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Ferndale Library Picks with Board President Pat Dengate

July 15th 2014

Ferndale Library Picks with Board President Pat Dengate (Jeff Milo, FPL Circulation Specialist, July 15, 2014) Pat Dengate has been serving on our Board of Trustees for five years, with nearly two full years as President. Mr Dengate is also an esteemed local artist with talents in woodcut prints and illustration. Naturally, then, he also […]

Candidate Forum for 11th Congressional District – July 16 in Milford

July 15th 2014

Candidate Forum for 11th Congressional District – July 16 in Milford (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 15, 2014) The League of Women Voters is hosting a candidate forum for the 11th Congressional District on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at 7pm. The forum will take place at Milford High School. The 11th Congressional District includes part of […]

Deadline for Senior Olympics is July 16, Events Aug. 6-24

July 14th 2014

Deadline for Senior Olympics is July 16, Events Aug. 6-24 (press release, July 14, 2014) Michigan Senior Olympics (MSO) will be hosting the 35th Anniversary of the summer games August 6-17 & 23-24, 2014 at various locations throughout Oakland County.  Registration deadline is July 16th. Men and women, 50+ compete in events including archery, badminton, […]

Meet Birmingham’s New City Manager: Joseph Valentine (video)

July 13th 2014

Meet Birmingham’s New City Manager: Joseph Valentine (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 13, 2014) When Joseph Valentine took an internship in the Birmingham City Manager’s Office 17 years ago, he had no idea that he would one day be managing the city himself. But after rising through the ranks and a couple stints as Interim […]

Help Getting Government Contracts Available…

July 13th 2014

Help Getting Government Contracts Available to Oakland Co. Businesses (Oakland County Press Release, July 13, 2014)   Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center will soon be offering free counseling services that can help businesses interested in obtaining government contracts at the local, state and federal levels. Beginning Wednesday, Schoolcraft College’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center […]

Robina Rhapsody in Berkley this Thursday, July 17

July 13th 2014

Robina Rhapsody in Berkley this Thursday, July 17 (complied, July 13, 2014) The Berkley Junior Women’s Club presents the Aaron Vaughn Band in a family friendly summer concert on Thursday, July 17, 2014, 6:00 PM. The fun will be next to the theatre marquee on the north side of 12 mile, at the corner of […]

Oak Park Woman’s Car Repeatedly Rammed, Boyfriend Arrested…

July 13th 2014

Oak Park Woman’s Car Repeatedly Rammed, Boyfriend Arrested for Assault in Commerce Twp. (Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept., July 13, 2014) INCIDENT: 04:45 Hrs. July 13– Commerce Township – Felonious Assault with Motor Vehicle#14-108269 SUMMARY: Deputies responded to the 1700 block of Haggerty Road (Meijer’s) for an assault in progress.  Upon arrival, Deputies made contact with […]

Children Saved from Smoky Apartment While Adult…

July 13th 2014

Children Saved from Smoky Apartment While Adult Passed Out on Couch Intoxicated (Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept, July 13, 2014) INCIDENT: 01:48 Hrs. – July 11 – City of Pontiac – Resisting & Obstructing / Child Endangerment / Taser Deployment  #14-106947 SUMMARY: Deputies were dispatched to the 100 block of Carriage Circle to assist the Waterford Regional […]

SEMCOG Nonmotorized Plan Open Houses, Oakland Co. July 29

July 12th 2014

SEMCOG Nonmotorized Plan Open Houses, Oakland County is July 29 (SEMCOG Press Release, July 12, 2014) Bicycle and pedestrian (nonmotorized) travel is a vital part of Southeast Michigan’s transportation systems. For many communities, biking and pedestrian facilities improve quality of life for residents and make these communities more desirable. A nonmotorized plan for Southeast Michigan […]

38 Businesses Share 3-60 Project Concerns, Public Mtg. July 16

July 12th 2014

38 Businesses Share 3-60 Project Concerns, Public Mtg. July 16 (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 12, 2014) The initial plans for construction of mixed use buildings in two city-owned parking lots has brought together 38  businesses who signed a letter expressing their concerns over the  project in Downtown Ferndale, and the City is responding. Developers of […]