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Maxine and Neil Goodman say Barnett has worked 'tirelessly and effectively' on behalf of the community.
Jonathan Ross urges a 'yes' vote on the renewable energy ballot proposal.
Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard and Prosecutor Jessica Cooper wasted taxpayers' resources on raids and prosecution, Oakland County Commissioner Craig Covey says in a letter to Berkley Patch.
Farmington HIlls resident George Sarkisian explains why he will not vote for the incumbent state representative.
As the Detroit Tigers prepare to come home to Detroit for Games 3, 4 and 5 against the San Francisco Giants, we want to know what songs you listen to in order to get in the mood for some baseball.
Ron Austin says he wants to move Michigan forward with more renewable energy.
The first pitch of the World Series is just hours away and one Patch editor shares his thoughts on why the Tigers will win the Fall Classic. Tell us in the comments: Why do you think they will win?
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney debated for the third and final time on Monday night? How do you think they did? Let us know by voting in the poll and leaving a comment.
"I am a scientist and college professor first and a person with autism second," the author writes.
A New Jersey town's experience shows how residents can drive 'organic' integration.
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