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The event will be held Wednesday, April 17, at St. James Catholic Church in Ferndale.
An unusually high water bill could mean your water usage was previously underestimated, or you could have a leak, says Ferndale DPW Director Loyd Cureton.
Special council meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 2 at Ferndale City Hall.
Teens with a temporary drivers permit, or a level 1 or 2 graduated license, will be prohibited from using a cell phone while driving a car under a law that takes effect Thursday.
Parking rates will return to 50 cents per hour.
BetterBuildings for Michigan recently announced that its home energy incentive program is nearing completion.
Mayor says parking rates are worth revisiting.
Michigan Land Bank Authority is in the process of finalizing who they will negotiate with for the sale of the state fairgrounds property.
City officials say solutions are in the works and urge residents to keep the feedback coming.
Get ready for the week ahead in Ferndale with these five things to know.
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