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Volunteer to Help with Annual Homeless Persons Count Jan. 31

January 25th 2018

Volunteer to Help with Annual Homeless Persons Count Jan. 31 Auburn Hills, MI – Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is joining efforts to measure homelessness in Oakland County through the Point-in-Time Count. This initiative is conducted annually to help determine the total number of individuals living unsheltered in Oakland County. “Improving our understanding of the needs […]

Bloomfield Twp Police Seek Info on B&E Suspect

January 25th 2018

Bloomfield Twp Police Seek Info on B&E Suspect (Bloomfield Township Police, Jan. 25, 2018) Bloomfield Twp, MI – On January 20, 2018 at approximately 12:26am, a Breaking and Entering occurred at the Marathon gas station located at 43020 Woodward Avenue. The suspect pictured above broke into the station and stole cigarettes valued at $168. Anyone […]

Stranger Tries to Give Child Ride Near Edmonson School in Madison Heights

January 25th 2018

Stranger Tries to Give Child Ride Near Edmonson School in Madison Heights (Madison Heights Police, Jan. 25, 2018) Madison Heights, MI – At approximately 0830 hours today, a 10 year old female student of Edmonson Elementary was approached by a white male, in a white sedan, who offered her a ride. He then followed the […]

Women’s Self-Defense Seminar in Farmington Hills March 3

January 25th 2018

Women’s Self-Defense Seminar in Farmington Hills March 3 The Farmington Hills/Farmington Emergency Preparedness Commission (EPC) will present a Women’s Self-Defense Seminar on Saturday, March 3 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Costick Center, located at 28600 Eleven Mile Road between Middlebelt and Inkster. Participants will learn how to protect themselves and their families […]

White Castle Taking Reservations for Valentine’s Day Dinner

January 25th 2018

White Castle Taking Reservations for Valentine’s Day Dinner Ferndale, Royal Oak, Pontiac, Oak Park, Troy, MI – White Castle will accept reservations starting January 4 for its 25th annual Valentine’s Day dinner Sunday, February 14, from 4 – 9 p.m. The special experience, complete with hostess seating, tableside service and a decadent cuisine of Sliders, […]

Royal Oak Library Presentation on Trees Feb 1

January 25th 2018

Royal Oak Library Presentation on Trees Feb 1 Royal Oak, MI – Learn how trees improve the quality of life in Royal Oak and what you can do the help keep our trees – and all of us as a result – healthy and thriving. Led by Bill Lawrence, president of ReLeaf Michigan and retired […]

Ferndale Library Early Learning Fair Feb 17

January 25th 2018

  Ferndale Library Early Learning Fair Feb 17 FERNDALE, MI – Parents to be and families with small children should mark their calendars for the Early Learning Fair at the Ferndale Library on Sat., Feb 17. Youth Librarians will host an open-house style information fair that features several local family/youth organizations presenting an all-encompassing view […]

GRAIN Meeting to Include Talk on Rochester Schools Inclusion Efforts Jan. 29

January 25th 2018

GRAIN Meeting to Include Talk on Rochester Schools Inclusion Efforts Jan. 29 Rochester, MI- On Jan. 29 join the Greater Rochester Area Inclusion Network for a guest speaker Robin Carter, Instructional Equity and CTE Program Specialist for Rochester Community Schools. The meeting is at 7 pm at Rochester Hills Library. Ms. Carter will speak on […]

Free Class for Older Adults on Mobility and Staying Active Feb. 15

January 25th 2018

Free Class for Older Adults on Mobility and Staying Active Feb. 15 Royal Oak, MI – The Area Agency on Aging 1B is hosting a Free Matter of Balance class begining in Royal Oak February 15. Learn how to stay on your feet with Matter of Balance classes designed for people 60+. These classes include […]

Troy Council Holds Off on Medical Marijuana Facility Decision

January 24th 2018

Troy Council Holds off on Medical Marijuana Facility Decision (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 24, 2018) Troy, MI – Troy City Council met for a work session Monday with an audience of about 30 residents and guests to discuss whether the City should opt in, opt out or do nothing in regard to allowing medical marijuana […]