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Troy, Michigan is located in Oakland County. Zip codes in Troy, MI include 48098, 48085, and 48084. The median home price in Troy is $269,900 which is roughly $136/per square foot. More Troy information.

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13 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

Marty Knollenberg: Cut out the red tape

Marty Knollenberg, 50, is the owner of an Allstate Insurance Agency branch in Troy.


17 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

Race wide open in the state Senate 13th District

Linda Kajma of Troy has lived in the 13th state Senate district for nearly 40 years.


21 hrs ago | Crain's Detroit Business

St. Joseph Mercy's new Pontiac tower puts hospitality into the hospital

Fabian Fregoli, M.D., St. Joseph Mercy Oakland's chief informatics officer, touts the hospital's "intelligent care system" that is part of plans for the new south patient tower .


Yesterday | Observer & Eccentric

Fishman: Lansing has to be more accountable state's to taxpayers

Ryan Fishman, 26, is a practicing attorney and owner of a public relations and business development firm.


Yesterday | Observer & Eccentric

Peltonen: It's time to enact a progressive income tax in Michigan

Cyndi Peltonen, 60, was elected to the Clawson Board of Education five times, serving for over 20 years.


Fri Jul 25, 2014

The Bluegrass Blog

Marshall Bluegrass Festival photos

The Thursday crowd at the Marshall Bluegrass Festival held in Marshall, Michigan at the Calhoun County Fairgrounds was greeted by the promoter and host band member, Jeremie Cole.


The Detroit News

Troy police bust several marijuana grow operations

Troy -- Police said Friday they are investigating a number of marijuana grow operations in the city that are suspected of violating either state or local laws.



Troy police investigate multiple marijuana grow operations

In April, a grow operation was found at a home on the 1000 block of Scottsdale. The operation was deemed legal under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act , but electrical, mechanical and non-permitted building modification issues were found during the investigation.


Thu Jul 24, 2014

Michigan Lawyers Weekly

MiLW's 2014 Women in the Law honorees announced

Michigan Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce the Class of 2014 of MiLW's "Women in the Law" awards program.


Wed Jul 23, 2014

Housing Wire

Chla challenges Fhfa Ig report on risk from smaller nonbank lenders

The Community Home Lenders Association is challenging the Federal Housing Finance Agency IG report issued last week which had raised concerns about risks to the GSEs from increased loan purchases from smaller nonbank mortgage lenders.


Tue Jul 22, 2014


Rescue group steps in to help feral cats in Troy

An animal rescue group, specializing in helping feral cats, has stepped up to help the feral cats and kittens living in and out of the garage of Thomas Petho's home in Troy.


Business Journal

Nationwide ordered to pay $10M in damages for fund relationship gone bad

A Delaware judge says Nationwide must pay $10.3 million to a Michigan investment management firm for breach of contract.


F&M Magazine

Dallas Industries Appoints Zimmerman McDonald as Representative

The Midwest stamping and fabrication specialist will represent their coil handling and press feeding equipment and controls in Missouri, Kansas, and Southern Illinois.


Models wanted: Metro Detroit's Somerset Collection hosts search this weekend

The Somerset Collections says it's looking for models to wear "top brands" in fashion shows, television appearances and major events such as Fashion in Detroit.


Fri Jul 18, 2014

CBS Local

Police Seek Help Finding Thieving Couple In Troy Area

Troy Police are seeking the assistance of the public to identify two people thought to be taking wallets from purses at various locations throughout Michigan - including the Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids and Holland areas.


High Performance Pontiac

The History of Classic GTO Plastic

There were many baby-boomers that were not quite old enough to drive or could not afford a GTO, but still wanted to build the car of their dreams a possibly even the one they had seen cruising up and down the main streets of America.


Hometown Life

Perpetual patching is becoming routine

Tom Trice, Public Works director for Bloomfield Township, said the damage caused by this past winter was the worst he had seen in his 47-year career in public works.


Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Detroit News

New DMC Heart Hospital to open on July 29

The Detroit Medical Center provided a glimpse Thursday of its new Heart Hospital, set to open July 29 in an effort to distinguish the DMC as a regional leader in cardiac care.


Z100 Radio

I'm Guessing The Engagement Is Off

And he wanted to propose, but couldn't afford a ring. So this past Valentine's Day, he and a friend drove to the bank in Illinois.


Wed Jul 16, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Michigan Senate panel OKs bill offering wider access to experimental drugs

Arlene Kalley has lived with terminal cancer for years -- and with each new drug she uses to keep the disease at bay, her options dwindle.



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