Tuesday Apr 15
Observer & Eccentric
Runners have passion for life, Balzer family
The morning of March 29 was chilly and cold, the sky was overcast and gray as far as the eye could see, but there was plenty of love, warmth and feeling of sunshine everywhere on the waterfront of Walled Lake as the community came out once again for the seventh annual Passion for Life 5K run/walk and five-mile run.
Drew Crew launches Get Out The Vote campaign to secure custom van for local student
The Drew Crew's Get Out The Vote campaign encourages people to sign on to the contest website and place a vote for Drew by May 9 by logging on to www.thedrewcrew.org or http://bit.ly/1hgiyAT then signing into the contest and voting.
Daily Press & Argus
Business Briefs: Sign store owner earns awards
The signage-and-graphics company received two Group B Awards based on sales growth by percentage and percentage of increase in sales volume.
Gov. Snyder signs bill to block scrap metal thefts
From left: Michigan State reps. Klint Kesto, R-Commerce Township, Paul Muxlow, R-Brown City; Governor Rick Snyder, Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Detroit, Senator Mike Kowall, R-White Lake and the gentleman on the far right is unknown.
Parents Push FDA To Approve Experimental Drug To Treat Deadly Disease
A metro Detroit mom is part of the race to save thousands of young men and boys from a genetic killer.
MovOn.org protesters want better minimum wage
Members of MoveOn.org protested Tuesday outside U.S. Congressman Kerry Bentivolio's office in Commerce Township, encouraging him to support increasing the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour.
Observer & Eccentric
Protesters want better minimum wage
Member of MoveOn.org protested Tuesday outside U.S. Congressman Kerry Bentivolio's office in Commerce Township, encouraging him to support increasing the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour.
Lawyer Claims City Created Cash Cow with Code Treating Traffic Violations as Municipal Infractions
A West Bloomfield man claims in a lawsuit filed in Oakland County Circuit Court that Keego Harbor city officials are using an illegal city ordinance to create a revenue stream that may have pumped $180,000 into city coffers.
Movie filmed partly in Ann Arbor, 'Jinn,' to have DIA premiere
"Jinn," a feature film shot partly on U-M's campus in Ann Arbor in 2010 , will have its North American premiere screening at the DIA's Detroit Film Theatre on Tuesday, April 1 at 6 p.m. "Jinn" tells the story of an automotive designer, Shawn, whose life with his new wife is disrupted by a cryptic message warning him of a generations-long family ... (more)
Commerce Twp.-Based Online Floral Delivery Firm Hiring 30
Wesley Berry Flowers is hiring 30 customer service representatives at its Commerce Township headquarters for the national call center for its FlowerDeliveryExpress.com online floral delivery business.