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Curation of In-House Talent Shows in Ferndale DPW (video)

January 14th 2015

Curation of In-House Talent Shows in Ferndale DPW (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 14, 2015) Ferndale Department of Public Works Director Loyd Cureton has been the cure for stagnation, the curator of a dynamic team, and a cost-saving crusader since he came on board two years ago. The accomplishments are impressive, as is the group […]

Two Suspects Charged With Armed Robbery in Royal Oak

January 14th 2015

Two Suspects Charged With Armed Robbery in Royal Oak (Royal Oak Police, Jan. 14, 2015) The Royal Oak Police Department arrested two (2) suspects for an armed robbery, which occurred on Saturday, January 10, 2015, at approximately 10:50 p.m., at the Bean & Leaf Café located at 106. S. Main. While sitting at a table […]

Ferndale Schools Sues Former Superintendent Gary Meier

January 13th 2015

Ferndale Schools Sues Former Superintendent Gary Meier (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 13, 2015) Ferndale Superintendent Blake Prewitt announced that today that a civil suit has been filed against former Superintendent Gary Meier. Meier’s last couple of years as Superintendent were marred by scandal as details of his side consulting, and use of Ferndale Schools resources […]

Workshops & Entertainment to Empower Pontiac Families Jan. 31

January 13th 2015

Workshops and Entertainment to Empower Pontiac Families Jan. 31 (CNS Press Release, Jan. 13, 2015) As The Community Outreach Consultant for Community Network Services, Oakland County’s largest, publicly funded mental health care provider, we will be hosting a one-day event for families in Pontiac. The theme of “NEW DAY, NEW LIFE, AND NEW HOPE” exemplifies […]

B&E Suspect Smashed Glass at BP with Wrench

January 13th 2015

B&E Suspect Smashed Glass at BP with Wrench (Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept, Jan. 13, 2015) INCIDENT: 03:23 hrs. – City Of Pontiac – Breaking and Entering (B&E) –Business      #15-5941 SUMMARY:  Deputies responded to the 1500 block of S. Opdyke on a B&E Alarm of the BP gas station. Upon arrival, deputies observed that the side […]

Deer Survey Being Done by Helicopter Jan. 14 in Madison Heights

January 13th 2015

Deer Survey Being Done by Helicopter Jan. 14 in Madison Heights (Madison Heights Police Press Release, Jan. 13, 2015) On Wednesday, January 14th, 2015, Oakland County Parks and Recreation will be performing an aerial deer survey at the Red Oaks Nature Center. Conducting this survey, which should be done between 3 and 5 pm (weather […]

Bowl-A-Thon… Students Who Want to be Police March 27

January 13th 2015

Bowl-A-Thon to Fund Scholarships for Students Who Want to be Police March 27 (Clawson Police Press Release, orig. Jan. 13, 2015) The Clawson Police Department has established a scholarship program to give recognition to high school students who wish to pursue a career in Law Enforcement. We support the continuing education of the youth in […]

Michigan Court of Appeals Celebrates 50 Years

January 13th 2015

Michigan Court of Appeals Celebrates 50 Years (MCOA Press Release, Jan. 13, 2015) Monday marked the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the Michigan Court of Appeals.  The 1963 Michigan Constitution created the Court as Michigan’s intermediate appellate court, serving between the trial benches and the Michigan Supreme Court, and the Legislature later passed implementing […]

Local Leaders in Running for NAACP Image Award Hometown Honor

January 13th 2015

Local Leaders in Running for NAACP Image Award Hometown Honor (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan.12, 2015) The vote is on. Seventeen Detroit Area leaders have been nominated as part of the NAACP Image Awards Hometown Champion Award. Through an online competition, the nominee who gets the most votes will be flown to Pasadena, California for the […]

Community Crowds Together To Save Oak Park Jewish Community Center

January 13th 2015

Community Crowds Together To Save Oak Park Jewish Community Center (Cheryl Weiss, Jan. 13, 2015) Approximately 800 people filled the gymnasium of the Jewish Community Center in Oak Park, and many more were turned away due to space limitations, at the Town Hall Forum Monday night. Community members gathered together to voice their objections to […]