Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Farmington, MI.
Results 1 - 6 of 6 for "u:wxyz.com" in Farmington, MI
The Farmington Public Safety Department needs your help in an investigation of car break-ins that happened on Farmington Rd. near Nine Mile. Overnight Thursday, an unknown suspect or suspects smashed the window of 2 vehicles and stole touch screen radios form the dashboards. Comment?
A Farmington group, Preservation Farmington, wants to protect historic building in the city like the four Queen Anne houses on Grand River Ave. The City of Farmington is reviewing development options for the area. There is a possibility that those century-old houses could be torn down and replaced by retail shops, multi-story housing or a parking structure. Comment?
The local company McClary Bros., which was featured on ABC's hit show Shark Tank earlier this year, will open its first tasting room in metro Detroit. The tasting room is located at 32621 Grand River Ave. in Farmington, which is on Grand River east of Farmington Rd. A local artist designed the tasting room to provide a Colonial-inspired pub. Comment?
Farmington Police are trying to track down a woman who is responsible for stealing a local victim's identity, and buying thousands of dollars worth in items. According to investigators, the thief used credit cards under the victim's name and hit up several Meijer stores, Target and T.J. Maxx. Comment?
What did 2015 look like when Marty McFly traveled forward in time? Did the Back to the Future filmmakers' 1980s predictions match our reality? Tonight, several area theaters are screening Back to the Future Part II because part of the film takes place on this day, October 21, 2015. It was 1989 when Back to the Future Part II first hit theater screens. Comment?
Nationally-certified child safety seat technicians will inspect all types of child car seats for proper installation and possible product recall on Saturday, November 7 by appointment only from 8 a.m. to noon at Fire Station #4 located at 28711 Drake Road. Car seat inspections are free, take about half an hour to complete, and are open to the public - participants do not have to be Farmington Hills residents. Comment?
- « Previous
- Next »
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC