Thursday, January 31, 2013
Changes are under way inside the store to make room for the expansion.
Rochester Hills is about to gain another grocery option. The Target store on Rochester Road will add fresh foods and more expanded grocery items as part of a nationwide overhaul of select Target locations. Reorganization is already under way inside the Rochester Hills location; most notably, changing rooms in the clothing section are being compacted to make way for the groceries, which will be located along the south side of the store. Fresh produce and meats and other perishable food items will be among the features of the expansion. The Rochester Hills Target is among nine Detroit-area Target locations that will see expanded grocery sections, according to the Detroit Free Press. Others include Canton, Clinton Township, Livonia, Commerce …
Monday, August 6, 2012
Target is giving away gift cards; let's put a Rochester school at the top of the list!
Target could give up to $10,000 to a Rochester-area school. Here's how to help make it happen. Through the Give With Target initiative, the company will give schools a $25 gift card for every 25 vote it receives — so if a school receives 100 votes, it will receive a $100 gift card. There is a maximum gift card donation of $10,000 per school and $2.5 million total. You can vote once a week through Sept. 8, and know that Facebook will ask to publish your vote on the Target page. Here's the full list of Terms and Conditions. As of Monday morning, there was not a Michigan school among the top vote-getters. Go vote — then spread the word!
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Here's our list of some of the top videos based on your clicks, Facebook likes and comments – from an 'Irish wake' to Black Friday madness around Rochester and Rochester Hills.
We all know the old adage, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Sometimes videos can portray a story better than any other medium, no matter how much we write about it. Visual. Concise. Objective. Here's our list of the video stories that captured the attention of Rochester Patch readers this year, along with dozens of others you may have missed the first time around: Mourning patrons of O’Connor's Public House gathered on Jan. 13 to march through downtown Rochester for the Irish wake of fictional “Gus O’Connor,” who was honored by a toast of Jameson whiskey and a humorous eulogy when his first name was dropped from the local tavern. Naturally, residents from Rochester and Rochester Hills had little choice but to show up and pay their …