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Commercial Vehicles and Trailers Banned on Woodward During Dream Cruise

August 13th 2018

Commercial Vehicles and Trailers Banned on Woodward During Dream Cruise (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Aug. 13, 2018) Ferndale, Pleasant Ridge, Huntington Woods, Royal Oak, Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield Twp, Pontiac, MI – The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is advising local residents and those attending the Woodward Dream Cruise of a temporary traffic control order, which will […]

Special Delivery: Baby Born in Car with Help from Ferndale Police

August 12th 2018

Special Delivery: Baby Born in Car with Help from Ferndale Police Ferndale, MI – Demi Meyers got an unusual welcome to the word Saturday, being born into the arms of a waiting police officer from the passenger seat of car at 8 Mile and Livernois. The mother, Dyona Alexander, had been planning a water birth […]

Huntington Woods Surprises Former Mayor with Name on Community Center

August 12th 2018

Huntington Woods Surprises Former Mayor with Name on Community Center (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 12, 2018) Huntington Woods, MI- “Whoa!” That’s what former Huntington Woods Mayor Ron Gillham said when surprised with the news that his name was placed in limestone above the Gillham Recreation Center that he helped get constructed during his time in […]

Nominations Open for Royal Oak Community Awards

August 12th 2018

Nominations Open for Royal Oak Community Awards (Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce, Aug. 12, 2018) Royal Oak, MI – 71st Annual Royal Oak Community Awards are Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 6pm, and you can nominate the individuals and businesses who will be honored! Nominations Due by: September 7, 2018 Nominations will be reviewed and […]

Citizens for Fair Ferndale Accepting Nominations for Good Neighbor Awards

August 12th 2018

Citizens for Fair Ferndale Accepting Nominations for Good Neighbor Awards (CFF, Aug. 12, 2018)   Ferndale, MI- Please join Citizens for a Fair Ferndale (CFF) in celebrating the ongoing efforts of those who live, work and attend school in Ferndale who value the fair and equal treatment of others and are engaged in making this […]

Explore: Depot Park in Clarkston

August 12th 2018

Explore: Depot Park in Clarkston (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 12, 2018) Clarkston, MI – Depot Park in Downtown Clarkston is a center point for community life, as well as a great place to visit and connect with nature.  Especially ducks. The Clinton River winds through the park, and a quaint bridge and gazebo make for […]

Renaissance Festival Aug 18- Sept. 30

August 11th 2018

Renaissance Festival Aug 18- Sept. 30 Holly, MI- Take a time-travel adventure into the 16th century at the annual Michigan Renaissance Festival! Join our Queen Elizabeth in a jubilee! Inside our turreted gates, visitors enjoy the sights and sounds of a 17-acre village, complete with building reproductions of Renaissance shops, taverns and a magnificent castle. […]

Woodward Dream Cruise Aug. 17-18

August 11th 2018

  Woodward Dream Cruise Aug. 17- 18 Ferndale, Royal Oak, Pleasant Ridge, Huntington Woods, Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Pontiac, MI- The car loving tradition continues with the Woodward Dream Cruise. The official day is Aug. 18, though events take place all weekend in communities along the Woodward Corridor. According to the official website, the “Woodward […]

Reporter Food: Grilled Ham, Egg & Cheese Sandwich at Davisburg Bread

August 11th 2018

Reporter Food: Grilled Ham, Egg & Cheese Sandwich at Davisburg Bread (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 11, 2018) Holly, MI – I wasn’t even planning on writing a column about this sandwich that I grabbed for the ride home from Holly.  I was hungry and in a hurry, and what could possibly be all that exciting […]

What Caused the Oakland County Ballot Shortage, What to Expect in November

August 10th 2018

What Caused the Oakland County Ballot Shortage, What to Expect in November (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 10, 2018) Pontiac, MI- Several communities in Oakland County fell short of ballots during Tuesday’s Primary Election, leaving many to wonder what happened and what could be done to avoid this in the future. Clerks at the municipal level […]