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If all goes as planned, Farmington will host a new cultural festival next year, featuring the music, art and food of Haiti.
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It's the difference between districts that thrive and those that struggle. Statewide, the number of public school students in Michigan has declined every year for the last 10 years, the result of a bad economy, a statewide population loss and a dwindling birthrate.
There's a way for people who can't afford dental care to get some important services for free this weekend.
Prominent Michigan attorney Richard Bernstein will announce his candidacy for the Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday, his campaign said Tuesday.
Sunday's Concours d'Elegance of America packed in the crowds - and mostly dodged the rain - for its fourth year at The Inn at St. John's in Plymouth Township.
If you have primary election business to take care of, this Saturday is your day as city clerk offices in Farmington and Farmington Hills are open 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. On Saturday, voters may receive or return absentee voter ballots.
Most state leaders agree that Michigan needs to fix its roads. But they're still struggling with how to do that.
The Metro Detroit-based Insane Clown Posse's Gathering of the Juggalos in Ohio was relatively under control and was actually calmer than most of the shows held in the rural 120-acre venue.
Volunteers prepare to fill boxes with food Saturday at Sam's Club in Farmington Hills.
The Stars in the Park Concert Series is sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Financial Services and is held in the beautiful lawn area of the Heritage Park Amphitheater.
Residential Home Health in Troy plans to add a number of equity joint ventures with hospitals in Michigan and increase the number in Illinois over the next few years on the heels of its majority-interest sale to Graham Holdings Co.
If you think that Proposal 1 on the Aug. 5 primary ballot is confusing, you aren't alone.
What began as a favor for a friend in 2008 has evolved into a new class of younger, less-affluent clients for Southfield-based Telemus Capital Partners LLC .
Amy Alkon has been dispensing advice for about 25 years, first from a New York City street corner and now as a syndicated columnist for about 100 newspapers, weeklies and websites.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 07:32 am
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