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Family fun at the Ferndale Fall Festival

The Ferndale Parks & Recreation Department is hard at work taking measures to make this year’s Hilton Fall Festival its most successful yet. This year’s festivities will take place at … Keep Reading…

See which Michigan counties are gaining workers – or losing them

Michigan’s overall labor force is shrinking, with a loss of 320,000 workers since 2000.That’s the finding of the nonpartisan Michigan League for Public Policy, which released a report on Labor … Keep Reading…

Macomb County promotes its ‘great lake’

Macomb County officials got together Thursday to highlight upcoming events around Lake St. Clair, promoting the county’s Blue Economy tourism initiative.Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel joined Brad Simmons, executive director … Keep Reading…

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