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Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan is located in Wayne County. Zip codes in Grosse Pointe Park, MI include 48224, 48215, and 48230. The median home price in Grosse Pointe Park is $369,000 which is roughly $121/per square foot. More Grosse Pointe Park information.

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14 hrs ago | Detroit News

Court date set for challenge to Evans residency

Evans, one of the frontrunners in a crowded Democratic field, is facing scrutiny levied by Canton Township Supervisor Thomas Yack.

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Yesterday | Metro Times

Racism on display in bizarre march in Vassar, Mich.

The ugly side of patriotism was on display last week in Vassar, a shabby little town in Michigan's thumb.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

ClickOnDetroit

Bike thefts on the rise in the Grosse Pointes

Devin: POLICE SAY IT'S A COMMON CRIME AND YOU KNOW IT'S A COMMON CRIME, BUT THAT DOESN'T MAKE IT ANY EASIER TO SWALLOW.

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MLive.com

Central American teens fit under Wolverine Human Services permitted use, Vassar city manager says

Wolverine Human Services doesn't need new zoning or permits in order to house Central American minors at its Vassar facility, the city's attorney says.

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Lansing State Journal

Some want Lansing to welcome child immigrants

Some religious leaders and activists in Lansing want the city to be declared a welcoming place for child immigrants from Central America.

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Detroit News

Counter-protest emerges in Vassar amid child migrant plans

A counter-protest has emerged in a small Michigan community where people have been rallying against a social services organization's proposal to house child immigrants from Central America.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Grosse Pointe attorneys to look at legality of Metro Times ban

After hearing concerns raised by residents who demanded the city remove Metro Times outboxes because of the tabloid's sexually explicit ads, the Grosse Pointe City Council said it plans to have its attorneys do a cursory review to see whether it can consider a ban.

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The Detroit News

Housing migrant kids splits small Michigan town

When the opponents attended demonstrations armed with semi-automatic rifles, he was perplexed.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Endorsements: Primary offers voters best chance to shape Michigan Legislature

If history is any guide, about 4 in 5 Michigan voters won't participate in the state's Aug. 5 primary election - and that's a shame, because it's the only opportunity most of them will have to shape the state Legislature that takes office Jan. 1. Sure, there's another contest between now and then: the Nov. 4 general election, in which the ... (more)

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

MLive.com

See inside the Vassar facility that could house Central American teens

The rooms contain wooden bunk beds, blue plastic chairs, a connected bathroom and an adjoining recreation room.

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Government Executive

Michigan Suburb Blocks Street on Detroit Border

Alter Road has always been a dividing line. It's where the the Michigan cities of Detroit and Grosse Pointe Park meet - or nearly meet.

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Grosse Pointe News Online

Moving days

Leslie Kaye, Ph.D. psychologist, is crazy about her new house. "I'm ready to move in tomorrow," she said.

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Grosse Pointe News Online

Going viral helps young band gain fans

They learned early the meaning of the show must go on Local musical group, The Rubber Band, which consists of four middle-school-aged Grosse Pointe boys, has gained a lot of attention the past month for a video of one of their performances that went viral.

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Detroit News

Grosse Pointe Park to vet petitions for legal pot

Cannabis reform activists submitted petition signatures to the city clerk Wednesday to put a proposal to decriminalize marijuana possession on the November ballot.

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Grosse Pointe News Online

South student first

The National Association of Teachers of Singing held its 53rd national conference July 5-9 in Boston.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Detroiters can apply for absentee ballots via smartphone app

Detroit will become the first city in Michigan to allow residents to apply for absentee ballots by touch-screen-enabled phones, officials announced Wednesday.

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MLive.com

Saginaw marijuana boosters submit 3,800 signatures to get issue on November ballot

Dave Chesney lifted a brown suitcase up onto the counter inside City Clerk Janet Santos' office and cracked it open.

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MLive.com

Vassar protester heads to Lansing to talk to legislators about immigration

The Michiganders for Immigration Control and Enforcement organizer, who has led protests against a Vassar facility hosting Central American refugee children and teens, said she's going to go door-to-door in the Michigan House of Representatives.

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Metro Times

Restaurant Review: Atwater in the Park

It's the sort of weather that makes you want to sit outside and drink beer. Fortunately, in Grosse Pointe Park, there's a brand-new biergarten to wet your whistle.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

MLive.com

Affluent Grosse Pointe Park to consider easing marijuana rules; advocate says referendum will pass

Eugene Telan,33, stands outside the Grosse Pointe Park Public Library with Tim Beck, Chairman for Safer Michigan Coalition, where they are collecting signatures for a petition for a proposal for marijuana on Thursday, July 10, 2014.

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