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The five candidates say the plan they offer gives voters a choice to “either move forward or stand pat.”
Fantasy, sports, adventure, and realistic fiction will appeal to kids 8-12 years old.
Republican presidential candidate draws crowd of 9,300 people at Long Family Orchard in Commerce, organizers say.
The two will join other Michigan Republicans for an event starting at 11:30 a.m.
Residents are seeing their first water bills after township board members voted to increase rates in March.
New classes and labs available starting in September at the Brighton District Library.
Buon Gusto owner Sal Viviano has lost access to the part of his building where his catering business is run, delivery drop offs and garbage pick-ups are made.
Brighton Board of Education President Cheryl Leach will not seek office again. Residents will vote on two school board seats during the November general election.
Tales of baseball legends and magical illusions offer entertainment this week.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has made Wiconsin Representative Paul Ryan his vice presidential choice.
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