September 2, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Inside|Out exhibit on display in Wolverine Lake through October

Residents and visitors out on a stroll in the Village of Wolverine Lake are in for a treat as the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Inside|Out exhibit is on display through October. More...

POLITICS & PIZZA

On September 8, starting at 7 p.m. Mature Voters of Oakland County will meet for Pizza and Politics at the Highland Adult Activity Center, 209 N. John Street, Highland. More...

JUST A REMINDER

Highland Township property taxes are due Monday, September 14, 2015. Office hours are Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For your convenience there is a drop box in front of the township hall. More...

Police/Fire

PUBLIC SAFETY

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP Personal injury accident/attempted suicide More...

One Minute Interview

One minute with Milford Sav-Mor Pharmacy’s Cheryl O’Brien

Around the nation there are chains of every kind – grocery stores, fast food, and yes, pharmacies. More...

Huron Valley School District

Superintendent rated ‘highly effective’

Superintendent Jim Baker was rated “highly effective” by Huron Valley Schools Board of Education, which was announced by Board President Lindsay Cotter at the Board’s August 17 meeting. More...

‘Play Pro’ to remain part of MHS course offerings

Play Production, also known as Play Pro, will remain part of Milford High School’s course offerings this year. It was under consideration to cancel the course. More...

Community Calendar - Post your event

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Please forward Community Events to insidesales@scnmail.com. Find more Community Calendar online at www.spinalcolumnonline.com Genealogy Series at the Commerce Township Library September 8 More...

Special Features

Factors that might hurt a home’s value

Nowadays, homeowners looking to sell their homes know it’s not as easy to do so as it might have been a few years ago. More...

What you may not know about tree care

Having tree work done can end beautifully or in disaster. The company you hire may not be insured, not properly trained, or may lack knowledge of their own industry. Here are some issues we believe you should consider when hiring any tree company. More...

The best time of year to find bargains

The savvy shopper knows there is no reason to pay full price if you don’t have to. More...

White Lake Township says goodbye to long-time trustee

After officially accepting her resignation late last month, long-time White Lake Township Trustee and employee Carol Burkard was honored by state and Township representatives during the White Lake Township Board of Trustees meeting last month. More...

Highland Heritage Festival kicks off Friday night

The Friday Night Square Dance tradition of Highland Heritage Festival continues this year, but with a twist. More...

Early Deadlines for Labor Day

The deadline for Display and Legal advertising for the September 9th publication is Wednesday, September 2 at 5 p.m. The deadline for Classified Advertising is Thursday, September 3rd at 5 p.m. More...

News

Team building program aims to bond incoming MHS freshmen, upperclassmen

For the second year in a row, a group of two dozen incoming Milford High School freshman paddled away first day jitters during a team building and canoeing event last week. More...

RCOC proposed budget includes several local road improvement projects

Amongst the Road Commission of Oakland County’s (RCOC) 2015-16 proposed budget are several local road improvement projects. More...

It’s time to examine our conscience

GUEST VIEW

Here we go again in Ferguson, Missouri. Last I checked the arrest count was up to 150. There’s a verse in the Bible that goes something like this: “I don’t do what I want, but I do the very thing I hate. More...

Walled Lake School District

Walled Lake teachers participate in Teach to Lead Summit in Washington, D.C.

Melody Arabo and Angela Colasanti, teachers in the Walled Lake Consolidated School District, recently participated in the Teach to Lead Summit in Washington, D.C. The summit was sponsored by the United States Department of Education. More...

Sports

Catholic Central wins 15-12 thriller against Muskegon

Catholic Central won a 15-12 thriller over Muskegon on Friday night. In Catholic Central’s first home football game of the season, the football field was named the Fr. Richard Elmer, C.S.B. Stadium to honor President Emeritus Fr. Richard Elmer. More...

Week 2 football preview

Walled Lake Western vs. Plymouth Walled Lake Western (1-0) travels to Plymouth on Thursday evening to take on Salem. The Rocks (1-0) are coming off a 22-12 victory on the road over Belleville. More...

East English Preps sinks WL Central 56-20

The Bulldogs from Detroit East English Prep exploded for two touchdowns in less than two minutes midway through the second quarter to sink Walled Lake Central, 56-20, in the season opener on Thursday evening . More...

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