primary is coming up and some of us will be out of town on vacation or work, so we will try to... The Canton Police Department is seeking help identifying suspects who police believe used stolen credit cards to make purchases in Canton and Belleville.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Marijuana ballot proposal, Vinsetta Garage parking issue highlight Berkley meeting tonight
It's going to be a busy night for the Berkley City Council as they tackle a pair of controversial issues in the city.
Hockey, housing and more: Ilitches unveil 'bold vision' for Red Wings arena district
Christopher Ilitch said, 'We're not just building a hockey arena. It's really about the district.'
Sunday Farmers Market open
Bouncing is just one of the free activities at the Jaycee Jamboree, July 31, in Berkley's Jaycee Park.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Judge Michael Talbot appointed chair of Madonna board
Judge Michael Talbot has been appointed chair of the Madonna University Board of Trustees, effective July 1. Talbot has served as a Madonna trustee since 2005.
Cruisin' for charity
With the Woodward Dream Cruise less than a month away, car enthusiasts got a head start at the Sixth Annual Garden Party.
Absentee ballots sent out for Redford primary; deadline approaches to file for school board
'We sent out 2,667 AV applications and mailed out 1,690 ballots from AV applications returned,' Betsy McRae, Redford Township's deputy clerk, said this week.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Miss Oakland, Miss Outstanding Teen crowned Saturday night
From left are: Demi Lashbrook, third runner-up; Victoria Lines, first runner-up; Miss Oakland County 2014 MacKenzie Strom; Chelsea Nedrow, fourth runner-up and Arianna Quan, second runner-up.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Michigan Senate leader ready to push for tighter reins on charter schools
State Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville. On Thursday, he said he would be working on legislation to provide better checks and balances on charter schools.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Lathrup Village Eccentric
Investigation ongoing in death of Royal Oak woman hit, dragged by garbage truck
The investigation into the death of the Royal Oak woman hit by a garbage truck July 2 in Berkley remains open as Berkley officers and the Michigan State Police continue to piece together details of the accident.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Police Rev Up Enforcement in Advance of Woodward Dream Cruise
Law enforcement efforts are being revved up in advance of the Aug. 16 Woodward Dream Cruise , a parade of classic cars - and new ones - down Woodward Avenue, the nation's first highway.
Ground to be broken on Cody High School's new field
The 90,000 sq. ft. synthetic turf gridiron will be built on the Stein Playfield, just northwest of the school.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Police Officer's Nose Knows: Tossed Cigarette Believed to be Behind Pizzeria Fire
Fire authorities are crediting Berkley police officer who followed her nose Tuesday morning for minimal fire and water damage at a pair of popular pizzerias on Woodward Avenue, Crispelli's Club Room and Uncle Andy's.
Township clerk expecting heavy election turnout
Northville Township Clerk Sue Hillebrand checks out the supply of optical ballot scanners as they prepare for the Aug. 5 primary election, which includes the local millage increase request for public safety and shared services.
Novi Rotary rallies for readers
Two new 'read boxes' were introduced to the community in late June in ITC Park and Rotary Park .