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The Canton state representative and two of her colleagues are promoting a package of bills that supports women's health.
The 14th District Congressman says voices 'from every corner of Michigan' encouraged him to run for retiring Sen. Carl Levin's seat.
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Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus says broadcasting the tapes invades victims' privacy. Tell us what you think in our poll or with a comment.
Kelly Belcher started processing loans when she was in high school; now, it's her full-time career working out of the Plymouth Key Mortgage office.
Patterned after a game show "lightning round", the Monday event gathers financial experts who will inform and answer questions.
St. John Lutheran Church hosts the free run and brief memorial service Sunday at 12:30 p.m.
A handful of representatives from the Asian Indian community displayed signs in front of the bank Thursday afternoon.
A collection of 'Five Golden PEEPS' takes second place among Patch readers across Michigan.
DTE Energy offers customers an opportunity to decline the new wireless meters, but plans to charge one-time and monthly fees.
Farmington Public Safety Director Bob Schulz says crisis counselors may be called as officers have time to reflect on the tragedy.
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