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How much do you know about Islam?
Do you value American lives more than foreign lives?
State Rep. Jim Townsend invites everyone in the community to come out and share conversation and cup of coffee with him.
In the 1960s the B & C Grocery Building was home to Shoppers Discount. Source: Royal Oak Public Library/Daily Tribune A Royal Oak historic landmark has had a few looks over the years but ultimately settled on its original salmon-colored porcelain enameled metal panels.
A house damaged by an explosion in February, has a for sale sign and an offer pending.
Planning Commission meets Tuesday: The Planning Commission meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall.
Ethlyn and John Unger never envisioned the impact their holiday lights and decorations would have on people when they first started lighting up their N. Washington Avenue home 35 years ago.
Who needs Disneyland? There's a new app that tells users where the happiest places are right in here in Royal Oak, sans the mouse ears, of course.
A resident of Birmingham, Chef Matthews has nearly two decades of restaurant experience.
Tuesdays are going to be a bit different for Maureen Kennedy at the end of this month.
At some point, every pet owner is faced with the loss of a beloved pet. Then comes the question of how to take care of their remains in a respectful and loving way.
North American mold makers might soon enjoy something they haven't had in a very long time: leverage.
Royal Oak's growing art collection is just a hop, skip and jump away. Six new public art installations were set in place in the last two weeks in downtown Royal Oak as part of the new public art program called Art Explored.
Campaign finance reports filed this week with the Oakland County Elections Division show One Royal Oak, the pro-human rights ordinance committee, outspent Royal Oak Voting Against Prop A Special Rights by more than $124,000 in the Nov. 5 election.
VODKA VODKA returns for its fifth year as metro-Detroit's premier vodka-tasting party, taking place at the Royal Oak Farmers Market on Friday, Jan. 24 from 8 p.m. to midnight.
When it comes to selling Royal Oak parks or supporting a road tax, the decision is far from clear-cut for Royal Oak Patch readers.