International Minute Press

International Minute Press
24409 Halsted • Farmington Hills, MI 48335
Phone: 248-474-7335 • Fax: 248-474-6125
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International Minute Press of Farmington Hills

International Minute Press of Farmington Hills

  • Local artists given invite to submit works

    Farmington Hills, like many other communities, has art on display as part of its Public Art Program, and the city is once again inviting professional artists to submit their work for possible showing around the city as part of the Public Art Program.

  • Farmington Hills Fire Department schedules open house on fire safety

    The last thing people want to do when they are caught up in an emergency is discuss safety, or the kinds of services provided by firefighters, which is why Farmington Hills Fire Department will be providing this type of information to residents at an upcoming open house.

  • Farmington Hills residents get ready to howl at the moon

    Creatures of the night have some outings in Farmington Hills designed just for them, because Farmington Hills' Heritage Park will be the site of Full Moon walks for the next three months. The outings start tonight, and will continue in October and November.

  • Local public schools upgrade themselves

    The ACT and Michigan Merit Exam (MME) scores for 2015's graduating class were released this month by the Michigan Department of Education, and Farmington Public Schools' performance improved significantly, making gains in science, reading, mathematics, and social studies.

  • Weight Watchers honors long-time losers

    Florine Mark, president and CEO of The WW Group, Inc. which is the parent organization of Weight Watchers will be on hand to honor residents who have lost 50 pounds or more and managed to keep it off.

  • Annual art festival in draws students from around the area

    Farmington and Farmington Hills students were able to enjoy the annual Festival of the Arts in Costick Center recently.

  • Farmington Players the subject of Rumors

    The Farmington Players are winding up their season with a classic Neil Simon farce, Rumors.

  • Farmington Hills Boy Scouts dig in to help fire department

    Heavy snows and bitter cold have been the story of this winter in the Midwest, but the Farmington Hills Fire Department has some willing hands to help find and dig out the city's fire hydrantsthe Boy Scouts.

  • Farmington Hills foodies have a new restaurant to try

    Food lovers in Farmington Hills who want to scoff down a great burger now have the opportunity to do just that.

  • Farmington Hills special needs students have help available

    Special needs students who attend Oakland Community College's (OCC) Farmington Hills campus now have additional financial help available, thanks to the Farmington Rotary Club. Its foundation has set up an endowment for students at the school's Orchard Ridge campus.

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