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Rochester Hills Master Plan Open House April 23

April 13th 2018

Rochester Hills Master Plan Open House April 23 Rochester Hills, MI – The City of Rochester Hills is seeking community input for its 2018 Master Plan. The Master Plan serves as a big-picture, long-range document that guides policy and decision-making about how land in the city is used for housing, transportation, commerce, and recreation. With […]

Clean the Ferndale Up May 19

April 13th 2018

  Clean the Ferndale Up May 19 Ferndale, MI – Clean the Ferndale Up! is an annual community project where awesome volunteers join together to clean-up and spruce areas within the city to beautify and enhance for all to enjoy throughout the year. We will also have the temporary Drop-off Recycling Station in the City […]

Holly Youth Theatre Prepares for Peter Pan Jr April 19-22

April 12th 2018

  Holly Youth Theatre Prepares for Peter Pan Jr April 19-22 (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 12, 2018) Holly, MI – Before a performance, Makensie Harrington gets nervous and jittery. “But when I get on stage it goes away. I feel like I am where I really belong,” said the 14-year-old actress who is one of […]

15 Adoptable Animals Looking for Love

April 11th 2018

15 Adoptable Animals Looking for Love (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 11, 2018) Pontiac, MI – Today is National Pet Day, and those who feel left out may be happy to know that there are many cats and dogs in Oakland County that are waiting for their fur-ever home.  One place to adopt a stray or […]

Fatal Shooting by Royal Oak Police Closes 13 Mile at Woodward

April 10th 2018

Fatal Shooting by Royal Oak Police Closes 13 Mile at Woodward (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 10, 2018) Royal Oak, MI- Oakland County Sheriffs Deputies were on the scene Tuesday evening investigating a fatal shooting by Royal Oak Police on 13 Mile just east of Woodward Avenue, at Coolidge Hwy. According to Royal Oak Police Chief […]

Ferndale Police Chief Retires Early, City Reviewing Policies and Procedures

April 10th 2018

  Ferndale Police Chief Retires Early, City Reviewing Policies and Procedures (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 10, 2018) Ferndale, MI- The City of Ferndale has announced that Police Chief Timothy Collins will be retiring, with his last day being Friday.  Collins was expected to retire later this year when reaching the mandatory retirement age of 60. […]

Ferndale Approves Design-Based Ordinances for Downtown Area

April 10th 2018

  Ferndale Approves Design-Based Ordinances for Downtown Area (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 10, 2018) Ferndale, MI- As businesses and people continue to invest in making Ferndale their home, the City has been focusing on how to create a community that is thoughtfully composed and in line with the Master Plan. A big step in that […]

Berkley Library Discussion Revives Interest in Unsolved Oakland County Child Killer Deaths

April 9th 2018

Berkley Library Discussion Revives Interest in Unsolved Oakland County Child Killer Deaths (Sam Gurwin, April 9, 2018) Berkley, MI – Many memories of mothers and fathers in 1976-1977 involved carefully watching children as they walked in groups to schools throughout Oakland County. That is because an unknown person was lurking, abducting and murdering children. Even […]

MML#4: SaveMICity Campaign Looks at Lessons from Amazon Loss

April 9th 2018

  MML#4: SaveMICity Campaign Looks at Lessons from Amazon Loss (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 9, 2018) Lansing, MI –  Local governments have been “doing more with less” for years, but what may Michiganders may not realize is that every other state in America has been increasing the amount of investment in communities, while Michigan has […]

Blumz Contest Asks: Why is Your Mom a Superhero?

April 9th 2018

  Blumz Contest Asks: Why is Your Mom a Superhero? (Blumz, April 9, 2018) Holly, Ferndale, Detroit, MI – Blumz by JRDesigns want you to share why your mom or mom like figure in your life is a superhero with their Mother’s Day Essay Contest: “Mom, You’re My Super Hero!” Who: Anyone in Metro Detroit/Holly […]