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Wind reigns

Strong winds thinned Grosse Pointe's tree canopy Sunday afternoon. Rains that seemed dumped from horse buckets washed leaves, seeds and other debris to storm drains, clogging openings and flooding streets. ...tell me more >>

Bowen suspended again

Grosse Pointe Public School System

For the second time in three months, Grosse Pointe South High School choir teacher Ellen Bowen has been suspended from teaching. ...tell me more >>

Parks, Woods experience minimal storm damage

While Sunday's storm caused widespread damage to communities north of Eight Mile Road, the Grosse Pointes managed to dodge the worst of the storm. ...tell me more >>

Art center gets grant

The Grosse Pointe Art Center will expand its art education program with a $10,000 grant from the Alice Kales Hartwick Foundation. ...tell me more >>

Powder pest has taste for history

Grosse Pointe Farms

Dr. Thomas Singelyn figures that a good way of contributing to Grosse Pointe's future is by preserving links to its past. ...tell me more >>

Sun shines on Marina Day

Grosse Pointe Farms

Regan Wright had a decision to make. Should she take her family to Pier Park on Sunday because of the good weather, because of all the Marina Day activities or because her two sons wanted to play on the beach? "A combination of all three," she decided. ...tell me more >>

Eastside Republican forum

Michigan Supreme Court Justice Taylor to speak

The Eastside Republican Club will hold a public forum at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 17, at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial, 32 Lakeshore, Grosse Pointe Farms. ...tell me more >>

Golf classic

The 25th Anniversary Golf Classic, benefitting Beaumont Hospital Grosse Pointe, begins with shotgun starts at 8:30 a.m.and 1:30 p. ...tell me more >>

Mack construction meeting topic

An informational meeting will be held at 6 p.m. tonight, Thursday, June 12 to bring Mack Avenue business owners up to date on the repaving project scheduled to begin Monday, June 16. ...tell me more >>

War Memorial ash trees get one last shot

Mark Weber can see the forest for the trees. Or maybe it's the trees for the forest. Either way, he sees the big picture. ...tell me more >>

Week ahead

Thursday, June 12 * The Russ Miller Quintet featuring vocalist Jeannine Miller will perform at the Music on The Plaza concert series at 7 p. ...tell me more >>

Cyber forensics uncover secrets

City of Grosse Pointe

What happens in Vegas might stay in Vegas, but not when it's done on a computer. The delete key doesn't go far in wiping out evidence people would rather leave behind. ...tell me more >>

Police: She left trail of bad checks

City of Grosse Pointe

Phony name, false ID, counterfeit checks, bogus bank accounts. For Tomekia Ann Myles, it was situation normal, all faked up. ...tell me more >>

Rush to west coast for peace and relaxation

It's hard to explain Saugatuck, said city manager Kirk Harrier. It is a beautiful place with a diverse community. A special feeling exudes from this town that offers a relaxed atmosphere with upscale dining, shopping and fine art. ...tell me more >>

City fees going up next year

Marina fees at Neff Park will go up 3 percent next year. Well rates are part of city-wide fee increases expected to generate an additional $162,840 in overall municipal revenue for fiscal year 2008-2008 beginning July 1, according to Skip Fincham, assistant City of Grosse Pointe manager. ...tell me more >>
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