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Neighborly Competition Drives Voter Turnout Challenge between PR & HW

August 10th 2018

Neighborly Competition Drives Voter Turnout Challenge between PR & HW (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 10, 2018) Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge, MI –  The Mayors of two of Oakland County’s smaller cities are hoping to increase voter turnout with a neighborly competition – and a $1,000 prize. Pleasant Ridge Mayor Kurt Metzger often analyzes election data, […]

What’s Happening to Healthcare Forum by Oakland Integrated Health Aug. 16

August 10th 2018

What’s Happening to Healthcare Forum by Oakland Integrated Health Aug. 16  Pontiac, MI- Changes to health care are coming rapidly, and it is difficult to keep up with everything happening. Our health care forum will cover some of the major changes coming to Michigan, and how they impact the lives of the average person. The […]

Mom to Mom Sale in Ferndale Aug. 25

August 10th 2018

Mom to Mom Sale in Ferndale Aug. 25 Ferndale, MI- Mom to Mom Sales can be an inexpensive way to stock up on children’s clothing, and a convenient way to make money by selling items your children have outgrown. Come join Ferndale Parks and Recreation for a fun day of light refreshments and bargain-hunting. We […]

Hazel Park Art Fair Aug. 25-26

August 10th 2018

Hazel Park Art Fair Aug. 25-26 Hazel Park, MI- The 7th annual Hazel Park Art Fair (HPAF), presented by the Hazel Park Arts Council, returns this August 25th (11am-7pm) and 26th (11am-5pm) at beautiful Green Acres Park (620 W Woodward Heights, Hazel Park). EXCLUSIVE THIS YEAR! Come experience the first in our city-wide mural initiative […]

Children’s Business Fair Aug. 25 in Holly

August 10th 2018

Children’s Business Fair Aug. 25 in Holly Holly, MI-  Lemonade stands, pet rocks, hand-drawn bookmarks… Do you remember when you were a kid and dreamed of opening your own business? And how great it felt to sell one of your items and hand your customer their change, thanking them for buying something from you? Adults […]

Marimba Mania at Berkley Library Aug. 20

August 10th 2018

Marimba Mania at Berkley Library Aug. 20 Berkley, MI- Marimba Mania! Monday, August 20 at 6:30 p.m. Paul Demick, local marimba player, will play classical music as well as educate you on the story marimba. Paul also tells stories about the composers, their compositions and his own musical journey. Enjoy this unique opportunity to hear […]

Reporter Food: Teres Major Neapolitan Pizza at Pop’s for Italian

August 9th 2018

Reporter Food: Teres Major Neapolitan Pizza at Pop’s for Italian (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 9, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Pizza is the perfect election night food for reporters, since we can scroll our screens for results with one hand, while using the other to sneak in quick bites. For this year’s primary election, I went […]

Oakland County Businesses Can Apply for “Going Pro Talent Funding”

August 9th 2018

Oakland County Businesses Can Apply for “Going Pro Talent Funding” (Oakland County Michigan Works, Aug. 9, 2018) WATERFORD, MI. –  Oakland County employers are encouraged to apply for nearly $30 million in training funds and resources to be used in 2019 through Michigan’s new Going PRO Talent Fund, formerly known as the Skilled Trades Training […]

Taste of Clarkston Sept. 30

August 9th 2018

Taste of Clarkston Sept. 30 Clarkston, MI – Taste of Clarkston takes place Sept. 30 from 12-6pm. A one day event that attracts over 18,000 people from all over Oakland County! We close down Main Street and line both sides of the street with over 50 restaurants and exhibitors. Hosted in Partnership with City of […]

Ferndale Community Response to Charlottesville One Year Later Aug.12

August 9th 2018

Ferndale Community Response to Charlottesville One Year Later Aug.12 Ferndale, MI – Last year we gathered after the horror of Charlottesville to witness for diversity, inclusion, peace and justice; to pray and act; to mourn and work; to lament and remember. This year we again gather to work against white supremacy and oppression in all […]