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2019 Candidate Interview: Rochester Hills Library Board Member Robert Bonam

September 27th 2019

There are three people running for two seats on the Rochester Hills Library Board.

2019 Candidate Interview: Steve Reina for Rochester Hills Library Board

September 27th 2019

There are three people running for two seats on the Rochester Hills Library Board.

Holly Union Depot in National Contest for $150,000 Grant, Online Votes Needed

September 27th 2019

Holly is in seventh place in the Vote Your Main Street grant contest through National Geographic to win a $150,000 preservation grant.

Oct 6 – Watercolor Class by Nina Urbonya at Ferndale Library

September 27th 2019

Nina Urbonya is a watercolor artist who started her own business, Nina Belle Designs, as a means of spreading joy and beauty in the world.

County Budget Passes, Includes Employee Wage Increase and Road Funding

September 25th 2019

Coulter said “We wanted to send a strong signal to employees that we value their efforts.”

OC Times Publisher Interviewed for Michigan Municipal League Podcast

September 25th 2019

Those checking out the MML website will find an exciting interview on the homepage.

Ferndale Gets State Designation for Considering Needs of Seniors

September 25th 2019

The City of Ferndale has been designated by the State of Michigan as a “Community for a Lifetime,” meaning that it is intentionally creating an environment…

Reporter Food: “The Special” at Red Devil Italian Restaurant in Holly

September 24th 2019

The restaurant has been a part of the community since 1973, with the well-worn booths and tables having seated many longtime Holly villagers at various stages of their lives.

2019 Candidate Interview: Madison Heights City Councilperson Robert Corbett

September 24th 2019

Madison Heights City Councilperson Robert Corbett is in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

2019 Candidate Interview: Farmington City Councilperson Joe LaRussa

September 24th 2019

Joe LaRussa is running for re-election to Farmington City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.