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Head coach Solomon Spann made his debut at University Liggett School last week. His Knights' boys varsity basketball team dropped its opener, 53-29, to host... [Read More]
Freshman Molly Ryszewski is scoring goals like Wayne Gretzky in his heyday, and the team she plays on, Grosse Pointe South's girls hockey squad, is... [Read More]
Grosse Pointe South's boys basketball team took to the court last week to open its season against Detroit University Prep and Anchor Bay. The Blue... [Read More]
The Grosse Pointe Lakers will present the fourth annual Holiday Basketball Camp on Wednesday, Dec. 26, through Friday, Dec. 28, at The Grosse Pointe Academy,... [Read More]
It's been a long time coming, not only for bar-goers on Charlevoix - peering into the windows, trying to catch a glimpse through brown... [Read More]
There probably aren't a lot of Grosse Pointers — even the lifelong ones — who can say they've been on every street in the five... [Read More]
The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit has set a fundraising goal of $8.2 million this year. The Detroit Conner Creek Corps — which serves Grosse... [Read More]
Dina Winter fell in love for the first time at age 14. That was her age when her mother took her to her first opera.... [Read More]
Former Grosse Pointe Woods resident Leo "Jerry" Howe III, 72, of Lachine, passed away Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, at MidMichigan Medical Center–Alpena. Born Oct. 13,... [Read More]
Michigan Opera Theatre returns to The War Memorial for Gian Carlo Menotti's classic holiday opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors" at 2 and 6:30 p.m.... [Read More]
Grosse Pointe Farms resident Marla G. Maiuri presents "Gender Identity and Human Sexuality, as it Relates to the Wholeness of Who We Are," during the... [Read More]
This cartoon by Marshall Ramsey of the Jackson, Miss., Clarion Ledger, part of the USA Today Network, "went viral" after he posted it on Twitter.... [Read More]
With pounding heart and mile-wide smile, the Rev. Susan d'Olive Mozena recently got the experience of a lifetime in the cockpit of a B-52 Stratofortress... [Read More]
Residents questioned village council and administrators about increasing water bills the past several years during the village council... [Read More]
Residents of a home in the 1800 block of Hampton are grateful for their quick thinking and the community's quick response after their home... [Read More]
Here's the storyline: The goblin tribes get news of a mouse on a mission to rid the world of all its ancient evils. Concerned the... [Read More]
Casey Wizner of Grosse Pointe Farms recently began a 10-month term of service in the National Civilian Community Corps, an AmeriCorps program. Founded in 1994,... [Read More]
A monthlong book drive in Grosse Pointe in October, spearheaded by local resident and University Liggett School student Matthew Lesha, has generated a... [Read More]
By Jeff and Debra Jay Q: My husband has long had an alcohol problem. He drank nightly, but always managed not to let it affect... [Read More]
The Grosse Pointe Symphony presents its annual holiday concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9, at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, 467... [Read More]