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Revival Eatery to open in Waterford this March

In a town with its fare share of Coney Island restaurants and diners, a new eatery tries American fusion fare.

Six Rivers Land Conservancy celebrates conservation wins, looks to future in SE Michigan

A trio of land preservation projects in 2016 sets the stage for more success.

Origin story: Dearborn's Green Brain Comics

Comics book are a family business for Dan and Katie Merritt.

Think spring! Macomb County to offer community and children's gardening programming

Michiganders looking to get a jump on spring have a couple of opportunities in the coming weeks.

Farmers market to offer winter produce cooking demonstrations and recipes

Many people may not associate the icy chill of Michigan winters with fresh produce, but Oakland County is working to change that.

Metro Detroit's independent local news outlets making the best of a bad time in journalism

For the area's unconventional news outlets, 2016 was actually a good yearfor some, their best yet.

8 ways to get out and enjoy Metro Detroit this holiday break

Don't spend the whole week staring at your phone.

Eastpointe transforms city park into 'Winter Wonderland'

There's a new sledding hill in town.

Ford invests $60 million in West Dearborn redevelopment, aided by state

A $60 million project to redevelop an area of West downtown Dearborn got a boost this week with state incentives.

Harrison Township seeks to transform downtown into a walkable destination

The community is working through a process to envision a new town center along Lake St. Clair.

Q&A: Victoria Byrd Olivier on Detroit Future City and green infrastructure

How does green infrastructure fit into the work of Detroit Future City? 

Restoration of the Treymore Apartments building results in 28 affordable housing units in Midtown

The Treymore will offer 28 one- and two-bedroom units to Detroiters earning 50 to 60 percent of the area's average median income.

Students hope to raise funds to build 18-hole miniature golf course in North End

A neighborhood youth patrol group, 4Ward Phoenix, is hoping build what would be the city's only 18-hole miniature golf course through a crowdfunding campaign. 

6 places to shop in Live6 this holiday season

Here are a few places in the Live6 neighborhoods that you can go to get fun, unique gifts for your loved ones this season.

How Detroiters can get involved with Standing Rock

Protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline have become a major national story and one of the most prominent environmental movements in years. Detroiters have also come out in force to support the protestors.
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