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An Overview of the Holocaust at Berkley Library Nov. 13

November 8th 2018

An Overview of the Holocaust at Berkley Library Nov. 13 Berkley, MI- Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m. Join historian and lecturer Barbara Demlow for an overview of the Holocaust. Registration optional by calling (248) 658-3440 or at http://berkleylib.evanced.info/signup/calendar. The Berkley Public Library is located at 3155 Coolidge Highway in Berkley.  For additional information, call […]

Voter Turnout by City/Twp in Oakland County 2018 Election

November 7th 2018

Voter Turnout by City/Twp in Oakland County 2018 Election (Kurt Metzger, Crystal Proxmire, Nov. 7, 2018) Oakland County, MI- Oakland County voters came out yesterday in record numbers for a Midterm Election.  The overall turnout percentage of 64.2 percent of all registered voters, compares to 48.0 percent in 2014 and 51.4 percent in 2010.  Turnout […]

County Commission Goes Blue for First Time in Decades

November 7th 2018

County Commission Goes Blue for First Time in Decades (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 7, 2018) Pontiac, MI – For the first time in decades the Oakland County Commission has more Democrats serving than Republicans.  The newly elected Commissioners will take their seats on Jan. 1, and a new Chair will be appointed. There will be […]

Emergency Gas Line Repair Closes 14 Mile Through End of Nov.

November 7th 2018

  Emergency Gas Line Repair Closes 14 Mile Through End of Nov. (Road Commission for Oakland County, Nov. 7, 2018) Consumers Energy has closed eastbound 14 Mile Road between Telegraph and Lahser roads on the Bingham Farms/Bloomfield Twp. border for an emergency gas line repair. The repair is expected to be completed and the lane […]

Mix Up at ME’s Office Leads to Bone Being Buried with Wrong Body

November 7th 2018

Mix Up at ME’s Office Leads to Bone Being Buried with Wrong Body (Oakland County Executive Office, Nov. 7, 2018) Hazel Park, Farmington Hills, MI -The Oakland County Medical Examiner’s (M.E.) Office has uncovered a serious error where a decedent’s bone was buried with the remains of another decedent, Chief Forensic Pathologist Dr. Ljubisa J. […]

Reporter Food: Vegetable Manchurian and Onion Dosa at Neehee’s

November 7th 2018

Reporter Food: Vegetable Manchurian and Onion Dosa at Neehee’s (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 17, 2018) Troy, Canton, MI – I’m so glad for the recommendations for Neehee’s in Troy. This vegetarian Indian Street food restaurant has so many delicious choices, in a cheerfully bright setting, that it’s already a new favorite. I had a lunchtime […]

2018 Election Results and Sticker Selfies

November 6th 2018

2018 Election Results and Sticker Selfies (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 6, 2018) Election results are coming in! This page will be updated as information becomes available.  Scroll down to see our collage of “I voted” sticker selfies. And visit Oakland County Clerk election results page for the most up to date info. The winners of […]

MML#5: Officials Learn about SEMCOG Water Resources Plan

November 6th 2018

MML#5: Officials Learn about SEMCOG Water Resources Plan (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 4, 2018) Grand Rapids, MI- Water can mean different things to different people depending on the context. To some, the value of lakes, rivers, streams, and wetlands is measured in terms of the environmental impact.  To others the threat of flooded basements and […]

Departing Holly Council Members Share Advice for Those Elected Tuesday

November 5th 2018

  Departing Holly Council Members Share Advice for Those Elected Tuesday (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 5, 2018) Holly, MI- Holly will have two new council members and possibly a new Village Council President after Tuesday’s election.  Those positions of public service come with a lot of work, public challenges, and the responsibility of making decisions […]

“Strength in Life” and Other Art Installed in Downtown Royal Oak

November 4th 2018

  “Strength in Life” and Other Art Installed in Downtown Royal Oak (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 4, 2018) Royal Oak, MI- On the side of the Center Street parking deck in Downtown Royal Oak is a painting ripe with yellow and orange-red excitement, birds in flight and sunshine in the corner.  The creation is called […]