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Members of 100MWC present the check to members of Fleece & Thank You

100+ Millennials Who Care takes a collective approach to philanthropy

100+ Millennials Who Care is a new Oakland County-based organization born out of 100 Women Who Care, a philanthropic organization in which members—ideally at least 100, though it certainly can be more—commit to donating $100 each to a charity pitched and voted on by its members.

Volunteers in Pontiac's GM Modern Housing neighborhood.

Your votes could save three historic homes in Pontiac's General Motors' century-old neighborhood

Three Pontiac homes with historic significance in a neighborhood created by General Motors for its employees 100 years ago could be saved from the wrecking ball with a little push from the community.

6th grade students during Cyber Civics at Waldorf

These diverse Metro Detroit schools are also among the state's best

We profiled some of the most diverse schools in Metro Detroit, both in terms of student demographics and educational offerings. Read about how they're working to bring the real world into the classrooms.

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Video: MI Great Artist Winner Ken Hershenson

Meet Ken Hershenson of Clawson, the 2015 winner of the MIGreatArtist contest. Ken, a self-taught painter, commented about his success in the competition stating, “This is validation for working all of these years, for getting to do my passion.” You could join Ken in the winner's circle with your entry in this year's art contest. Enter at www.migreatartist.com.
 

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Clarkston

Established in 1832, the Village of Clarkston features historic charm in the heart of Oakland County. Clarkston’s downtown, which has been designated a National Historical Site, features a picturesque main street lined with unique shops, businesses and eateries, including the Clarkston Union and Union Woodshop which are such popular dining destinations for people all over metro Detroit that they were even featured on the Food Network. Clarkston holds several events throughout the year including concerts in Depot Park, parades, festivals and an art fair. The historic homes in the city reflect Clarkston’s heritage.
 
This one-half square mile community of 900 people is surrounded by Independence Township, a growing residential community of 32,000 residents. This 36 square mile rustic hideaway is surrounded by rolling hills, lakes, woodlands and farms, with easy access to I-75 and Dixie Highway. Recreational amenities include Independence Oaks County Park, DTE Energy outdoor music theater and the Pine Knob ski area. Independence Township has four parks featuring swimming, tennis, hiking and a community-built playscape.