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Troy Police Advise Public on Coyote Encounters

January 17th 2018

Troy Police Advise Public on Coyote Encounters (Troy Police, Jan. 7, 2018) Troy, MI – The Troy Police Department has received recent inquiries regarding coyotes in Troy. The Police Department offers the following information in response: Landowners wishing to remove coyotes from their property may obtain services from any licensed nuisance animal control company. A […]

Man Accidentally Shoots Through Home, Neighbors Door

January 17th 2018

Man Accidentally Shoots Through Home, Neighbors Door (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Jan. 17, 2018) Springfield Twp, MI -INCIDENT:  Jan. 7, 2018 16:37 hrs. – Springfield Township – Reckless Discharge of a Firearm / Detective Callout – #18-10190 SUMMARY: Deputies responded to the 17000 block of Louise Dr. for a subject who had discharged a handgun […]

Party Chairs Barnett and Mungioli Share Wisdom with Women

January 17th 2018

Party Chairs Barnett and Mungioli Share Wisdom with Women (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 17, 2018) Bloomfield Township, MI – In Oakland County, both the Republican and Democratic parties have a woman as the Chairperson.  This gave the members of the non-partisan Women Officials Network the chance learn from both Democratic Chair Vicki Barnett and Republican […]

Light and Noise Over Michigan, Meteor Possible UPDATED

January 16th 2018

Light and Noise Over Michigan, Meteor Possible (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 16, 2018) Ferndale, Pontiac, Holly, Novi – Residents throughout Oakland County and beyond have been reporting a streak of light with a noise that rattled homes and businesses on Tuesday evening. There have not been any credible confirmations of the source, though it is […]

Marijuana Facility Ordinance Final Vote Tuesday in Hazel Park

January 16th 2018

Marijuana Facility Ordinance Final Vote Tuesday in Hazel Park (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 16, 2018) Hazel Park, MI – Hazel Park City Council is expected to vote on the second reading of zoning ordinances to allow medical marijuana facilities to open in the city under the current Michigan permitting process. The ordinances passed on first […]

Two Adults, Two Children Found Dead in Rose Township Fire

January 16th 2018

Two Adults, Two Children Found Dead in Rose Township Fire Rose Township, MI – A mobile home fire Tuesday morning claimed the lives of two children and two adults on Wakewood Court in Rose Township. North Oakland County Fire Authority Chief Jeremy Lintz said the fire is still under investigation with nothing new to report […]

New Job Listings on the 1st and 15th – Jan. 15th edition

January 15th 2018

New Job Listings on the 1st and 15th – Jan. 15th edition Welcome to this edition’s Job Listing. This list is compiled from several sources, but primarily by Ferndale Michigan Works. There are several Michigan Works Office through Oakland County that provide valuable services to job seekers and employers.  Check out the Ferndale Michigan Works […]

Hazel Park Schools Locked Down Due to Gunman Nearby, Suspect in Custody

January 15th 2018

Hazel Park Schools Locked Down Due to Gunman Nearby, Suspect in Custody (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 15, 2018) Hazel Park, MI – Hazel Park School Superintendent Amy Kruppe announced that “Today in Hazel Park there was a police incident that took place near the Hazel Park Ice Arena. We were very fortunate to be notified […]

Churches Share the Love with Weeks of Food and Shelter

January 15th 2018

Churches Share the Love with Weeks of Food and Shelter (Rebecca Hammond, Jan. 15, 2018) Ferndale, MI – There are times when a church goes beyond being a house of worship and becomes a community project with multiple layers of service, need, and reward. The South Oakland Warming Center, which is an overnight shelter for […]

Clarkston Superintendent Resigns After Relationship with Former Student

January 15th 2018

Clarkston Superintendent Resigns After Relationship with Former Student Clarkston, MI – Clarkston Community Schools released the following statement on Jan. 15, 2018: Last week, Superintendent Dr. Rod Rock voluntarily notified the Board of Education of a relationship he had with a recent Clarkston High School graduate that he characterized as inappropriate. He indicated that the […]

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