Week in Review: Police Arrest Suspect After Chase, Backyard Fires Discussed and More

Here's a look at some of the most popular 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 some popular stories on Ferndale Patch over the past week. Click on the title to see the full story.

Ferndale Police Arrest Fleeing Suspect with Stolen Car

The suspect reportedly jumped out of the moving vehicle and fled on foot before being arrested on Eight Mile near Woodward, police said.

Should Backyard Fires Be Allowed in Ferndale?

Open burning is currently illegal in the city, but officials are working on an ordinance that would make fire pits legal with certain restrictions.

How Much Have Your Ferndale Neighbors Given to Obama and Romney?

Ferndale residents have donated $19,678.07 to Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, according to an interactive database of campaign contributions from the Federal Election Commission.

Milo's Trip: Burgeoning Music Documentarians on the Borders of Ferndale

Aaron Smith and Kyle Gleisner of Cabin 44 are busy building their canon by covering the metro area's local music scene - New music video premiers Oct. 5 at the Loving Touch.

Recap: Ferndale Board of Education Sept. 24 Meeting

Here are some highlights from Monday evening's school board meeting.

Letter to the Editor: School Board Member Takes Issue With PAC Accusations

Ferndale Schools Board of Education Trustee Darcey McLaughlin submitted this letter to the editor.

Photos: School Spirit on Display at FHS Homecoming Parade

Check out photos from Friday evening's Ferndale High School Homecoming Parade and add your photos to the gallery!

Brooks Patterson Says He Remembers Nothing of the Aug. 10 Crash

In one of his first interviews since the accident, the Oakland County executive talks about his injuries, his first year missing the Brooksie Way, and why he wasn't wearing a seat belt.

The Michigan State Police, Huntington Woods and Berkley Public Safety Departments and Alliance Mobile Health responded to the scene Friday.


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