Week in Review: Parking Rate Changes, Woman Threatened at Ferndale Grocery Store
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.
More details from Monday night's City Council discussion on parking rates and enforcement.
Police said the suspect approached a 67-year-old woman with a note that stated he had a gun.
Children at Roosevelt Primary participated in the school's annual celebration of Martin Luther King Day.
Insights on Synesthetes to Soup, and even "Sh*t" someone's dad says, our commendable Library Page Kathleen has quite a blend for this week's recommendations.
It's not too late to get vaccinated against the flu, according to the Oakland County Health Division.
Police report "relatively few violations" at local stores; working toward 100 percent compliance.
Motor City Bootcamp accepting shoes this month to be distributed around the world to those in need.
A look at jobs recently posted in the area.
Nominations are being accepted now through Jan. 30.
Jim O'Donnell discusses strategic planning, school board meeting policies and more.
Seminar for parents and adults will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 23 at Ferndale High School.