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Franklin fans Jacob Logue, Alex Hespel, Konnor Forbing, Kameron Lewis, Parker Bratcher, and Ein Franklin are ready for the big game. [Read More]
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Farmington remains undefeated at 5-0 with win over Avondale... [Read More]
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Drew Alsobrooks threw for three TDs and ran for another in Churchill's 41-35 KLAA East Division football win over Franklin. [Read More]
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Paul Fine tells his story to a full house during the Hometown Life Storyteller series at The Village Workshop in Northville. [Read More]
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Lee Philips was arrested the day after the CVS at Five Mile and Sheldon was robbed by a masked man with a pistol. [Read More]
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Chris Newell, who met Helen Keller when Newell was young, donated a table to help the auction for Livonia-based Seedlings Braille Books for Children. [Read More]
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With a party at Beverly Park, the folks at Next -- the Birmingham senior center -- celebrated its 40th anniversary. [Read More]
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House targeted: Farmington police investigate drive-by shooting at home on Wesley Street. [Read More]
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More than 70 people came out to hear stories from all walks of life about music and its impact on them. [Read More]
Coffee + Cream is open for business at the corner of Joy Road and Hix in Livonia. [Read More]
Lukomski's long kickoffs are helping raise money for Alex's Lemonade Stand to fight childhood cancer... [Read More]
A Farmington Hills man tells police that a laptop computer delivered to his apartment complex disappeared before he could get it. [Read More]
Livonia Clarenceville has canceled its next two varsity football games because of lack of numbers and injuries. [Read More]
As the day of a millage request draws closer, fans and opponents of the downtown Plymouth PARC complex voice their views. [Read More]
State Rep. Laura Cox, who's running to join the state Senate, did not attend a League of Women Voters forum Sept. 19 in Livonia. [Read More]
Brian Meakin and Laurie Pohutsky shared their thoughts on issues during a candidate forum Sept. 19. [Read More]
Farmington Hills office building worker reports racist vandalism carved into picnic table. [Read More]
Farmington Hills police called after angry customer shows up at home, knocks over plant, scares kids. [Read More]
School is where students find interested, caring adults who work hard to help make connections, learn skills and prepare to live meaningful lives. [Read More]
September rolls on as the downtown Farmington Farmers Market sets up for what organizers call the "biggest market of the season" during Harvest Moon. [Read More]
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