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March 14 – SAGE Hosting Virtual Artist Discussion with Michelle Sider

March 11th 2021

Those interested in stories of perseverance, faith, oppression, bravery, Middle Eastern cultures and Arab Jews, will find her talk interesting.

March 14 – Spring East Oak Park Cleanup

March 11th 2021

The group hopes to pick up papers, bottles, etc.

Reporter Food: Chadd’s Bistro in Rochester Hills

March 10th 2021

The quest to try every restaurant in Oakland County continues with a visit to Chadd’s Bistro in Rochester Hills.

March 14 – Spring Forward Means Time to Change Smoke Alarm Batteries

March 10th 2021

Unfortunately, in 2020 Michigan reported that 123 people died in 102 residential fires, which was a 21% increase from 2019.

Hazel Park Human Rights Ordinance Passes First Reading

March 9th 2021

It is expected to advance to a third reading and be adopted in April.

WOW! Internet Problems Continue in SE Michigan

March 9th 2021

However, that wasn’t the end of the problems.  As of Monday, customers in several SE Oakland cities reported that their service was repeatedly cutting out while in use.

Ferndale Schools Seeking Permission from Neighbors for Park Land Purchase

March 8th 2021

As far as this project to build a new school, “The City of Oak Park is 100% behind this,” Mayor McClellan said.

Michigan Pet Alliance Seeking CEO

March 8th 2021

Applicants must live in Michigan, have a flexible schedule, be able to work from home, and be able to travel to other parts of the state and to Lansing on short notice.

Oak Park Offering Seniors COVID Vaccinations

March 8th 2021

If you’re an Oak Park resident age 65+ with or without health issues or between the ages of 50-64 with health issues, please complete the form found HERE to begin your registration process.

Madison Heights Mayor’s Speech Focuses on “Investing in Our Journey Together”

March 8th 2021

“Together we are creating a bright future that like our past is uniquely Madison Heights.”