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Premier Academy Gets the Green Light at the Busy Intersection of Adams and Tienken

The intersection of Adams Road and Tienken Road was described as "horrendous" by most of the residents Monday night at the Rochester Hills City Council meeting. The Premier Academy's new construction plan calls for their second location of daycare/learning space to be built on the southeast corner of the busy intersection. Locals, both for and … [Read More...]

Rochester Hills Mayor Leads National Discussion on Autonomous Vehicles with VIDEO

Mayor Barnett Invites Nation’s Mayors to Prepare for a Driverless Future This week, Mayor Bryan K. Barnett of Rochester Hills and Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans, hosted a national phone call through the U.S. Conference of Mayors to discuss how cities can be prepared for autonomous vehicle (AV) testing, organize pilot programs and develop … [Read More...]

REVIEW: ‘Boeing, Boeing’ Takes Humor to New Heights

I must confess I wasn’t familiar with this play, but rather the 1965 film which starred Tony Curtis and Jerry Lewis in the lead roles. Thankfully, Avon Players Theatre president John (JD) Deierlein set me straight that the play (1960) is what inspired the movie. But even if neither version was on your radar, you’ll definitely want to buckle up for … [Read More...]

Romance through the Ages with Cooking and Crafts at Cranberry Lake Farm

Participants will learn about the fascinating history of romantic traditions, courting rituals and lesser known facets of our past. Pastry chef, Pam Gustairs, will be on site teaching guests how to make the Crepe, France’s delectable staple. Chef Pam will demonstrate how easy it is to make crepes, and how to experiment with the varieties of … [Read More...]

Newcomers & Neighbors of Greater Rochester Welcome Coffee

The Newcomers and Neighbors Club of Greater Rochester has something to offer you. Individuals that live in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland, Troy and surrounding communities in Michigan are invited. New friendships are formed through a variety of programs and activities. From Couples Pub Nights and Ladies Lunch groups to Book Clubs and Game … [Read More...]

Attending the 2018 North American International Auto Show?

Here's What You Need to Know Public Show - January 20-28, 2018 Where the automotive world comes together. Experience an automotive event unlike any other. At the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) attendees will have the opportunity to see up-close the vehicles and technologies that will shape the future automotive landscape. … [Read More...]

Fire & Ice Festival Adjusts to Weather

Ziplining will replace tube sledding at this year’s Fire & Ice Festival in Rochester because the weather has not cooperated in the construction of the sledding hill. Festival goers will still be able to enjoy all their other favorite Fire & Ice activities including fireworks; the Big, Bright Light Show; TasteFest, The Brooksie Way Chill at … [Read More...]

Meadow Brook Hall Presents A Servant’s Life

Special Tour and Lecture Inspired by the Downton Abbey Television Series Meadow Brook Hall presents A Servant’s Life - a series of events February 10 through February 25 inspired by the popular PBS series Downton Abbey. Guests will gain insight into the daily life of the servants that lived and worked at Meadow Brook Hall. The month … [Read More...]

Dear Crabby, Do We Need to Worry about More Meteors?

Dear Crabby, Do We Need to Worry about More Meteors? Sincerely, Sky Rock   Dear Sky, Yes and no. They could fall anytime, space has all kinds of ice and rocks and icy rocks shooting around the cosmos, and once in a while they fall to earth. Most times, the experts tell us, they break up and burn up in the atmosphere. Apparently, … [Read More...]

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