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WSU law dean Benson won't run against Bentivolio
Former Michigan secretary of state candidate Jocelyn Benson won't run for Congress in a Republican-leaning suburban Detroit district.
Next up for Detroit: Plan of adjustment to settle debts
Now that Detroit has passed a crucial hurdle - demonstrating it is eligible to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy - the city's key focus will be finalizing a restructuring plan to settle its debts.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Crain's Detroit Business
New owners of Macomb Mall to begin renovations by razing empty building
Lormax Stern Development Co. has received approval from the Roseville City Council to demolish a vacant building at Macomb Mall, which the company bought earlier this year.
Detroit Free Press
Family has spent a century hawking papers for needy kids
Taking the Old Newsboys' Goodfellow Fund of Detroit motto 'No Kiddie without a Christmas' to heart, a metro Detroit family spent its 100th annual day peddling special edition newspapers for the children's charity.
Cancer doctor due in court Monday for fraud case
LAUREN THANK YOU. TIME NOW IS 604. MORE CHARGES ARE ON THE WAY FOR A DOCTOR WHO FACES 17 CHARGES OF HEALTHCARE FRAUD AND PAYINGING KICKBACKS -- PAYING KICKBACKS AND A CHARGE FOR LYING ON HIS The Michigan cancer doctor accused of misdiagnosing patients and ordering unnecessary treatments in order to allegedly defraud Medicare will be back in court ... (more)
C & G Newspapers
Every Home, Every Week
About the reporter: Tiffany Esshaki has been a staff reporter for C & G Newspapers since 2011, covering Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Franklin, Bingham Farms and the Birmingham Public School District.
Officials Vote on Benefit Bonds and More This Week in West Bloomfield
Tonight, West Bloomfield Township trustees will vote to issue bonds that are expected to save taxpayers millions of dollars on future pension and benefit liabilities.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Detroit bankruptcy ruling poses risks, challenges
Many experts predict U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes will rule Detroit is eligible for bankruptcy protection and let the city propose a plan to restructure its debt.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Former Bloomfield Hills High School Athletic Trainer Charged With Smoking Pot
Former Bloomfield Hills High School Athletic Trainer Charged With Smoking Pot on School Grounds The long-time Bloomfield Hills Schools employee turned herself in to authorities and faces two charges related to the Oct. 18 incident at the new Bloomfield Hills High School.
Tillie Esper who wrote message in bottle almost 100 years ago has her story told
Revealed: The young woman who threw a message in a bottle into a Michigan river in 1915 - before it was found by a diver a century later When two young ladies on a day trip to a Michigan amusement park in 1915 threw their message in a bottle into the water, they probably never gave a second thought to someone finding their note generations later.
SEMCOG seeking input on potential Woodward bus rapid transit system
Political differences and finances have halted previous plans, but the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments is optimistic the newest plan for bus rapid transit along Woodward Avenue has solid footing.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Detroit Free Press
Shoppers tell the story of Black Friday weekend
Black Friday fans forgo turkey, sleep for deals: Black Friday shoppers came out in droves to stand in the cold for the best deals in Portland, Maine.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Judge halts Detroit streetlight overhaul
During a hearing over whether the city can pledge utility taxes to finance $210 million in repairs for more than 40,000 broken lights, Rhodes called into question the law firm Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone PLC's dual representation of the city of Detroit and the lighting authority.
Thanksgiving & Black Friday Store & Mall Hours In Metro Detroit
Happy Thanksgiving! Holiday shopping season officially kicks off Thursday in Metro Detroit - and, like it or not , stores are opening earlier and earlier.
Daily Press & Argus
Charter offer chafes residents
The Brighton Area Schools Board of Education decided to sell the vacant Lindbom Elementary School to a residential builder for $1.35 million, but it also faced an onslaught of emotional criticism before making its decision.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Bloomfield Hills school employee caught with marijuana resigns from job
An athletic trainer at Bloomfield Hills High School suspected of smoking marijuana on the job has resigned from the district.
Daily Press & Argus
Brighton falling short on deficit
Try as it might, Brighton Area Schools won't be able to pull itself out of an $8.5 million deficit in one year.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Teddy bear sales at Lolly Ella Jewelry to help abused kids
From Friday through Dec. 27, Lolly Ella Jewelry will sell Teddy bears for $10 with 100 percent of proceeds being donated to Big Family of Michigan, a nonprofit organization in Southeast Michigan serving the needs of children waiting to be adopted or those victimized by abuse.
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Northern Lakes Seafood Moves To Met Hotel In Troy, Michigan
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Bloomfield Hills High School Trainer Charged With Getting High In School Office
DETROIT Shira Schiff, 55, the athletic trainer for tony Bloomfield Hills High School, turned herself in Nov. 22, on suspicion of rolling a joint and smoking it inside a school office.