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2 hrs ago | Hometown Life
Seats are still available at the 18th Annual Rainbow Recognition Awards Breakfast, sponsored by the Multicultural Multiracial Community Council of Farmington/Farmington Hills Tuesday, March 18. Awardees will be recognized during the program, which will also feature keynote speaker and Farmington Hills resident, Joshua Bassett.
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6 hrs ago | MLive.com
Construction vehicles have begun moving around piles of snow and earth on a 10-acre parcel along Gale Road to make way for 10, two-story townhouse buildings that will expand an existing apartment complex.
Malaya Watson has only been on 'American Idol' for a few weeks, but she's already received a lesson on the ups and downs of fame.
When is it safe to venture out on the ice? The Farmington Hills Fire Department wants all residents to know that when it comes to judging whether a frozen pond or lake is safe, there really is no sure answer.
Joe Kay, co-owner of Northland Tire & Service in Southfield, shows two of the tires brought into his store for repair, including one that really did have a wrench in it when it was brought in.
Nurse owned and operated, Kathelene's Adult Day Health Services is an adult day care center that offers the most affordable long-term care alternative as well as assistance through the social and medical model.
A Detroit felon with an extensive criminal background will face trial in the shooting death of a popular Farmington Hills party store owner, a judge has ruled.
Tom Nelson, 83, of Farmington Hills, and his wife Linda Karle-Nelson, 72, have a grown son who is gay living in New York in a committed relationship and a grown son in the Detroit area who is married and a Catholic Deacon.
Malaya Watson , Jena Irene and Sam Woolf move into 'American Idol's' top 11. / FOX/Michael Becker Michigan's three 'American Idol' contestants made it through Thursday night.
The AARP Smart Driving program is an eight-hour classroom refresher course for experienced motorists, 50 and older.
Shoppers pay for their finds at the Elmore Leonard estate sale Thursday, March 6, 2014.
The pre-credits sequence remembers to re-humiliate Kristen O'Connor for her exit last week and then there's a montage of the remaining Top 12 -- both on the show and in their younger days -- with the names of their hometowns on the screen.