Water main repair may disrupt service for some in Lathrup Village
LATHRUP VILLAGE, Mich. – Repair work on a water main break Tuesday in Lathrup Village may impact service for some. City officials will turn water off Tuesday from 7 a.m. to noon as crews repair the break. Businesses in the area may experience service disruptions during repairs, but no residential areas are expected to be impacted. City officials are warning that occupants may experience discolored water for several hours after the repair has been completed. If you experience discolored water, officials recommend turning on the cold water faucet at the lowest level of the residence, closest to the water meter and letting the water run for about 10 minutes.
Michigan General Election Results for Lathrup Village on Nov. 3, 2020
The 2020 General Election will be held on November 3. You can find results for Lathrup Village here. Live results: Michigan General Election Results for Nov. 3, 2020 Find Race ResultsFind more election results and news on the Decision 2020 page. 🌟 Become an Insider 🌟Introducing WDIV Insider: A new way for loyal Local 4 fans to gain access and customize your ClickOnDetroit news experience. Learn more about WDIV Insider - and sign up here!
Party at this Caribbean Carnival in the D!
Want to experience a Caribbean Carnival right here in Michigan? Jason Carr and Kim Degiulio chatted with Sophia Chu, festival manager, and Ralph Taylor, costume designer with Mardi Gras Productions, about the first Caribbean Fest in Lathrup Village. On Friday, September 13th, the festival will hold a VIP reception from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at the Lathrup Village Community Center. For $10, you can experience Caribbean food, drinks and get up close and personal with the performers and costume designers. Filled with live music, food vendors, and performances, Carnival Fest has something for everyone to enjoy.
Oakland County police officer dies after battle with brain cancer
BRIGHTON, Mich. - Dave Imber, an Iraq War veteran and Lathrup Village police officer, succumbed to glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, Monday. ORIGINAL STORY: Oakland County officer inspires community while battling cancerThe impact Imber had on his community will live on for years to come. He is survived by his wife, Julie Imber; his parents, Jeff and Marilyn Imber; and two daughters, 4-year-old Mia Imber and 14-year-old Brooke Imber. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked memorial contributions to the American Brain Tumor Association. Dave Imber (Officer Dave Imber GoFundMe)Copyright 2019 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit - All rights reserved.