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Online Votes Could Save Three Historic Homes in Pontiac

October 19th 2018

  Online Votes Could Save Three Historic Homes in Pontiac (Oakland County, Oct. 19, 2018) Pontiac, MI- Three Pontiac homes with historic significance in a neighborhood created by General Motors for its employees 100 years ago could be saved from the wrecking ball with a little push from you and the region. The GM Modern […]

Southfield Fire Chief and State Officials Discuss PFAS in Firefighting Foam

October 19th 2018

  Southfield Fire Chief and State Officials Discuss PFAS in Firefighting Foam (Cheryl Weiss, Oct. 19, 2018) Southfield, MI- Fire departments around the state of Michigan have fire suppression foam containing perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS), which, when used or spilled, can contaminate drinking water and affect public health. On Thursday, October 18, officials including State […]

Holly Ladies Night Fall Wrap-Up Nov. 9

October 19th 2018

  Holly Ladies Night Fall Wrap-Up Nov. 9 Holly, MI – Hey ladies! Who’s ready for a fun and exciting night out on the town with the girls? Make plans to spend Friday, November 9th in Historic Downtown Holly. From 5:00 – 9:00 p.m., the Downtown merchants invite you to shop ‘til you drop! In-store […]

Oak Park Boo Bash Oct. 31

October 19th 2018

Oak Park Boo Bash Oct. 31 Oak Park, MI – Coming up on the evening of Halloween is our annual Boo Bash! It was an absolute hit last year, with over 5,000 attendees! Join the Halloween fun this year and walk down Trick-Or-Treat Street with us!  Enjoy cider and donuts, collect candy, bring kids in […]

HOLLYWEEN Oct. 27

October 19th 2018

  HOLLYWEEN  Oct. 27 Holly MI – Saturday, October 27th, 3 PM Dress-up and head to Downtown Holly to for trick- or- treating at the local businesses, beginning at 3 PM. Then walk over to Crapo Park and enjoy more fun, including Free Cider & Donuts, Wagon Rides, and Face Painting! Hollyween is hosted by […]

Birmingham Farmers Market End of Season Celebration Oct. 28

October 19th 2018

  Birmingham Farmers Market End of Season Celebration Oct. 28 Birmingham, MI- The Birmingham Farmers Market will conclude its 16th season with an End of Season Celebration on Sunday, October 28 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Public Parking Lot 6 (located at 660 North Old Woodward). Special fall-themed activities will add to the […]

Drag Queen Story Time at Huntington Woods Library Nov. 17

October 19th 2018

Drag Queen Story Time at Huntington Woods Library Nov. 17 Huntington Woods, MI- Drag Queen Storytime is just what it sounds like—drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, schools, and bookstores. DQS captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models. In […]

Downtown Ferndale Trick or Treat Oct. 27

October 19th 2018

Downtown Ferndale Trick or Treat Oct. 27 Ferndale, MI -Gather your goblins, bring your black cats and collect all your costumed characters!  Then, head out to Downtown Ferndale for a trick or treat event sponsored by Boston Tea Room and Downtown Ferndale Business Owners – in cooperation with the Ferndale DDA and Ferndale Area District […]

Elder Education Event by Oak Park Public Safety Oct. 23

October 19th 2018

  Elder Education Event by Oak Park Public Safety Oct. 23 Oak Park, MI- There is an event for senior citizens coming up at the Oak Park Department of Public Safety on Tuesday, October 23rd from 10am to 2pm. The Elder Awareness Seminar led by Michigan Elder Law will cover things such as avoiding financial […]

Pontiac Schools Released from State Consent Agreement

October 18th 2018

  Pontiac Schools Released from State Consent Agreement (State of Michigan Department of Treasury, Oct. 18, 2018) Pontiac, Auburn Hills, Sylvan Lake, Bloomfield Twp, Orion Twp, Waterford Twp, and West Bloomfield Twp, MI. – State Treasurer Nick Khouri announced that the Pontiac School District has been released from its Consent Agreement under the Local Financial […]