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Funding for city services to be discussed at Tuesday's meeting.
The informal coffee meet starts at 7 p.m. Tuesday, just before the council meeting.
The city asks residents to get outside, plant and care for a tree this weekend.
Attention tax day procrastinators! Here's what you need to know.
County executive announced launch of MITradeSchool.org, a website to help match trade schools with those looking to learn trades.
Announcement at West Bloomfield Police Department focuses on background checks and mental health.
Approximately 100 turned out to hear from activists, elected officials, and industry experts on the controversial issue involving natural gas underneath area waterways.
Republican presidential candidate draws crowd of 9,300 people at Long Family Orchard in Commerce, organizers say.
Onondaga Rep. Barb Byrum, along with two advocate groups, asks Michigan House Republicans to apologize for banning Byrum and West Bloomfield Rep. Lisa Brown from speaking on bill last month. Take our poll to tell us what you think!
Rep. Lisa Brown of West Bloomfield referenced her Jewish faith and anatomy while arguing against legislation restricting abortion.
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