The Community Edge

Fatal Hit and Run, Sheriff Needs Your Help

The Sheriff’s Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal vehicle/pedestrian hit and run crash that occurred upon northbound Telegraph Road near Menoninee Street at 7:10 p.m. in Pontiac. A 53 year old homeless resident of Pontiac was killed when he was struck in the left lane by an unknown vehicle as he attempting to cross Telegraph Rd. A … [Read More...]

The Princeton Review Names Oakland University among Best Business Schools

Oakland University's School of Business Administration is featured on The Princeton Review's 2017 list of the 294 best business schools in the nation. Oakland University’s School of Business Administration is among the nation’s best business schools, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company profiles the school in the new … [Read More...]

Silverbell/Brewster Safety Path Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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Bowling Fundraiser for Allison Wisniewski

A Bowling Fundraiser for Allison Wisniewski will be held on November 13 at Classic Lanes in Rochester Hills. Allison is battling MMN (Multifocal Motor Neuropathy). … [Read More...]

Avondale Theatre Company hosts Dramathon to Raise Money and Build Skills

Avondale High School ninth through twelfth graders gave up 12 hours of their weekend to attend the school’s theater department event, Dramathon, which ran from Saturday noon to Saturday midnight. The event raises money to support the Avondale Theatre Company (ATC) compete in regional and state level competitions throughout the school year. This … [Read More...]

Community Foundation of Greater Rochester Tailgate Party

Join the Community Foundation of Greater Rochester on October 27 for its Sixth Annual Tailgate Party at the Royal Park Hotel and tailgate in style. Radio and TV personality Jay Towers and The Parade Company President and CEO Tony Michaels are the featured speakers. Attendees should wear comfortable jeans, a sports jersey and/or team colors. Enjoy … [Read More...]

The Rotary Club of Rochester is accepting applications for its Youth Exchange Program

Rotary's goal is to promote world understanding one person at the time. Every year, over 7,000 young scholars explore new cultures and communities through the Rotary Youth Exchange Program. Rotary clubs exist in more than 200 countries and geographical areas, and Youth Exchanges take place in nearly all of them. “We help with both inbound … [Read More...]

Holland’s Has Been Beautifying Rochester Since 1929

It started out as a way to earn extra money during the Great Depression, and evolved into a family business and Main Street landmark that has passed through three generations. In 1929, William L. Holland Sr. felt the sting of the U.S. economic collapse when his job as a foreman at Hudson Motor Car Company in Detroit was reduced to part time status. … [Read More...]

Dear Crabby, When Did Everyone Become an Independent Consultant?

Dear Crabby, These days when I open my Facebook page, I am inundated with invites to either a virtual or a physical party for whatever the latest direct sales phenomenon is. I want to support my friends, but if I buy something from each person, I’ll go broke! Any thoughts on how to handle the situation? Thanks, Missy Dependent, Dear Miss … [Read More...]

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