Week in Review: Free Parking Extended, Students Arrested at DLC 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.
City Council approved an extension of free parking through March 11.
BetterBuildings for Michigan recently announced that its home energy incentive program is nearing completion.
Board selects Adrienne Gilmore to fill the seat vacated by Jim O’Donnell.
Police seeking warrant against additional student who left the school before police could arrest him. The fight reportedly started as the result of students taunting each other.
A pair of handcuffs and a hunting knife were found in a compartment of the driver’s car door, police said.
Annual 'Guest Reader Day' will be held at Roosevelt Primary School on March 15.
Graduation and dropout rates for 2012 were released by the State of Michigan this month.
Ferndale-based company honored by the Michigan Food and Beverage Association and Detroit Association of Grocery Manufacturers Representatives.
The business has provided dinner for election inspectors on Election Day since 2008.
Arts & Entertainment
‘Shamrocks and Shenanigans’ will be held on Thursday, March 14 at the Loving Touch.
Looking for a place in town to unwind? A new app can assist you.
Second annual event scheduled for May 11, 2013.
Tickets now available for the 'Winter Warm Up' on March 7.
Do you know who this dog belongs to?
A Missing Person Report was filed for Taurus Burns, who left home without his car, keys or phone, according to his wife Bethany Young Burns.
Ferndale center offering free, confidential testing at various times each week.
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