9 Things To Know Around Metro Detroit Plus Duck, Bread And Dumplings

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On the show for Wednesday, July 10th, 2019:

  • The site of the now-closed Kettering High School and Rose Elementary School is slated to become a $55 million facility for auto supplier Dakkota Integrated Systems.
  • Detroit’s far east side – near the Grosse Pointe border and the Detroit River – has been battling ongoing flooding since a large storm earlier this summer. Mix that with rising river water levels and you’ve got a recipe for havoc. Now the city is stepping up their efforts to stop the flooding.
  • Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill to rename a portion of the Lodge the Aretha L. Franklin Memorial Highway. Specifically, the area between I-94 and Livernois.
  • Cellerman’s in Hazel Park is closing
  • A yet-to-be-named brewery is one step closer to opening in Livonia
  • Detroit K9 Pet Supplies is opening next to Canine To 5 in Detroit’s Midtown.
  • Condado Tacos is opening in Midtown in the fall
  • The Detroit Kite Fest is this Sunday
  • There’s a cleanup in Ecorse on Saturday
  • And Randy Walker joins us to talk about the new Moulin Francais artisanal bread at Kroger and some tasty dry-aged duck from Fairway Packing served at Toasted Oak in Novi.

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