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Awards Celebrate Volunteerism and Community Pride in Pontiac

April 1st 2019

Awards Celebrate Volunteerism and Community Pride in Pontiac (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 1, 2019) Pontiac, MI – It was a night of hugs, smiles, lots of clapping, and smooth jazz music as Pontiac’s most engaged residents gathered at Baker College for The Clarence E. Phillips Ascend Foundation’s second annual Pontiac Honors: Community Service Awards. The […]

Scores of Services for Older Adults Showcased at Troy Senior Expo

April 1st 2019

Scores of Services for Older Adults Showcased at Troy Senior Expo (Cheryl Weiss, April 1, 2019) Troy, MI- If you are a senior citizen, or have a senior citizen in your life, it can be overwhelming to navigate the organizations, service providers, and businesses that are available to provide support in Oakland County.   The Troy […]

Measles Update: 29 Cases in Oakland County, Vaccinations Available

April 1st 2019

Measles Update: 29 Cases in Oakland County, Vaccinations Available Updated Information – 4/1/19 – Oakland County measles outbreak PONTIAC, Mich. April 1, 2019 – Below is the most recent measles outbreak information from the Oakland County Health Division: Confirmed cases and vaccinations given 29 total measles cases now confirmed in Oakland County since March 13. […]

 Former Church in Ferndale Soon to Be The Stratford Gallery and Event Space

March 31st 2019

Former Church in Ferndale Soon to Be The Stratford Gallery and Event Space (Lara Mossa, March 31, 2019) Ferndale, MI- It won’t be long before Ferndale will have a new gallery and event space for local artists and musicians. Called the Stratford, four investors are raising money for the project with a Kickstarter campaign on […]

Live the Music Foundation Keeping the Beat in Royal Oak

March 30th 2019

Live the Music Foundation Keeping the Beat in Royal Oak (Mark Stowers, April 2, 2019) Check out our “Get Involved Guide” for more stories about local organizations. Thank you to Bosco Lounge for sponsoring this series. Royal Oak, MI- Music has been called a universal language, if so the Live the Music Foundation in Royal […]

Pleasant Ridge & Ferndale Evaluating Walking and Biking on Woodward, Survey Available

March 30th 2019

Pleasant Ridge & Ferndale Evaluating Walking and Biking on Woodward, Survey Available (City of Ferndale, City of Pleasant Ridge, March 30, 2019) How is the experience of walking and biking along Woodward Ave.? That’s precisely what the Cities of Ferndale and Pleasant Ridge aim to find out with a new grant-funded safety audit. The cities […]

Rainbow Run Takes Place in Downtown Ferndale June 1

March 30th 2019

Rainbow Run Takes Place in Downtown Ferndale June 1 Ferndale, MI – The Ferndale Area Chamber of Commerce proudly presents the 7th annual Rainbow Run 5K. All participants will receive a pair of Michigan made rainbow socks featuring the rainbow colors, and from 8am to 10am visit the Creation Station- “Show your true colors!”. Be […]

Student Artists to be Honored in Ferndale May 14 

March 30th 2019

Student Artists to be Honored in Ferndale May 14 Ferndale, MI –  Each year the Ferndale Area Chamber of Commerce proudly brings  The Artist in You to our city. Students from our Ferndale Schools enter a competition to have their artwork displayed at the Ferndale Public Library with a public reception. Additionally, the three top […]

Holly Hotel Hosting “Last Night on the Titanic” Dinner April 14

March 29th 2019

Holly Hotel Hosting “Last Night on the Titanic” Dinner April 14 – Return with us to a night of elegance as we pay tribute to “The Last Night on the Titanic.” Join us for this 107th sailing anniversary when we recreate the style of a lost era by serving a replicate, eleven-course meal served to […]

Cherrylawn & Optimist Park Clean up in Pontiac April 6

March 29th 2019

Cherrylawn & Optimist Park Clean up in Pontiac April 6 Pontiac, MI- Please join Pontiac City Council Pro Tem Randy Carter as he begins his month-long April park cleanups. Come watch the magic as our children play in clean parks afterwards. Councilman’s first cleanup will involve Cherrylawn and Optimist Parks and the Columbia corridor! Please […]