Week in Review: Community Mourns Loss of Ferndale Student and More
Here's a look at several Ferndale Patch posts from the past seven days.
We know you've been busy, but it's time to catch up. Here's a look at several stories on Ferndale Patch from over the past week. Click on the title to see the full story.
Grief counselors were at the school Friday to support staff and students.
Parking rates will return to 50 cents per hour.
Treat Dreams debuts its new space, including an expanded kitchen and dining area.
Modern Natural Baby needs diapers for a new window display and is offering customers 20 cents store credit for each diaper they bring in.
Performances began Saturday at the Ferndale High School auditorium.
Lindsey Harnish looks through her recently-downloaded audiobooks via our Overdrive Media service - which provides you access to numerous titles in E-book or Audiobook-format (with your library card!).
A look at jobs recently posted in the area.
The Twisted Shamrock, an Irish and Celtic goods specialty store, enjoys its second busiest season as the holiday approaches.
Tokyo Sushi is now open at 1225 Woodward Heights in the former location of Pete's Place.
Credit Union ONE, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary, began with $158 pooled together by 15 neighbors.
Several focus group meetings will be held this week.
"We're moving in the right direction and that's a good thing for Ferndale, for the region and for the City of Detroit," Piana said.