The traditional start of summer for Michiganders starts on the picturesque campus overlooking Orchard Lake.
An exhibition of artwork made at the Nazi’s Auschwitz labor camp is opening in Michigan before going on a national tour.
Police search for 19-year-old who they believe killed his father and critically injured two other family members in a brutal attack in Farmington Hills.
Most toilet paper ends up flushed but some of it is turned into a thing of beauty.
The 40th Annual Polish Country Fair will once again be held on the picturesque campus of St. Mary’s Prep, May 27 through 30.
Sunday’s beatification of Pope John Paul II, only six-years after his death, is the fastest in modern times.
Two days of celebration will take place at Orchard Lake Schools, in conjunction with beatification ceremonies for the late Pope John Paul II in Vatican City.
It’s the Wall Ball Fall! The third competition of the Oakland County Competitive Robotics Association (OCCRA) was held Saturday, Nov. 6 at Royal Oak High School. OCCRA’s 20 teams (representing 23 high schools and one […]