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Public House Adds Weekend Brunch

January 20th 2022

Originally opened in 2013, Public House was purchased by Ferndale-based Hometown Restaurant Group, renovated and reopened in 2021.

Ferndale Teacher No Longer w/District after Defending Use of N-Word, Debating Oppression in Video

January 19th 2022

It devolved into LaLone questioning whether black students are oppressed and arguing that the Civil War ended oppression, as well as him saying he was allowed to say the n-word. 

Brandon Community Coalition Launched to Prevent Substance Abuse in Youth

January 19th 2022

“The Brandon Prevention Coalition will provide critical prevention programming to the Brandon community and especially the use as well as a safe place for recovery and wellness issues,” she said.

Free Calendars Showcase Winning Student Artwork Encouraging Clean Water

January 19th 2022

The Kids’ Clean Water Calendars can be obtained at many Oakland County local libraries and the Pontiac Regional Business Chamber.

White Castle Cancels Fancy Valentine’s Service, Offers “Love Cube” Meal Instead

January 18th 2022

Even though customers cannot celebrate Valentine’s Day in a White Castle, they can still celebrate Valentine’s Day with White Castle.

Royal Oak Chamber Accepting Nominations for Business Awards

January 18th 2022

We are looking for nominations! Do you know a deserving business?

Fire and Ice Bring Spark To Wintry Night in Downtown Holly

January 17th 2022

Under the glow of lights strung across Battle Alley, Downtown Holly celebrated a wintry night with the warmth of a First Friday festival with a Fire and Ice theme. 

Best in Snow Awards Given for Holiday Windows in Ferndale

January 17th 2022

Downtown Ferndale got into the holiday spirit with a window decoration contest…

Jan. 17 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Events Throughout Oakland County

January 17th 2022

Observed as a national day of service, Martin Luther King Jr. Day encourages all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities.

VIDEO:  Relationships & Care Part of Ferndale Schools Plans for Safety

January 16th 2022

At a virtual community meeting held Jan. 12, several FPS staffers talked about pieces of the puzzle in keeping school a safe and welcoming place for the 3,000 students that come to learn in seven buildings spread across three cities.