The August 13th Farmington Farmers and Artisans Market will kick off the official countdown to the community’s most notable season – Harvest Moon – with the fifth annual Corn Roast.
Some residents of Farmington have filed a lawsuit Friday over the sale of an elementary school to a Muslim group.
Whether or not you’re a history buff, you’ll enjoy all the activities at Downtown Farmington’s Founders Festival, July 15-17.
The Rhythmz in Riley Park free concert series in Farmington continues June 17 with the return of local country music stars Annabelle Road.
Downtown Farmington’s Art on the Grand kicks off Friday, June 3. The artists’ booths will open the following morning and run through Sunday, June 5.
The price at the pump has Pat Bloom of Warren at a disadvantage. His car requires Premium Unleaded, the most expensive at the pump and, unfortunately, his work situation doesn’t make public transportation or car pooling a viable option.
Some school districts are moving toward privatizing support services — and the idea will be on the table at tonight’s Farmington School Board meeting.
The Farmington Public Schools’ Board of Education voted 7-0 to approve the District’s recommendation to demolish five vacant schools.
Thousands of Metro Detroit kids will find themselves in new school buildings today, the result of districts making big changes because of budget cuts.