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18 min ago | Observer & Eccentric
27 at the Costick Center, 28600 11 Mile, between Middlebelt and Inkster. The EPC has hosted this popular seminar twice annually over the past eight years, reaching over 1,200 women and raising more than $13,000 for local charities.
4 hrs ago | CBS Local
Police say a man drove nearly 15 miles going the wrong direction on a popular metro Detroit freeway before he crashed his vehicle head-on with another driver.
8 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
11 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric
A fundraiser this Sunday will support substance abuse awareness and raise money for a substance abuse transition facility in Lyon Township.
"I'm a Vietnam veteran, so I am considered one of the older guys in the group," said Bob Pries of Farmington Hills.
Demolition has begun on an empty five-story building in Detroit that housed the offices of AAA Michigan for decades and prominently featured the word "Care" painted on one wall.
Moeller is one of 72 police officers in the state to receive the award. His outstanding efforts in drunk driving enforcement resulted in 23 drunk driving arrests in 2013.
Jon Haupt was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in July. Muller has served in the Patrol Division and Traffic Section as an officer since 1995.
The Bay City Commission has delayed voting on a resolution to support housing child immigrants from Central America during a meeting that drew protesters and supporters of the plan.
The weather was good, spirits were high, plenty of humans were on hand, but the real guests of honor were dogs -- of all kinds, sizes, shapes and circumstances -- that gathered in downtown Farmington Sunday to celebrate the first-ever Bark in the Park.
Bull mastiff Lola Suh was ready for hugs and kisses at the first-ever Bark in the Park in downtown Farmington Sunday afternoon.
Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the trust will be forever barred unless presented to Sharon Gilson or Nancy Caulfield, named successor trustees, within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice.
Antoine Brouwer was born in Detroit almost 90 years ago and died, still a young man, in the Netherlands weeks after World War II ended in Europe.
Dr. Crystal Holmes and Dr. Jodie Sengstock of the MPMA will fit several students with new shoes at the time of delivery.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 03:58 pm
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