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Business name:
Olde Towne Florist
Address:
1524 E. Auburn Rd # 40
City:
Rochester Hills
State:
Michigan
Zip Code:
48307
Phone number:
(248) 853-7900
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Flowers and Gifts News

May 7, 2017

Tulip time blooms bright in White Chapel Memorial Park

Charles L. Bowers School Farm in Bloomfield Hills, the Troy Historic Village, the Troy Public Library, Veterans Memorial Garden in Rochester Hills, and some schools in the area. “We very much appreciate the kind donation from White Chapel Cemetery that will result in spreading the beauty to other areas of the county,” Bolle said via email. There is a tulip garden guide explaining the 30 varieties and their locations on the White Chapel Memorial Park website, white chapelcemetery.com. White Chapel will sponsor a photo contest through May 31, with prizes for winners. This is the seventh year of the photo contest, which includes a category for selfies.Visit whitechapelcemetery.com for a complete list of photo contest details. People can see the blooms at White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sundays and holidays.C & G Newspapers Photo Editor Edward Osinski offered this tip for taking the best photos. “Backlighting (with the sun behind the tulips) helps,” Osinski said. “Tulips are translucent. Backlighting really brings out the colors.” White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery is located at 621 W. Long Lake Road, just west of Interstate 75. About the authorStaff Writer Terry Oparka covers Troy and the Troy School District for the Troy Times. Oparka has worked for C & G Newspapers since 2000 and attended Oakland University and Macomb Community College. Oparka has won an award from the Michigan Press Association and four awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, Detroit Chapter. Full bio and more articles by this reporterimg src="http://www.candgnews.com/ads/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=14&cb=1494189640&n=a02211de" borde... (C&G Newspapers)

Jan 5, 2017

Northville rolls into holiday final

Clark Josin added 10. LUTHERAN NORTHWEST 75, CLARENCEVILLE 34: Isaiah Jackson pumped in 17 points to lead Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest (4-1) to a consolation victory Wednesday night over Livonia Clarenceville (0-6) in the Metro Conference Reunion Tournament hosted by Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook. The Crusaders led 38-24 at halftime and 49-26 after three quarters before outscoring the Trojans 25-8 in the fourth. Torre Bowen paced Clarenceville with 10 points. The Trojans were 5-of-8 from the foul line, while Northwest was 11-of-22. CRANBROOK 45, CLARENCEVILLE 26: On Dec. 27, Tim Hauxwell scored a game-high 15 points to lead host Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook (4-2) to a opening-round victory over Livonia Clarenceville (0-5) in the Metro Conference Reunion Tournament. The Cranes, who led 28-11 at halftime and 36-20 after three quarters, connected on 21-of-37 free throws (56.7 percent). Rickey Scott scored a team-high 12 points for the Trojans, who went 4-of-7 from the foul line (57.1 percent). STEVENSON 78, PONTIAC 51: Ian Knoph led the way with 19 points as Livonia Stevenson (5-0) stopped the Phoenix (3-2) in the Motor City Roundball Classic on Dec. 27 at Detroit Renaissance. Cleontal Brown scored 14 points and Deshawn Jackson added nine points for Pontiac. bemons@hometownlife.com bemons1@twitter.com This article passed through the Full-Text RSS service - if this is your content and you're reading it on someone else's site, please read the FAQ at fivefilters.org/content-only/faq.php#publishers.Recommended article: The Guardian's Summary of Julian Assange's Interview Went Viral and Was Completely False. (Hometownlife.com)

Nov 18, 2016

How much can you afford to spend for the holidays?

Michigan suburbs. Troy — home of the swanky Somerset Collection — ranks No. 10 with a potential budget of $1,809. Rochester Hills ranks No. 39 with an average projected budget of $1,378. Farmington Hills ranks No. 57 at $1,205. Sterling Heights ranks No. 75 with a projected holiday budget of $1,071. The holiday budget in Dearborn could be $912 and Westland is around $910, according to WalletHub. Warren's number is $772. A debt-to-income ratio is calculated by dividing all monthly debt payments (mortgage, auto loans, student loans, etc) by monthly income. "It expresses how much of your income is set aside for those debt payments every month," said WalletHub analyst Jill Gonzalez. "If a debt-to-income ratio is high, then yes, we suggested a lower holiday budget in order for consumers maintain control over their finances." Pocketbook pundits will tell you that it's key to include all your holiday expenses — gifts, entertainment, family meals, flowers, decorations, class donations for teachers, you name it — in that holiday budget. We all know we're not just pulling out our wallets in November and December only for sweaters and video games. All is not high-stakes during the holidays.  Sometimes, it's OK to do something goofy, instead of just burning through two or three paychecks trying to buy the perfect gifts. Create a completely fun tradition to fill in the gaps. We've got a Thanksgiving Day trivia game. I make up totally whacked out questions on Thanksgiving Day, usually when watching the parade, and give out the worst knickknacks we want to unload as prizes. Sometimes, we spring for a few lottery tickets and claim we're offering a chance to win millions. It's savvy to add fiscally-responsible entertainment into the mix where it's more about the camaraderie than the cash. Draft your own Santa Clause.  Put a special provision in your holiday contract that protects you from going overboard or digging into a deeper financial hole. Maybe it means you won't put more than $100 or $200 on your credit card this holiday. Maybe it means you'll only spend cash. Maybe it means a loved one can nag all they want but you're vowing that you won't rush around on Black Friday to nab an Xbox One S for $249 or less. Being merry — and not wary — for the holidays could require a whole new game plan. Contact Susan Tompor: 313-222-8876 or stompor@freepress.com. Follow Susan on Twitter @Tompor. Read or Share this story: http://on.freep.com/2g0Dp4l ... (Detroit Free Press)

Feb 3, 2016

Is Clinton marriage a rehash or relevant? Voters seem split

Largo, Florida, who's having lunch at a highway rest area. "Hillary was an accomplice," says Amy Stricker, a 57-year-old conservative from Rochester Hills, Michigan, who's eating a sandwich in Denver, Colorado, on her way to visit family in the state. Judith Hoffman, a 64-year-attorney from Columbus who plans to vote in Ohio's Republican primary but isn't sure whom she'll support, gives voice to the conflicting impulses that are aswirl. She thinks the thrice-married Trump, who's known to have had one affair and has hinted at others, is hypocritical for the raising the issue. She thinks Bill Clinton's past is a distraction from more important matters. She doesn't respect Hillary Clinton's decision to "put up with" her husband's infidelity. But she pauses on the question of whether Clinton's handling of her husband's behavior diminishes her standing as an advocate for women. "I don't know that anyone can be responsible for another person," she says. But then she concludes that her gut reaction to the question is "yes," it does mar Clinton's reputation as a champion of women. Brad Johnson, a junior at the University of Cincinnati, where he is president of the College Republicans, sees the matter as a character question and thinks he sees hypocrisy. Clinton is "all about women's rights," he says, yet "she was ruthless of women who accused her husband of rape." Still, he adds, "my guess is that it doesn't change anybody's mind about her." Clinton's campaign has rejected the notion that she was actively involved in aggressive efforts by her husband's presidential campaign and the Clinton White House to discredit women who claimed to have had affairs with her husband or to have been sexually assaulted by him. "These are attempts to draw Hillary Clinton into decades-old allegations through fabrications that are unsubstantiated," campaign spokesman Brian Fallon said Wednesday. "Hillary Clinton has spent her whole life standing up for women, and charges to the contrary are grossly unfair and untrue." Allegations of womanizing, extramarital affairs and abuse have trickled out over the course of Bill Clinton's political life, including a wave of what his campaign referred to as "bimbo eruptions" when he first ran for president in 1992 and still more allegations of misbehavior after investigators in 1997 started looking into Clinton's sexual encounters with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Clinton was impeached over the Lewinsky affair. In 1998, he agreed to an $850,000 settlement with state worker Paula Jones, who had accused Clinton of exposing himself and making indecent propositions when Clinton was governor. The settlement included no apology or admission of guilt. Clinton also acknowledged in a deposition that he'd had a single sexual encounter with former TV reporter Gennifer Flowers, who claimed they had a 12-year affair while he was Arkansa... (The Baytown Sun)

Feb 3, 2016

Tuesday, Jan. 19 high school basketball results

Hills Avondale 35: Jalen Kelso led with 11 points, seven assists and five steals for Pontiac (9-1). David Wilson scored nine points. Avondale is 4-5. Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 76, Lake Orion 71: John Paul Sinacola scored 27 points (including six three-point shots), Ben Reiter scored 25 and Spencer Holloman scored 13 for Stoney Creek (8-1). David Gomez scored 20 points for Lake Orion (4-5). Southfield Christian 82, Southfield 79: Marlow Brown had 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, Bryce Washington scored 23 points, Brock Washington scored 14 points and Richard Fegan had 10 points and 10 assists for Christian (8-1). Michael Flowers scored 26 points for Southfield (4-4). St. Clair 56, Warren Lincoln 48: Deangelo White had a huge game on the glass with nine points and 17 rebounds for Lincoln (4-3). Lavon Moore scored 11 points. Ben Davidson scored 20 points for St. Clair (4-3) while Buddy Brasky scored 13 points. St. Claire Shores Lakeview 54, Sterling Heights 52: Anthony Milieello led with 16 points for Lakeview (3-5). Joe Charrette scored 12 points. Shawn Kama scored 15 points for Sterling Heights (2-7). Taylor Kennedy 44, Southgate Anderson 37: Masceo Anderson scored 18 points for Kennedy (7-2) while Chuck Pritchett added 12 points. Alex Leija scored 12 points for Anderson (0-8). Jace Matkin scored 10 points. U-D Jesuit 77, Novi Detroit Catholic Central 56: Cassius Winston led with 19 points for Jesuit (11-0). Ike Eke added 17 points while Greg Eboiteodin scored 14 points. Teo Tenrich led Central (5-2) with 18 points. Walled Lake Central 60, White Lake Lakeland 30: Walter Kelser scored 17 points and Rumako Ziegler scored nine for Walled Lake (8-2). Kyle Soderbery scored five for White Lake (8-2). Girls basketball Belleville 62, Monroe 39: Katelyn Sherwood scored 24 points and Victoria Perez scored 15 for Belleville (8-2). Mikayla Taylor scored 20 points for Monroe. Brighton 53, Milford 31: Julianna Pietila scored 15 points and Beth Dziekan scored 14 for Brighton. Mallory Barrett scored 10 points and Hannah Paulczak scored eight for Milford. Detroit Collegiate Prep Northwestern 54, Detroit Westside Academy 39: Erica Smith had a huge game with 28 points for Northwestern (7-1). Unique Edwards scored 12 points and 11 rebounds. Westside Academy is 2-6. Detroit Denby 46, Detroit Aerospace 9: Caprice Brown had a huge game with 25 points for Denby (7-2). McCabe: Obi Okoli isn’t Canton’s only hope vs. Churchill Detroit Edison 55, Oak Park 44: Rickea Jackson scored 27 points and 12 rebounds for Edison (5-4). Orthea Humphries added 20 points. Kadijah Lucas scored 16 points for Oak Park. Detroit Renaissance 53, Mumford 46: Siyeh Frazier led with 19 points for Renaissance (11-2). Nina Reynolds added 12 points. DeAnna Fletcher scored 12 points for Mumford (6-2). Detroit Southeastern 50, Detroit CMA 16: Jakayla Hollis led with 20 points for Southeastern (8-3) while Keeiona Howse and Erica Pruitt each added 10 points. Fenton 58, Davison 42: Chloe Idoni had 19 points, eight rebounds and four blocks, Taylor Mowery had 11 points and six rebounds and Sarah Cummings had 10 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and three steals for Fenton. Zipporah Porritt and Adrian each scored 14... (USA TODAY High School Sports)

Feb 2, 2016

Voters conflicted on relevance of Clinton marriage drama

Largo, Florida, who's having lunch at a highway rest area. "Hillary was an accomplice," says Amy Stricker, a 57-year-old conservative from Rochester Hills, Michigan, who's eating a sandwich in Denver, Colorado, on her way to visit family in the state. Judith Hoffman, a 64-year-attorney from Columbus who plans to vote in Ohio's Republican primary but isn't sure whom she'll support, gives voice to the conflicting impulses that are aswirl. She thinks the thrice-married Trump, who's known to have had one affair and has hinted at others, is hypocritical for the raising the issue. She thinks Bill Clinton's past is a distraction from more important matters. She doesn't respect Hillary Clinton's decision to "put up with" her husband's infidelity. But she pauses on the question of whether Clinton's handling of her husband's behavior diminishes her standing as an advocate for women. "I don't know that anyone can be responsible for another person," she says. But then she concludes that her gut reaction to the question is "yes," it does mar Clinton's reputation as a champion of women. Brad Johnson, a junior at the University of Cincinnati, where he is president of the College Republicans, sees the matter as a character question and thinks he sees hypocrisy. Clinton is "all about women's rights," he says, yet "she was ruthless of women who accused her husband of rape." Still, he adds, "my guess is that it doesn't change anybody's mind about her." Clinton's campaign has rejected the notion that she was actively involved in aggressive efforts by her husband's presidential campaign and the Clinton White House to discredit women who claimed to have had affairs with her husband or to have been sexually assaulted by him. "These are attempts to draw Hillary Clinton into decades-old allegations through fabrications that are unsubstantiated," campaign spokesman Brian Fallon said Wednesday. "Hillary Clinton has spent her whole life standing up for women, and charges to the contrary are grossly unfair and untrue." Allegations of womanizing, extramarital affairs and abuse have trickled out over the course of Bill Clinton's political life, including a wave of what his campaign referred to as "bimbo eruptions" when he first ran for president in 1992 and still more allegations of misbehavior after investigators in 1997 started looking into Clinton's sexual encounters with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Clinton was impeached over the Lewinsky affair. In 1998, he agreed to an $850,000 settlement with state worker Paula Jones, who had accused Clinton of exposing himself and making indecent propositions when Clinton was governor. The settlement included no apology or admission of guilt. Clinton also acknowledged in a deposition that he'd had a single sexual encounter with former TV reporter Gennifer Flowers, who claimed they had a 12-year affair while he was Arkansas governor. Among other... (WAOW)

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