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Drivers License and Vehicle Registration Expiration Dates Extended

April 13th 2020

“In times of crisis and uncertainty, the last thing you want to think about is having to renew your driver’s license or state ID card,” Gov. Whitmer said.

Self-Employed Can File For Unemployment Beginning…

April 11th 2020

“We will do everything we can to continue providing emergency financial assistance as quickly as possible to the Michigan working families…”

Suspects on Video Failing to Break Window of Vape Shop…

April 10th 2020

The suspects attempted to smash the front door glass of the business using a large rock and the blue pipe type object, to no avail.

Grants Available for Companies that Switch to PPE Production

April 10th 2020

“Saving Business, Saving Lives” grant provides immediate capital for Oakland County companies to ramp up production of PPE

Oak Park’s Taurus Burns Gives “Creation of Adam” a Modern Day Sidewalk Art Twist

April 9th 2020

Sadly the rain has already begun to wash the powdery colors away, but the pictures are a hit on social media.

Ferndale’s Musical Families Make Neighborhood Memories – at a Distance

April 9th 2020

The musicians on West Lewiston plan to keep the concerts going through the “stay home, stay safe” order, getting together from a safe distance once a week to jam.

Governor Extends “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Order Through End of April

April 9th 2020

Today, Governor Whitmer signed executive order 2020-42, extending her prior “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through the end of April

Mail Service Slowed in Some Metro Detroit Cities Due to Coronavirus

April 9th 2020

We appreciate the patience of our customers and the efforts of employees as conditions change on a day-to-day basis.”

Royal Oak Youth Assistance Helping Families with Emergency Needs

April 8th 2020

  “There are a lot of families that don’t fall under the poverty threshold, but their worlds have been turned upside down,”

Michigan Works,  Staffing Services Still Helping People Find Jobs

April 7th 2020

Actively searching for work will remain essential, according to JVS’ Jason Charnas.