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The Grosse Pointe North/Grosse Pointe South girls lacrosse teams battled in the cold and wind last week on the Norsemen's home field. It was the... [Read More]
Grosse Pointe South girls track and field team won its Macomb Area Conference Red Division opener last week, beating host Romeo 76-61. The Blue Devils... [Read More]
The Grosse Pointe North girls tennis team opened its season last week with a 5-3 victory over Allen Park. Freshman Ana Todesco won her varsity... [Read More]
It was a successful return to the pitch for the Grosse Pointe South girls soccer team last week. The host Blue Devils used a five-goal... [Read More]
A building on Mack will receive a facelift. Monday, April 8, council approved the site plan for the building at 18450 Mack, at the corner... [Read More]
CITY OF GROSSE POINTE — Road work is expected to begin in June, said Director of Public Works Pete Randazzo. Monday, April 15, council approved... [Read More]
Click here to read Kristin Elisabeth Beck-Pogue's Obituary... [Read More]
Click here to read Sean Thomas Albert Downey's Obituary... [Read More]
CITY OF GROSSE POINTE — Monday, April 15, the city approved the purchase of a new rubbish truck to replace one of its aging vehicles.... [Read More]
City council approved the proposal by Stucky Vitale Architects for undertaking first-phase scope of work in the renovation of city hall. [Read More]
Tau Beta Association's 16th annual Spring Market takes place May 2 to 4, at The Grosse Pointe Club, 6 Berkshire Place, Grosse Pointe Farms. This... [Read More]
Tiger's back," the world proclaimed following Tiger Woods' come-from-behind victory in The Masters Tournament Sunday. It was Mr. Woods' fifth Masters victory... [Read More]
By Brian Jacob For more than a decade, enrollment in Grosse Pointe public schools has been on the decline. As a result, most school buildings... [Read More]
To say Sue Acton enjoys staying busy likely is an understatement. The City of Grosse Pointe resident has her hand in a couple jobs, a... [Read More]
Public Safety Director John Schulte reported a decrease in crime in the Shores in 2018. Summarizing the department's annual report before... [Read More]
To make room for a new Ghesquiere Park concession facility, council approved the demolition of the current building during Monday's city... [Read More]
The Alliance Française de Grosse Pointe invites the community to learn how nearly 800 French women in the mid-17th century answered the call of their... [Read More]
For decades, Grosse Pointe Theatre has presented scholarships to promising young talent in and around the Grosse Pointes. Each year, hopeful high school... [Read More]
The War Memorial hosts former first daughter Barbara Pierce Bush in its Patriot Theater at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 25, as she delivers her address,... [Read More]
Elementary school artists are invited to participate in The Village's 31st annual "Paint the Windows" contest, which takes place Saturday, May 11, when... [Read More]