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5 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric
It looks like a familiar Livonia landmark restaurant won't be making a return to its location near Eight Mile and Middlebelt.
7 hrs ago | Detroit News
First-grade teacher Kristine Barnes stood with her students in a colorful hallway where many children were returning from emergency bathroom breaks.
7 hrs ago | Westland Observer
Couple marks 25th anniversary Couple marks 25th anniversary Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/life/2014/09/02/couple-marks-th-anniversary/14961171/ Julie and Mark were married Sept.
The White Sox took a 5-0 lead after two innings, aided by three errors and another misplay by J.D. Demonstrators march through downtown Detroit Sunday afternoon in support of Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip.
6-8 p.m. Oakwood Southshore Medical Center, 5450 Fort, Trenton. 800-543-9355. Free.
Commissioners approved the budget 13-0. Despite the $256 million increase from fiscal year 2013-14, the county was able to shrink its accumulated deficit from $175 million to an estimated $97.5 million for the fiscal year that ends Sept.
For the past six years, more than 200 Community Choice Credit Union members and team members, as well as families and friends, have ventured into the community to volunteer with blood drives, food pantries and other charitable causes as part of an annual campaign to give their time and talents to community causes.
A Livonia, Mich., man who was driving a car north in the southbound lanes of I-275 in Monroe County crashed head on with a tractor-trailer and was pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday evening, according to the Monroe County sheriff's office.
Meeting called to order 7pm Present: Brosnan, Pastor, Meakin, Toy, Scheel, Brosnan Absent: Kritzman #230-14 Approving minutes of 7/21/14 Regular Council Meeting #231-14 Approving block party on Middleboro between Westmore and Mayfield on 8/9/14 from 12-10 pm.
Canton Public Library trustees have chosen to interview five candidates from a field of 14 applicants to replace departing board member Kim Schulz, who is leaving her position by late September due to an out-of-town move.
It appears from the reactions to his assessment in the Observer that Livonia Schools want money for students they no longer have, more money for the ones still enrolled, and more money to pay for their retirement and health care costs.
Dan Quisenberry, president of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies, wrote a column about Livonia Public Schools and the Hinoki International School .
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:08 pm
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