To date, eleven communities across the state have attempted decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana, and all eleven have succeeded.
What’s more attractive than finding a bargain that’s soaked in raw sewage?
Voters in two Detroit-area communities have approved ballot proposals legalizing marijuana for personal use.
Tim Beck is known as the “godfather” of marijuana in Michigan, had successfully led the state-wide initiative five years ago to legalize the use of medical marijuana.
The company has been around about a decade, and Hall says they don’t sell electric bikes — they sell “bikes with an electric kick.”
Stoman said “back in the day” Hazel Park Raceway would have a million dollars in “live handle” — bets on local races.
Supporters of marijuana decriminalization have submitted petitions to place the issue before voters in two northern Detroit suburbs.
Michigan State Police say a Cadillac and a GMC pickup truck were involved in the accident that took place on I-75 in Hazel Park.
An alert neighbor is being credited with helping police in Hazel Park arrest a suspected thief who fell asleep before he could make his getaway.
Thirty-two new charter schools that meet “very specific educational needs” are scheduled to open in Michigan this fall.