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County Commission Seeks Citizens to Serve on Community Health Network Board

November 16th 2019

The OCHN Board examines and evaluates the mental health needs of Oakland County and determines the public and non-public services necessary to meet those needs.

Reporter Food: Coconut Chicken Salad at South Lyon Hotel

November 15th 2019

While the historic 1860s building is gone, the hotel recently re-opened as the modern, two-story eatery.

Nov 29- Dec 1 – Ditch the Mall, Shop Small at Rust Belt Market

November 15th 2019

‘Ditch the Mall, Shop Small!’ is the perfect place to #shopferndale and kickstart your 2019 holiday season!

Pet Owners Reminded to Vaccinate for Rabies After Cat in Birmingham Infected

November 15th 2019

“Rabies is a fatal disease for both humans and pets and there is no known cure.”

I-75 Exits at Sashabaw Road To Close Nov. 18-19

November 15th 2019

Northbound and southbound traffic on Sashabaw Road will be maintained during the work; however, motorists can expect delays.  

Renaissance Vineyard Church in Ferndale Collecting Items for Thanksgiving Feasts to Local Families

November 15th 2019

Tis the season! Don’t let your holiday become a “Thanksgetting.” Instead, may it truly be a “ThanksGiving.”

Man without ID Fatally Struck While Crossing John R on Mobility Scooter

November 15th 2019

A man operating a personal mobility scooter in the roadway, on John R near Isabell, was killed last night when he was hit by a 2005 Ford Taurus.

New Building, Flexible Furniture Part of 2020 Ferndale School Bond Plans

November 13th 2019

The tour included a chance to sit in a current classroom, with rows of desks wall to wall and the teachers desk in front and former “technology cabinets” that used to house VCRs and projectors now being used…

Deputy Eric Overall Honored Two Years After Death with Highway Dedication

November 13th 2019

These signs will serve as a constant reminder to everyone who passes them to take time to remember Eric’s contribution to not only the Sheriff’s Office, but to his community as a whole.”

Shopping and Smiles at Holly Ladies Night

November 13th 2019

The cold November air did not stop over 1,500 women from coming to Downtown Holly for their “Fall Wrap Up” Ladies Night Out Friday.