Tuesday May 14
National Mortgage News
Vacant Detroit Firehouses Use SecureView to Maintain Value
As the City of Detroit prepares to sell seven vacant firehouses which were reportedly broken into where thieves removed radiators, sinks and personal equipment left behind, the property preservation company that was given a contract to secure these properties needed to do something to maintain the value of these assets over time.
Detroit Free Press
Eastpointe men arrested after cops discover kilo of cocaine, firearms, narcotics
Two Eastpointe men were arrested for having a kilo of cocaine after a drug trafficking investigation that started with a tip about a group of people using the mail to transport large qualities of narcotics to homes in Eastpointe and Roseville.
Headstones Uncovered In Roseville Yard
It was an eerie and surprising find for a Macomb County homeowner, who uncovered a series of cemetery headstones in her backyard.
State of Michigan
Schuette, Johnson Announce Filing of Criminal Charge in Southeast Michigan Voter Fraud Case
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Secretary of State Ruth Johnson today announced the Attorney General's Criminal Division has filed a criminal charge against Jose Antonio Ramirez-Velazquez, a citizen of Mexico, for registering to vote and voting while residing in Roseville, Michigan.
Observer & Eccentric
Letters to the South Oakland Eccentric
The Republicans in Lansing are on a crusade to take away as many good things for regular people and the animals that I cannot believe it.
Flint Township/Swartz Creek Advance
New Hungry Howie's location opens on Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor
Pizza lovers have another place to satisfy their cravings now that a new Hungry Howie's franchise has opened in Ann Arbor.
Optimists to Honor Local 'Champions'
The Optimist Club of St. Clair Shores will recognize six citizens who have made a positive impact on the community May 8 at the annual Champions Banquet at the Blossom Heath Inn .