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SCS council members want to see new proposal for rental inspections

ST. CLAIR SHORES - City Council members unanimously approved the second year in a five-year bid for inspection services to the city of Roseville, but not without some questions about when rental inspections will be put out to bid again. St. Clair Shores approved the hiring of Roseville to do buildin

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 21:22:53

Sterling Fire Dept. leaders head to Florida for hurricane rescue

STERLING HEIGHTS - Their destination was hundreds of miles away, but members of the Sterling Heights Fire Department did what they could to help Florida residents suffering under Hurricane Irma - even if their time to help was curtailed by Florida officials. On Sunday, Sept. 10, four SHFD members we

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 21:22:24

Sterling pageant contestant promotes scoliosis education

STERLING HEIGHTS - A Sterling Heights woman who is competing in a state pageant is hoping to spread the news about the importance of scoliosis testing. Jennifer Dunger, 20, from Sterling Heights, is trying out later this month for Miss Michigan USA, which is affiliated with the Miss USA and Miss Uni

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 21:22:09

Slow down and watch for deer

ROCHESTER HILLS - City deer/car crashes were up in 2016, according to city officials. "There were 176 total deer crashes in 2016 (in Rochester Hills)," Deborah Barno, chair of the city's Deer Management Advisory Committee, said during a Sept. 11 presentation to the Rochester Hills City Council. "Tha

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 21:21:31

Troy man who owns engineering firm indicted in bribery case

TROY - Fazullah Khan, 56, of Troy, owner of Fazal Khan & Associates - a civil engineering, surveying and construction management firm based in Sterling Heights - was indicted by a grand jury on four counts of bribery recently. Acting U.S. Attorney Kanel L. Lemisch - with David Gelios, special agent

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 21:21:26

Warrant issued for woman who fired gun in parking lot

CLINTON TOWNSHIP - A warrant has been issued for a woman who allegedly fired a gun in a plaza parking lot. On Sept. 19, the Clinton Township Police Department reported that the Macomb County Prosecutor's Office had issued a warrant for the suspect, 38, of Detroit. The warrant was in relation to reck

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 20:33:48

Rockin' the Shores returns with a 2-day event

ST. CLAIR SHORES - Ready to rock? The first Rockin' the Shores Beer and Music Festival was such a hit in 2016 that it's been extended to a two-day event with 11 bands, local brews and more. Co-organizer Julie Law said that more than 1,000 people turned out for the inaugural event. "We decided, hey,

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 20:31:20

Artists voice 'Songs of Praise & Peace' in new exhibition

GROSSE POINTE FARMS - Art with religious themes is a long-standing tradition - think Michaelangelo's painting of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, for example. But art that comes from a base of faith doesn't have to be a painting of a religious figure. "Songs of Praise & Peace," an exhibition of nearly 30

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 20:21:47

Lochmoor serves up 100 years of golf and friendships

GROSSE POINTE WOODS - When Tom Carnaghi joined the Lochmoor Club 14 years ago, he knew it was the place to tee based on how quickly he felt welcome. "You walk in and you know everybody," he said. "People here care about each other. They like to have fun." Just last week, Carnaghi was named the club

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 19:46:10

It's showtime for talented Liggett pair

WARREN/GROSSE POINTE WOODS - All the world's a stage for University Liggett School students Maria Evola and Antonio "Tony" Cipriano. Evola's fancy footwork as a dancer has been in the spotlight since she was a toddler, and Cipriano doesn't miss a beat when performing on the musical theater stage. Bo

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 19:30:12

Wayne State University food pantry receives grant

DETROIT - Universities are finding new ways to help their students through on-campus food pantries. This includes Wayne State University, which recently was awarded a $34,000 grant for that purpose from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan. The goal of the food pantry - and, by extension,

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 18:34:03

Community input wanted at upcoming Music on the Green

DETROIT - Residents in and around Detroit's east side are invited to Music on the Green, an event designed to gather community input on the Barham Farmway and Greenway project while attendees enjoy food, fun and music. The program is being organized by nonprofit U-SNAP-BAC, which stands for United S

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 18:33:55

WBHS to host first-ever alumni tailgate at homecoming

WEST BLOOMFIELD - West Bloomfield High School is welcoming home its former students at the first-ever alumni homecoming tailgate Friday, Oct. 6. "We wanted to provide alumni with this chance to come back to the school and see what's happening," said Jennifer Sepetys, a teacher at WBHS. The tailgate

CANDGNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 17:26:23

Driver who crashed into lake rescued by Birmingham police chief and others

BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (WXYZ) - The quick action of Birmingham's police chief and others helped save a 22-year-old man who suffered a medical condition while driving on I-75 last weekend. Mark Clemence was off duty Saturday morning. He was driving north on the freeway along with a retired detective from

WXYZ - 2017-09-18 22:32:32

Photos of the Birmingham Harvest Festival

Come one, come all, to celebrate fall! Enjoy an annual tradition that is tasty, healthy, and fun for the whole family -- The Harvest Festival at the Birmingham Farmers Market. It takes place on Sunday, September 17th, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This event features barn animals from Bowers School Fa

PATCH - 2017-09-17 15:49:22

3 murder suspects due in court for drive-by shooting of 14-year-old girl in Detroit

DETROIT - Three men are due in court Tuesday morning for their preliminary hearing in a drive-by shooting which killed a 14-year-old girl and critically injured her 17-year-old brother on Detroit's east side. Robert Moore, 19, and Dwayne Sharpe, 24, and Anthony Rodgers, 19, are all charged with fir

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2017-09-19 14:19:28

Central Mexico earthquake kills dozens, topples buildings

Dozens were killed in a powerful earthquake Tuesday that rocked Mexico City and surrounding states. The earthquake toppled buildings, sent rescue workers digging through rubble and knocked out power to millions. At least 57 people died in the magnitude-7.1 earthquake, officials said. Forty-two peopl

SOURCENEWSPAPERS.COM - 2017-09-19 22:04:50

Police Targeting Distracted Drivers On I-75 In Auburn Hills

AUBURN HILLS (WWJ) - Heads up if you are traveling along I-75 in Auburn Hills on Tuesday. Police along with Oakland County Sheriff's Deputies will be targeting distracted drivers as well as drivers who fail to move over a lane as they pass by officers or other emergency response vehicle on the side

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-09-19 12:45:00

Michigan rabbi battling cancer delves into relationships in new book

In the corner of a cancer center in Farmington Hills on Tuesday afternoon, a rabbi and a patient talked about the meaning of the upcoming Jewish high holy days, relationships and death. "You repent with your fellow human being and you have to repent with God," says Howard Brown, 51, of Franklin, wh

DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2017-09-20 10:00:03

Doctor says suing UP is about changing priorities

Elizabeth Secord, M.D., and two pediatrician colleagues in Wayne State University School of Medicine's pediatrics department are suing their own board at University Pediatricians, an affiliated clinical practice plan at WSU that also services DMC's Children's Hospital of Michigan. Why? In their laws

CRAIN'S DETROIT BUSINESS - 2017-09-19 18:31:02