Week in Review: City Responds to Parking Concerns, Rust Belt Looks to Expand and More
Here's a look at some of the top 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 over the past week. Click on the title to see the full story.
Mayor says parking rates are worth revisiting.
Ferndale Mayor Dave Coulter submitted this letter to the editor.
Cty staff will use the weekend as an opportunity to review the data generated by the new pay stations.
The driver was on parole for convictions including armed robbery, according to Ferndale Police.
Residents reported hearing three loud booms around 8:30 p.m.
The artisan market wants to expand its business model to host events during the week in a 4,000-square-foot isolated space inside the market.
Meet Jessica Reynolds, owner of Pole Addiction in Ferndale.
A reader recently asked for heating/cooling company recommendations in the Ferndale area.
Part 2 (of 3): U-D history professor and published author/biographer discusses the iconic writer as a "broken-hearted American dreamer."
Looking for something to read? Who better to ask than a librarian?
Growing group is open to area residents who have been touched by adoption.
Our weekly mystery photo tests how well you know Ferndale.
A recently enacted Michigan law changed the minimum age requirement for a child enrolling in kindergarten.
Annual festival to be held Saturday, June 1.
A look at jobs recently posted in the area.
Twins are extremely rare in giraffes.
A look at some of the houses currently available for lease in Ferndale.