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3 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
The rumor mill is in high gear, saying that AC/DC may not be back at all this year, or any year,... Passengers board a SMART bus at the SMART bus stop park and ride, a major transit hub, at Northland Center in Southfield on Monday, March 2, 2009.
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6 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric
SP:1313 Site Plan Review Request of SRI Energy, LLC, on behalf of the owner, Ari Kresch, Northwestern Hwy LLC, to construct a 6,179 gross square ft carport with rooftop solar panels on property located at 26700 Lahser Road on the east side of Lahser Road between Northwestern Highway and I-696, Parcel #2422-102-013, Section 22, City of Southfield, ... (more)
14 hrs ago | The Detroit News
Royal Oak -- A HAZMAT team was activated Tuesday morning at the city's police station after two police officers discovered a white powdery substance in a piece of mail, city officials said.
State Sen. Bert Johnson is dropping out of a crowded race for an open seat in Congress and plans to run for re-election instead, he said today.
Loren Jordan of Southfield is one of 10 finalists in a fashion contest inspired by the DIA exhibition Samurai: Beyond the Sword.
Prepping for Passover is quite a process at Barbara Morse's home. Ahead of the eight-day Jewish holiday that starts at sundown Monday, the Franklin resident clears and scours her kitchen as well as retrieves dishes, silverware and utensils customarily used only during the period.
According to the police report, the suspect was the passenger in the car, and during the investigation, they reportedly discovered he was in possession of crack cocaine and had several outstanding warrants for his arrest.
Change is in the wind for Lawrence Technological University - and its students - with two major construction projects getting under way this year.
Tom McDaniel is taking no sides in the May 6 library bond vote - and he has the signs to prove it.
The award will be presented on April 30 during the company's annual Franchise Conference in Phoenix.
Jeremy Moss was not happy the morning after the Southfield City Council agreed on a 4-2 vote to ask the city attorney to come up with a civil rights ordinance that protects everyone, including members of the gay community.
The lane is expected to be closed into Friday evening, but should be open tomorrow morning.