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News, Holiday Guide
The church and non-profit celebrate the Christmas spirit at a Dec. 22 party.
Post offices in Farmington and Farmington Hills will close their doors at noon on Dec. 31, but you can still buy a stamp or mail a package.
The start of the new year is among the 10 national holidays on which the state permits fireworks use.
CBS Detroit posted a list of the best sledding hills in the metro area and Farmington's Shiawassee Park was on the list.
Police & Fire, Holiday Guide
Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus responds to questions from attorney Steven Gursten, of Michigan Auto Law.
Here are two dozen dinners, parties and other events happening on the last night of the year.
The African American Family Network of Farmington and Farmington Hills hosted a Kwanzaa Celebration Dec. 1, to encourage families to participate in the annual holiday.
You can take your old computers and other electronics to RRRASOC or wait for next year's household hazardous waste collection days.
We're sharing some of our favorite memories from this year's big holiday events.
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