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Here's a look at discounts for active, reserve and retired members of the military that are being offered through Memorial Day weekend.
Police & Fire
The department's first open house in more than 20 years draws scores of children and parents to downtown Farmington.
A letter from chief legal counsel Richard Bandstra notes insufficient evidence exists to impanel a grand jury to look into the Farmington Public Schools building sale.
Trustee Sheilah Clay is president and CEO of Neighborhood Service Organization in Detroit.
Local Connections, Weekend Planner
Observe Memorial Day Monday with a parade in Farmington and ceremony honoring members of the Armed Services.
Susan Zurvalec says the district could lose another $300,000 unless things change; State Rep. Vicki Barnett believes they will.
A parade and championship cod toss are among the May 18 activities at the Swedish Club.
The story of four young Aboriginal girls who form an all-girl singing group features Motown music.
Weather-permitting, one of the city's favorite recreation spots will open for the season for the holiday weekend.
Can't blame the weather for an outage affecting neighborhoods between Farmington and Orchard Lake Roads.
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