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Beaumont Grosse Pointe Nurse Earns Award
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David Palmer Wins Pro Squash Tour’s 2013 World Championship
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Police & Fire
Hundreds fled the scene following the incident at the St. Joan of Arc Festival late Saturday night, but no injuries were reported.
If your New Year's resolution is to live a greener lifestyle, check out these 20 tips to help you stick to your plan.
Sports, Local Connections
Tickets are still available for Dec. 21 charity game at Plymouth’s Compuware Arena.
Visit to Commerce was vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan's first since being named to the GOP 2012 ticket.
Republican presidential candidate draws crowd of 9,300 people at Long Family Orchard in Commerce, organizers say.
Ninth district Congressman wins on support of Oakland County, according to reports.
Five of the six candidates for the 14th Congressional district spoke Sunday amid talk of 'racist rhetoric,' according to Detroit Democrat.
“We Are One" brings together teachers and other union workers from around Metro Detroit with a candlelight vigil.
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