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An online campaign to donate stuffed animals to children in hospitals has brought in $3,215 in just 26 days.
Royal Oak officials took a stand Monday night against the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments' proposal to expand Interstate 75 from M-59 to Eight Mile Road.
Andrew Chmielewski and Cory Wright have traveled all over Michigan and tasted some of the best food products the state has to offer.
Sharon Dargay puts gentle pressure on the sides of her bowl, which is taking shape on the wheel in Jan Bostwick's studio in Royal Oak.
Gov. Rick Snyder appointed Dennis Cowan of Royal Oak to a financial review team this week to examine the finances of the City of Highland Park after a Department of Treasury's preliminary review Jase Bolger, is a partner with the Plunkett Cooney law firm where he is a member of the firm's Real Estate and Environment, Energy, and Resources practice ... (more)
Royal Oak City Commissioners voiced opposition Monday night of Interstate 75 widening options that could impact the future of property values, increase traffic noise and aggravate air pollution among other things.
City Commissioners Jim Rasor and Carlo Ginotti were thanked for their service to Royal Oak during farewell comments at Monday evening's City Commission meeting.
Sen. Al Franken spent the day touring a local manufacturing plant before returning to Royal Oak for a reception at the home of Michael Chetcuti and Kyle Evans.
Mayor Jim Ellison and three Royal Oak City Commissioners, including two newcomers, were sworn into office Monday by Judge Terrence Brennan and Judge Derek Meinecke of the 44th District Court.
If you are in Royal Oak this Saturday drop by Dos Manos from noon to 7 p.m. for its holiday open house.
Signs popping up around Royal Oak may whet your curiosity and appetite, too. At 200 W. Fifth Ave., Detroit Dogs has a big red and black sign announcing it's coming soon and it's hiring, too.
Last week of leaf collection: Not so sexy but important, the 2013 leaf collection schedule continues in Royal Oak.
Legislation that would roll back a provision of Michigan's restaurant smoking ban to allow smokers to light up while dining at sidewalk cafes or patios outside of restaurants has gained bipartisan support.
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The Shaffer family's 750-square foot addition in Royal Oak is wired for sound and built for fun.