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Benefits from Gifts That Keep Giving

Beaumont Children’s, A Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Benefits from Gifts That Keep Giving  Beaumont Children’s is the only Children’s Miracle Network Hospital in Southeast Michigan. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) is a nonprofit organization that relies on the generosity of others to support its children’s programs. Most of … [Read More...]

Oakland University Wins at Model United Nations Game

Oakland University's Model United Nations Team Wins Lake Erie Conference for Third Straight Year For the third consecutive year, Oakland University (OU) emerged as the top team at the Lake Erie Model United Nations Conference. Eight schools competed at the event, which took place November 9-12 in Huron, Ohio. During the event, participants … [Read More...]

An Old Fashioned Christmas at Van Hoosen Farm

The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm will be presenting an Old Fashioned Christmas on Saturday, December 16, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Advance tickets available for $5 for Museum members and $8 for non-members. Tickets at the door on December 16 are subject to availability and will be $10 per person. Please register at the Museum on … [Read More...]

Rochester Hills Resident Runs Every Street in the City

Sandy Stiner Completes 500 Mile Challenge On May 20, Rochester Hills resident and avid runner Sandy Stiner set out to run every street in the City of Rochester Hills. 22 weeks later, she completed nearly 500 miles, met new people, discovered unique features of the city, and has a story for nearly every neighborhood. “I realized how much I … [Read More...]

Do You Know an Avondale Student Who Stands Out From the Crowd?

Seeking Avondale Students Who “Stand Out From the Crowd” for Annual Youth Recognition Awards Avondale Youth Assistance (AYA) and the Auburn Hills Morning Optimist Club have partnered in a search for students who “stand out from the crowd” to celebrate the good things they have accomplished. Students in grades 5 and higher who reside or attend a … [Read More...]

Bring Joy to a Michigan Child this Holiday Season

Be sure to make the “nice list” this year and brighten the holiday of a Michigan family in need by donating to The Rainbow Connection’s Annual Toy Drive through December 20. The Rainbow Connection (TRC) grants wishes to Michigan children battling life threatening illnesses. In 2017, wishes will be granted to more than 160 children right here … [Read More...]

Landmark in Lights at Meadow Brook Hall for the 46th Annual Holiday Walk

Meadow Brook Hall’s 46th annual Holiday Walk runs through December 23, 2017. Visitors can tour the grand rooms of the great estate decked in elegant holiday decor, then stroll down candy cane lane to the land of “Santa & Sweets.” The Meadow Brook estate will shine a little brighter this holiday season during “Holiday Lights and Winter … [Read More...]

Downtown Rochester is Caroling in the City

Downtown Rochester is proud to announce the newest addition to the downtown holiday event calendar, Caroling in the City. Held on Sunday, December 17 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m., the event will be a cornucopia of holiday merriment including live entertainment, Ugly Sweater Contest, Christmas Cookie Eating Contest, Christmas Minute To Win It Activities, … [Read More...]

Dear Crabby, What Are Your Thoughts on the Silverdome Implosion?

Dear Crabby, I know you must have an opinion about the Pontiac Silverdome snafu on Sunday. So, go ahead and lay it on me! Thanks, Stan Safety Dear Mr. Safety, You betcha I have an opinion! The implosion actually reminded me a lot of what it’s like to be a Detroit Lions’ fan: Great expectations with a disappointing payoff. First of all, … [Read More...]

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