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City of Center Line seeks to build up downtown area, encourages green infrastructure through grants

The City of Center Line wants to make itself more appealing to millennials and their young families.

East Dearborn's City Hall Artspace Lofts bazaar offers local, one-of-a-kind gifts

Pieces include handmade jewelry, sculptures, textiles, glass dolls, and visual arts.

Placemaking initiative set to improve MacArthur Park and Clinton River in downtown Mt. Clemens

Proposed improvements include a universally accessible kayak and canoe launch, universally accessible restrooms, and a universally accessible picnic table with a charging station.

How Metro Detroit's car-oriented suburbs are implementing a 'new American dream'

Is the auto-dominated, cul-de-sac, sprawl suburb permanently losing its hold on the American imagination? Sterling Heights, Troy and Southfield are planning on it.

Oakland County joins PACE program to promote energy efficiency for businesses

PACE offsets the upfront costs of energy efficiency upgrades through a special property tax assessment.

Clay Township named Sturgeon Capital of Michigan

Sturgeon can grow over 8 feet long and weigh up to 800 pounds. And the St. Clair River is the best place in Michigan to catch one.

Skateboard shop opens up in Clawson

It's all thanks to a nine-year-old boy.

Lake Norcentra Park successfully raises more than $100,000 for improvements

The multiple improvements come as a result of a $51,201 crowdfunding campaign and a $50,000 grant.

New boutique hotel to be built in Marine City

Developers and city officials say the hotel is another example of downtown Marine City's resurgence.

Royal Oak made-from-scratch bakery to open second location in Birmingham

Love & Buttercream Too is more than five times the size of the original Royal Oak location.

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.
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