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Gregory Thompson, physical education instructor at Longacre Elementary School, has been selected as a 2014 Governor's Fitness, Champion for Health Award finalist.
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Program is for Tween/Teens ages 11 and up. Friday's movie is Monsters, Inc. Saturday, April 26 at 10:30 a.m. Musical Movement: Oakland County Early On Physical and Speech therapists lead walking one and two-year-olds and their adults in movement based songs and rhymes.
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Are you ready for a challenge? Did you know that the average child spends more than seven hours a day on a screen? What would you do with your time if you unplugged every day for an hour? Or once a week for an afternoon? The possibilities are endless! The Farmington PTA Council, the Farmington Community Library and the Farmington Commission for ... (more)
The Watervliet Police Department has made an arrest in the bomb threats made at the Watervliet Junior Senior High School with a connection to the state of Michigan.
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By Chris Cahill Community Development & Marketing Manager, Arthritis Foundation, Michigan Here's the thing about arthritis: There's a significant false perception that arthritis is a minor affliction that only older people get.
With the April 22 filing deadline looming for the Aug. 5 primary election, one Republican and three Democrats have so far jumped into the candidate pool for the State Senate's 11th district.
William Dhondt, on trial for first-degree murder and mutilation of a body after he strangled his girlfriend Kaitlin Hehir, is shown in Judge Phyllis McMillen's courtroom in Oakland County Circuit Court on March 24, 2014.
Fernon Feenstra, left, and Raymond Suarez recite the Pledge of Allegiance at the 2013 Memorial Day ceremony, for which Feenstra served as master of ceremonies.
Kathleen Kitzmann of Redford can relate to that and more. She was recently honored with the top national prize a high school chemistry teacher can receive, the James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry Teaching.
High wind gusts amid bouts of rain and spring-like warmth Monday, leading to colder temps and snow Tuesday gave Farmington area residents a taste of two clashing seasons with downed trees, power outages and non-working traffic signals.
Plans call for repurposing the building on the right as part of the Grand Plaza on Grand River Avenue near Hawthorne Street.
Farmington Art Foundation announced Shirley Popp of Farmington Hills as first-place winner in the 2014 Spring Show.