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Have you made plans yet to visit the zoo?
06/09/2020
Detroit Zoo to reopen with new safety measures in place

Have you made plans yet to visit the zoo?

ROYAL OAK — On June 4, the Detroit Zoological Society announced that it would once again welcome visitors through its gates — members beginning June 8 and the general public beginning June 12.

C & G Newspapers is excited to resume its print publications. Check your mailbox June 10 for your local paper.
06/05/2020
C&G Newspapers

C & G Newspapers is excited to resume its print publications. Check your mailbox June 10 for your local paper.

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While the organization usually hosts a 5K Heart Walk at this time of year, that is not possible under the current health...
06/04/2020
American Heart Association to host virtual Heart Walk

While the organization usually hosts a 5K Heart Walk at this time of year, that is not possible under the current health guidelines. However, the American Heart Association is instead offering a virtual Heart Walk that will take place on Saturday, June 13.

DETROIT — The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t stopping the American Heart Association’s Metro Detroit Heart Walk from promoting healthy living and getting helpful information to the public.

OAA releases All-Conference girls basketball teams
05/01/2020
OAA releases All-Conference girls basketball teams

OAA releases All-Conference girls basketball teams

Like many other leagues across Michigan, the Oakland Activities Association recently released its list honoring the top girls basketball players from the season.

Top boys hoops players named by OAA
05/01/2020
Top boys hoops players named by OAA

Top boys hoops players named by OAA

As it does every year, the OAA released its end-of-season lists honoring certain boys basketball players for their efforts on the hardwood this past season.

MAC honors top girls basketball players
04/20/2020
MAC honors top girls basketball players

MAC honors top girls basketball players

Though the Michigan High School Athletic Association canceled the remainder of the winter sports season due to the ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19, various sports leagues throughout the state still honored its athletes for their accomplishments.

Bishop Foley football coach discusses his bout with COVID-19
04/14/2020
Bishop Foley football coach discusses his bout with COVID-19

Bishop Foley football coach discusses his bout with COVID-19

It had been one week since the first positive cases of COVID-19 in the state of Michigan when Brian Barnes knew something wasn’t right. The night before, he woke with chills and body aches. He took his temperature the following morning to see it read 101 degrees.

C & G Newspapers
03/22/2020

C & G Newspapers

From C & G Newspapers:

In response to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic that has taken a heavy toll on the residents and businesses of metro Detroit, C & G Newspapers has temporarily suspended publication of its 19 print newspapers, starting with the March 25 issues.

“We plan to resume publishing our print editions within two-four weeks,” said Editorial Director Gregg Demers. “Keep in mind that this situation is fluid and changing every day.” People can continue to find local news online at candgnews.com?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_C_&_G_Newspapers for the 45 communities that C & G Newspapers serves.

The members of the Demers family, who have owned the direct-mail newspaper company since 1981, made the decision after careful consideration about the safety of employees and in an effort to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, known as COVID-19, as well as the financial impact of the vast number of business closures in the area.

The Demers family hopes to soon resume its valuable relationships with local advertising partners, who supply the revenue that supports C & G’s professional community journalism.

The MHSAA boys basketball playoffs are set to get underway tonight. Find out where each local team will start their resp...
03/09/2020
Local boys hoops squads gearing up for postseason

The MHSAA boys basketball playoffs are set to get underway tonight. Find out where each local team will start their respective playoff runs:

ROSEVILLE/EASTPOINTE — With the regular season winding down, local boys basketball teams have started preparing for postseason play.

A look at the local All-State wrestlers
03/09/2020
A look at the local All-State wrestlers

A look at the local All-State wrestlers

At the individual wrestling state finals, the top eight finishers in each weight class across all four divisions receive All-State recognition. Following is a list of the local wrestlers to earn All-State honors.

Local wrestlers battle Michigan’s best at state finals
03/09/2020
Local wrestlers battle Michigan’s best at state finals

Local wrestlers battle Michigan’s best at state finals

DETROIT –– With state titles on the line, Ford Field hosted the individual wrestling state finals March 6-7. Nearly 900 grapplers from across the state came to compete, with the top eight in each weight class and division earning All-State honors.

Marian grinds past Royal Oak to win D-1 district final
03/07/2020
Marian grinds past Royal Oak to win D-1 district final

Marian grinds past Royal Oak to win D-1 district final

BLOOMFIELD HILLS -- The Bloomfield Hills Marian girls basketball team added yet another Division 1 district championship trophy to the trophy case with a 50-39 win over Royal Oak High March 6 at home. The win marks Marian’s ninth consecutive district title and 16th in the past 17 years.

North Farmington girls hoops gearing up for postseason
03/04/2020
North Farmington girls hoops gearing up for postseason

North Farmington girls hoops gearing up for postseason

FARMINGTON — With the regular season now in the rearview mirror, girls basketball teams around the state have begun their journey toward a state championship.

Notre Dame Prep, Adams ski teams shine at state finals
03/04/2020
Notre Dame Prep, Adams ski teams shine at state finals

Notre Dame Prep, Adams ski teams shine at state finals

PONTIAC/ROCHESTER HILLS — When former coach John Deibel asked Craig McLeod to take over the Pontiac Notre Dame Prep ski team two seasons ago, McLeod asked what the secret was to leading the Fighting Irish to success.

Earle Weaver vying for Ford Field podium
03/04/2020
Earle Weaver vying for Ford Field podium

Earle Weaver vying for Ford Field podium

ROYAL OAK — Royal Oak High’s Earle Weaver has qualified for the Division 1 individual wrestling state finals three years in a row, but has yet to finish as a state placer.

Fraser High gymnastics thinking state finals
03/04/2020
Fraser High gymnastics thinking state finals

Fraser High gymnastics thinking state finals

FRASER — Fraser High gymnastics coach Ashley Ahearn recently said the team’s motto this season is “everything counts.

GPN’s Ladach grinds his way to states
03/04/2020
GPN’s Ladach grinds his way to states

GPN’s Ladach grinds his way to states

GROSSE POINTE WOODS –– When grapplers from across the state meet March 6 at Ford Field to begin the individual state wrestling tournament, everyone is just a state qualifier.

Groves’ Damon Dunbar eyeing state title in senior season
03/03/2020
Groves’ Damon Dunbar eyeing state title in senior season

Groves’ Damon Dunbar eyeing state title in senior season

BEVERLY HILLS — In his high school wrestling career, Birmingham Groves’ Damon Dunbar has over 200 wins. However, a handful more wins could prove to be the most important.

Utica United hockey continuing to grow
03/03/2020
Utica United hockey continuing to grow

Utica United hockey continuing to grow

UTICA — The season may be over, but the program is still working. A 9-0 loss to Macomb Dakota in a Division 1 regional first-round game Feb. 27 at the Mount Clemens Ice Arena officially closed the book on the 2019-20 campaign for the Utica United hockey team.

The MHSAA girls basketball state playoffs get underway tonight. Our Jay Davis recently took a look at the district tourn...
03/02/2020
State girls basketball playoffs set to tip

The MHSAA girls basketball state playoffs get underway tonight. Our Jay Davis recently took a look at the district tournaments within the C&G Sports coverage area:

METRO DETROIT — Girls basketball teams from all over the state have battled all regular season long hoping to be at their best at this time of year.

Bishop Foley wrestler qualifies for state finals
02/28/2020
Bishop Foley wrestler qualifies for state finals

Bishop Foley wrestler qualifies for state finals

MADISON HEIGHTS — When Madison Heights Bishop Foley senior and Royal Oak resident Luke Bishop was a young boy, his grandfather made him an offer: If he wrestled and played football in seventh and eighth grade, he would take him to Hawaii.

Utica High’s Barch signs with Kalamazoo College
02/25/2020
Utica High’s Barch signs with Kalamazoo College

Utica High’s Barch signs with Kalamazoo College

UTICA — When Madison Barch started playing football in the seventh grade, she never envisioned a world where she was the starting punter and kicker for her high school football team.

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Where is the coverage for State Champs, Farmington United Gymnastics team, who took first place at the MHSAA finals this past weekend? Disappointing that this incredible sport never gets any coverage from C and G.
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