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Ferndale vegan restaurant expands hours, offers lunch and carry out

Old favorites and new options will round out the lunch menu. 

Winning mural chosen for new park in Rochester Hills

The mural depicting a day on the trail by Rochester Hills mom and children's book illustrator Christine Gibson will be installed along the Clinton River Trail.

Coffee, books, music, movies, and more: New and used retailer to open in Utica

This will be the national chain's second Michigan location and first-ever with an in-store coffee bar.

Automotive group to build new headquarters and tech center in Auburn Hills

Michigan beat out South Carolina in a bid for the North American headquarters of FEV Group. The facility will be located in Auburn Hills.

Regional development news round-up for June

A pitch competition in Pontiac, vibrant downtowns in Oakland County, a Peregrine Falcon named Grace in Macomb County, and more in our June development roundup.

Public art competition in Rochester's Lake Norcentra Park opens polls to the public

Over 3,000 votes have been placed since online polls opened just one week ago.

Leon & Lulu nears completion of expansion into historic Clawson Theater

Downtown Clawson's Leon & Lulu's shop is almost done with a new expansion that restores a bit of the past. Get ready for "The Show."

New Ferndale veterinary clinic off to a busy start, to celebrate with an open house

A new veterinary clinic in Ferndale aims to give pets a one-on-one approach.

Detroit pie maker expands downriver with Wyandotte restaurant and River Rouge bakery

Downriver residents can now sample the sweet and savory offerings of Dangerously Delicious Pies.

5 things to know about the new regional transit plan

The Southeast Michigan Regional Transit Authority unveiled a master plan for regional transit last week, Here's what you need to know.

State placemaking campaign puts spotlight on Marine City Public Beach

Marine City looks to upgrade its beach facility on the St. Clair River with the help of the State of Michigan and a crowdfunding campaign.

Regional development news round-up for May

Preservation and restoration thrive in northern Oakland County, Michigan rebrands its Main Street program, new manufacturing jobs come to Shelby Township and Birningham's Townsend Hotel gets an overhaul.

Rochester company deconstructs, not demolishes, old homes

Rochester-based Bloomingdale Construction is hopping on the home deconstruction trend with a new spinoff business.

Walsh College celebrates $15 million expansion

Troy's Walsh college touts space for students from all walks of life in its new renovation.

Effort to green up urban Macomb County takes root

Southern Macomb County has plenty of people. But trees? Not so much. A new initiative is set to change that.
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