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Missing Daughter Of Wayne County Sergeant Found Safe

(CBS DETROIT) — Officials say 17-year-old Gabrielle Greene, the daughter of a Wayne County sergeant, has been found safe after she was reported missing a week ago. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the teen was found safe Thursday. She went missing last weekend from her Rochester Hills home. The teen’s parents, Wayne County Sgt. Stephen Greene and Shakira Greene, were seeking the public’s help in locating their daughter who was in crisis. © 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.  
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Fireworks – By The Port Huron Police

Please use caution when celebrating with fireworks this weekend. Fireworks are not to be used at city parks which close at dusk. Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks. Use great caution with sparklers as they burn at get hot enough to burn some metals. Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose handy in case of fire or mishap. Other tips from the US Product Safety Commission include:

These Playgrounds are Worth the Trip

Summertime in Metro Detroit is short, so making the most of our sunny, beautiful days is of the utmost importance. Spending the day at a park can be the highlight of any family’s summer, but keeping the kids occupied is absolutely the first priority. The key to any great park is a fantastic playground, especially from a kid’s point of view. Obviously, your local playgrounds get a lot of love: a short walk or drive from home, kid-friendly activities, and the comfort of familiarity. But how about switching it up from time to time? These playgrounds might be a little bit of a trip from where you live, but they will keep your kids busy for hours, and keep you coming back again and again…

Faygo ice cream comes to Port Huron

Earlier this week, new, but familiar, flavors entered the ice cream roster at A Little Something in Port Huron. Fans of Faygo are in for a new favorite ice cream. Browndog Balor and Restaurant, located in Northville and Farmington, teamed up with the makers of Faygo to produce six new ice cream flavors....
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Algonac fireworks postponed due to rain

The Algonac Lions Pickerel Tournament fireworks show has been moved to Saturday night due to rain. “Sadly, and due to the conditions of the grounds and continuing rain, tonight’s fireworks are being rescheduled for tomorrow night,” the Algonac Lions Club said in a Facebook post Friday afternoon. The...

Contaminated Tank Removal Brings Former Pontiac School Closer to Revival

The site clean-up and redevelopment of the former Webster Elementary School in Pontiac took a big step forward today with the removal of a contaminated 20,000-gallon underground tank. Community members applauded as a crane operator lifted the tank, which used to store fuel oil, out of the ground. Oakland County...

Shop that sold gun in Oxford school shooting named in suit

WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI (AP)— The parents of a teenager wounded during a mass shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan are suing the shop that sold the handgun used to kill four students and injure six other people. The federal complaint filed Tuesday on behalf of Matthew and Mary...
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East China School District honors retirees

At the East China School District Board of Education’s June 27 meeting, district retirees were recognized, including all of those who retired since the district’s recognition last year. “We are here to recognize the significant contributions to the school district that each of our retirees have made over...

The Great Debate – By Ruth Bailey

Five Republican candidates shared the stage last night at the gubernatorial debate held at the Royalty House in Warren, Michigan. An exciting evening it was!. This was the second debate I’d ever attended, and the house was full. How thrilling it was to meet each candidate in person and converse with them face-to-face, even if for only a few minutes. The room was full of electricity. I could feel it with every fiber of my being. Every Michigan-based conservative candidate, short of the Governor, was in attendance.

Mitch ridin’ into town

He’s recorded more than 25 albums, is a native Metro Detroiter, and you can see him live, tonight!. Mitch Ryder takes the stage at 8:00 p.m. at the Michigan Rib Fest happening at Canterbury Village in Lake Orion. His music spans over 4 decades and fans will have the chance to hear all his hits.

Buddy’s Pizza opening Chesterfield location

Buddy’s Pizza is continuing its expansion and spreading the singular joy that is the Detroit-style pie. The company, which claims the title of the inventors of Detroit-style pizza, announced a new location in Chesterfield in Macomb County, its 22nd. The store is located at 50670 Gratiot Ave., Chesterfield, and...
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Annual ‘Salute Our Warriors’ benefit event to be held at Rochester Hills estate

Sam and Ziad Kassab, in partnership with Senator Mat Dunaskiss, to host their “5th Annual. Salute Our Warriors” benefit to honor military veterans and active service members while raising funds for The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund. The event is from 6 to 10 p.m. Thursday, July 14, at the Danny Kassab Estate, 3910 Coachwood Lane in Rochester Hills.

DSO to Perform Hollywood Hits at Somerset Collection

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is coming to the Somerset Collection in Troy on July 7 to play songs from iconic films, including Raiders of the Lost Ark and Jurassic Park. The show is called Hooray for Hollywood. Conducted by Steven Jari, who is the music director of the Dearborn Symphony...