Grosse Pointe

While the Grosse Pointes may be known for old money and Metro Detroit's bluest blood, the collection of cities is also a place for young families to put down their roots in a stable community with easy access to Detroit's cultural amenities. Plus, the Pointes' waterfront parks and neighborhood shopping add up to a complete package of riches for its residents.

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8 Things: Outdoor fun to squeeze into your summer

Feature Story Heather Bendure and Matt Martus are trying to protect their Grosse Pointe Park bungalow from future flooding.
Feature Story It’s not often that an inner-ring suburb like Southfield has the chance to redevelop nearly 100 acres but that’s just the opportunity the old Northland Center site presents
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Taking tech to our trails

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Robotics programs in Michigan can receive $3 million in grants

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Saving seeds to save healthy communities

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Take a walk in Grosse Pointe Park's Cabbage Patch neighborhood

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Siren PR expands but doesn’t want to outgrow kitchen table

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NAACP branch in the works for the Grosse Pointes

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