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Teenagers with a temporary driver's permit, or a level 1 or 2 graduated license, will be prohibited from using a cell phone while driving a car under a law that takes effect Thursday.
Lawrence Technological University will award up to 100 scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $4,000 per year for 4 years in an essay competition open to Michigan high school seniors.
Proposal 2 will ask voters to amend the Michigan Constitution to address collective bargaining rights; this proposal appears on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Patch asks Tigers expert and Fox Sports Detroit baseball announcer Mario Impemba to weigh in on the team's rocky regular season and its playoff quest.
A spring freeze has resulted in the lightest apple crop since 1945, raising prices on apples and apple products at businesses like Dexter Cider Mill, Kroger, and Biggby Coffee.
The popular movie comes out on DVD Saturday.
The Detroit Institute of Arts millage passed in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties on Tuesday.
With many precincts still reporting, Oakland County voters seem to be in favor of the DIA millage, while Macomb County's passage or rejection of the millage lies within a margin of 1 percent. Wayne County has yet to report its results.
Friday the 13th is widely known to represent a day of bad luck. What do you think Saline?
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