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Farmington, Michigan is located in Oakland County. Zip codes in Farmington, MI include 48335, 48332, and 48334. The median home price in Farmington is $149,900 which is roughly $103/per square foot. More Farmington information.

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4 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

A new look for 3 Farmington centers

Plans call for repurposing the building on the right as part of the Grand Plaza on Grand River Avenue near Hawthorne Street.

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4 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

Festival of the Arts 2014 opens May 1

Farmington Art Foundation announced Shirley Popp of Farmington Hills as first-place winner in the 2014 Spring Show.

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4 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

'Camp Rock' debuts April 25 with 2 casts

CAMP ROCK performances are with the rock 'n roll cast are at 7 p.m., Friday, April 25, 2 p.m., Saturday, April 26 and 2 p.m., Sunday, april 27. Performances with the hip hop cast are 7 p.m., Saturday, may 3, 1 p.m., Sunday, May 3, and 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 4. All performances are at the Costick Center, 28600 11 Mile, Farmington Hills.

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6 hrs ago | Daily Press & Argus

Petzold, Alfred E.

He was born April 7, 1920 in North Frisian Islands, Germany and came to this country at age 5. He was a skilled machine tool builder and co-owner of H.R. Krueger Machine Tool, Farmington, MI where he retired.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Detroit News

Student and teacher return to the stage in Hilberry's 'August: Osage County'

Returning home, an idea at the heart of countless great dramas over the years, gets fresh layers of meaning in Hilberry Theatre's season-closing production of "August: Osage County," Tracy Letts' Tony Award-winning dysfunctional-family drama.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

'Let it Spring'

The Farmington Community Band presents its annual spring concert, "Let It Spring!" at 3 p.m. April 27 in the Harrison High School Auditorium.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

'Peace, Love & Planet'

Gina Adams-Levy is a woman on a mission. She's the founder of Peace, Love & Planet, which will celebrate Earth Day by launching the nationally recognized environmental film series "Be the Solution."

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Observer & Eccentric

More bridges see closure dates along I-96 for construction

MDOT announced last week the Brookfield bridge over the freeway in Livonia would be closed starting this past Saturday and would last until sometime in late May. The U-turn bridge east and west of Farmington will remain closed and reopen in late April.

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Observer & Eccentric

Rumor has it you will have fun at latest Farmington Players show

The Players are wrapping up the season with the Neil Simon classic Rumors, a zany fast-paced farce loaded with slamming doors, mistaken identities and physical humor.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

The Detroit News

Livonia officials find noise level violations along I-96 project

Livonia city officials said Friday they found some violations of the decibel level during the reconstruction project of Interstate 96 but hope state transportation officials can work with contractors to adhere with noise restrictions.

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Observer & Eccentric

Farmington gives developer more time to submit plan for courthouse site

Developers hoping to buy the former 47th District Court site in Farmington have been given an extra two months to submit a Planned Unit Development application to the city of Farmington.

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BroadwayWorld.com

Photo Flash: First Look at Neil Simon's RUMORS at Farmington Players Barn

Rumor has it the Farmington Players next production will shake you up - with laughter.

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Hometown Life

Clarenceville board to interview five candidates for superintendent

The Clarenceville school board will interview five candidates April 17-18 to replace the district's superintendent, who is retiring July 1. The candidates are Paul Shepich, principal of Clarenceville High School; Robert Kauffman, an elementary principal with Farmington Public Schools; Alexander McNeece, curriculum director for Garden City Public ... (more)

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Lathrup Village Eccentric

Power outage leaves traffic signals out at Plymouth, Farmington in Livonia

Livonia police are warning motorists to avoid two intersections along Farmington south of I-96 because of some power outages at the traffic signals.

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Observer & Eccentric

Fabulous Farmington Fashions set for May 6

Sherrie Stewart, Tracy Freeman, Erica Reaves and Jackie Hoyt pose with hats at Gigi's Boutique.G's.

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Observer & Eccentric

Farmington area police reports

A larceny in the 33100 block of Manor Street was reported April 5. Further information was unavailable at press time.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Hometown Life

Grand River: Tax increment financing drives improvements

Farmington and Farmington Hills are moving ahead on each city's Tax Increment Financing Authority plan to eventually generate revenue to make public improvements along the three-mile Grand River corridor.

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Patch.com

Online Learning Comes to Farmington Community Library

Farmington Community Library has acquired Gale Courses from Gale, part of Cengage Learning.

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Farmington Hills Observer

Stepping up to the plate

IB students Randy Perkins, Jared Char, Ketan Konanur, Alex Bolstrum, Bridget Murphy, Kyle Trautmann, Josh Fernquist and James Weekley shared lots of good times with local kids during their service-learning trip to the Dominican Republic in 2013.

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Farmington Hills Observer

Proposal to close one lane of Seven Mile in Livonia moves to city council committee, administration

A proposal to close one lane of Seven Mile in Livonia because of recurring potholes is expected to go to the city's administration and city council's infrastructure committee for more discussion.

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