Ferndale

Cupcake Station and Blake’s Join Forces to Launch Bakehouse 46

Excerpt: Two Michigan businesses are teaming up to offer sweet aficionados cupcakes, doughnuts, cider and other treats all in one spot in a new business branded Bakehouse 46. Cupcake Station...

The Right Way

Book a tasting tour at Valentine Distilling Co. in Ferndale, and as you sip your craft spirits, you’ll notice a tropical palm tree rising from among the copper pots....
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Dine in a Heated Outdoor Igloo at These 5 Metro Detroit Restaurants

If you’re looking to enjoy the coziness of the snow and winter weather without having to endure the bitter breeze, or you’re just looking for a unique foodie experience,...

New York Times Best-Selling Author Josh Malerman Kicks Off Ferndale Library’s New Podcast Series

Excerpt: Ferndale Library debuted "A Little Too Quiet" podcast on all major desktop and mobile apps on Friday, Jan. 3. The purpose of the podcast is for the library —...

How Downtowns Across Oakland County Changed in 2019

Excerpt: It was a packed year of new housing developments, restaurants and road work in downtowns across Oakland County. Here’s a look back on what’s changed in the local downtowns,...

Oakland County Non-Discrimination Policy Bolsters Opportunity, Quality of Life

Oakland County Executive administration and the Board of Commissioners collaborated to adopt the county’s first comprehensive non-discrimination policy. Miscellaneous Resolution 19250, approved by the Board of Commissioners on November 20...

Michigan All Stars: Six Cities — Including Ferndale — Lead the Way in LGBTQ Equality

At a time when many states have failed to pass LGBTQ-inclusive laws and policies, cities are stepping up to ensure that all citizens are treated equally, according to a...

Local Pomade Makers Set Up Shop in Ferndale

Excerpt: A local maker of small-batch, craft hair care products is moving out of the basement of a suburban coffee shop and into a storefront on Woodward Avenue in...

Ferndale Adopts $15 Minimum Wage for Full-Time City Workers

Excerpt: Ferndale City Council members voted Oct. 28 to adopt a living wage policy that requires a minimum wage of $15 for full-time city employees. The policy has no bearing...

Metro Detroit Youth Clubs’ Newest Location to be Named Levin-Comer Club

Michigan’s distinguished, longtime civil servants and brothers, retired U.S. Sen. Carl Levin and retired U.S. Rep. Sander Levin, and Detroit philanthropist and businessman Jim Comer, founder of Comer Holdings,...