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South quarterback Ryan Downey looks for his blockers to make a path for him to run on a first-half gain. Photo by Paul Kania One... [Read More]
On November's ballot, Wayne County Community College District is asking voters to approve a 2.25-mill permanent levy. Currently, WCCCD levies three separate... [Read More]
There may be more parking coming to Village Market. Maybe. Monday, Oct. 8, Jacob Garmo, Village Market co-owner, and architect John Vitale... [Read More]
The Republican candidate for Michigan Senate District 2 - which comprises the Grosse Pointes, Harper Woods, Highland Park, Hamtramck and... [Read More]
To better serve the community's seniors in the event of a power outage, The Helm at the Boll Life Center, formerly known as Services for... [Read More]
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David Landuyt said before this year he hadn't spent much time long-distance bike riding. That was before the Grosse Pointe Park resident committed to riding... [Read More]
Host Grosse Pointe South girls volleyball team beat L'Anse Creuse 25-16, 25-15, 23-25, 25-14 in a Macomb Area Conference White Division match last week. With... [Read More]
Grosse Pointer James Singelyn has turned his patience and expertise into a way to bring happiness to high school swimmers and divers. He left a... [Read More]
Grosse Pointe North and Grosse Pointe South girls cross-country teams put in a little work as each prepares for the division meet. They competed in... [Read More]
Head coach Dan Cimini was confident his University Liggett School football team would continue its winning ways on homecoming. The Knights were looking to even... [Read More]
At the beginning of the season, head coach Mark Sobieralski saw an inexperienced team struggle through the first few tournaments. Things clicked last week as... [Read More]
During an Oct. 17 open house event, Executive Director Peggy Hayes announced Services for Older Citizens has been renamed The Helm at the... [Read More]
Speech therapist Amanda Bungard reviews the theme of the week with McKenzie. On the heels of completing its 20th summer serving children with special needs... [Read More]
Photos courtesy of Kari AdamsBack row from left, Paige Bearse, Lizzy Stapleton, Sofia Smith, Alexandra Ostrowski, Audrey Calcaterra, Audrey Turner, Abby Blyth,... [Read More]
During the May city council meeting, Lt. Scott Rohr proposed what he called a win-win deal for public safety and the village of Grosse... [Read More]
Grosse Pointe Park resident Sarah Prues Hecker hates running. But even more so, she loves Samaritas, a social ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in... [Read More]
Photo by Jody McVeighAnne Roberts and Joseph Palazzolo tickle the ivories in advance of the Oct. 27 concert. First-time partners Anne Roberts and Joseph... [Read More]
Grosse Pointe Board of Realtors Executive Officer Bob Taylor passes GP's leash to Mary Lamparter as part of the ceremony. The past four years, Ron... [Read More]
Cost sharing among the five voting members of the Milk River Drainage District. Grosse Pointe Woods — During Monday's meeting, city council approved the... [Read More]
It wasn't long after Shores Department of Public Works employees found a gun in the Lakeshore Road median that public safety discovered... [Read More]
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