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New disc golf course built in Oxford

Just in time for fall colors, Oxford Township boasts a new reason for spending time outdoors before the winter comes.

Entrepreneur resource center to open in Arab American National Museum in Dearborn

The Growth Center will offer small business coaching and tutelage to the area's Arab American, immigrant, and refugee populations.

Advanced manufacturing workforce training center opening in Madison Heights

The Michigan Advanced Manufacturing Collaboration is now accepting applications for its first cohort.

New yoga studio in Ferndale started by long-time teacher

There's a new place to get on your up-dog in Ferndale.

Cafe and specialty gift shop opens in downtown Flat Rock

The Blue Heron Trading company aims to offer a gathering place, unique shopping experience.

New bus routes, barber shops: September development news round-up

It's been another busy month for development news in metropolitan Detroit. Let's catch up.

Crowdfunding campaign launched for Rochester park

Planned improvements include concessions, a picnic garden, public art installations, benches, hammocks, green space, bike infrastructure, interpretive signage, and more.

Michigan craft beer tasting event continues to grow in Milford

The Michigan brewery scene has grown this past decade, and the Brewed in Michigan tasting event in Milford Township has grown with it.

New athletic fieldhouse to open in downtown Port Huron

The new fieldhouse will bring basketball, volleyball, a walking track and a community center.

Macomb County's Resource Fair promotes financial independence—on four wheels

The Financial Empowerment Mobile a.k.a. the "eBus" is about empowering the whole family.

Ferndale doggie day care business caters to small dogs

The small dogs receive more hands-on attention from a staff that is specific to Tiny Town.

Coffee, groceries and high-end condos: Regional development news round-up for August

New coffee in downtown Northville, new groceries in downtown Plymouth, and downtown Rochester may trade its historic elevator for high-end condos.

Public input sought for Oakland County's Highland Recreation Area

The plan will assist the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in protecting and preserving the park's natural assets.

Harrison Township road fix spurs $56.6 million in investment

Officials expect the investment could generate up to 519 jobs for the Macomb County site.

Future of Northland Center in Southfield to be discussed at public meeting

The shuttered mall—once America's largest—is scheduled to come down and a new development is expected to rise in its place.
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