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.
Ferndale Cat Owner Says Craigslist Poster Won't Return Pet
A resident says her Maine Coon cat "Foxy," missing since early November, is posted for adoption on Craigslist.
Mom Arrested for Drunken Driving with Baby in Car
The woman told Ferndale Police she was swerving because she had been texting while driving, the Daily Tribune reports.
Benefit Show in Ferndale to Support South Oakland Shelter
It's the time of year to think of your fellow man, the spirit of good will and peace and philanthropy should prevail. This weekend sees just one of many notable benefit shows in the area.
Now Hiring: Job Openings in Ferndale
A look at jobs recently posted in the area.
Top Local Music Albums of 2012 (Part 1 of 2)
It's been a busy year buoyed by cool events and album releases in the Ferndale area.
2 New Ferndale Businesses Make Freep Top 10 List
Find out which places made the newspaper's list of the top 10 best new restaurants in Metro Detroit.
Report: Digital Learning Center Student Robbed
Four teens were arrested following the incident, which occurred around 11 a.m. Wednesday, the Daily Tribune reports.
The Season Is Here: Where to Get Flu Shots in Ferndale
Here's where to get an influenza vaccine, how to recognize symptoms and what to know about treatment if you get sick.
Ferndale Student Stars in 'Les Miserables' This Weekend
Ferndale High School senior Troy Dill-Reese, 17, will play the role of Jean Valjean.
Demolition Underway at Hayes Lemmerz Property in Ferndale
Renu Recycling has purchased the property and is preparing the site for future development.
Woman Attacked After Leaving Bus in Ferndale
Police said the woman used her keys to free herself from the attacker.
Ferndale Superintendent Responds to Newtown School Shooting
"Today was a tragic day for our nation, especially for those in schools, those who teach our children, and for our school families," writes Gary Meier, superintendent of Ferndale Public Schools.