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Barry Manilow Shines at the Palace, Supports Pontiac Music Program

February 18th 2015

Barry Manilow Shines at the Palace, Supports Pontiac Music Program By Cheryl Weiss “It takes that one voice And everyone will sing” –One Voice, Barry Manilow Superstar Barry Manilow recently performed his “One Last Time” concert at the Palace in Auburn Hills, but he is leaving a lasting musical legacy for students in the Pontiac […]

“Reds: Pictures of the Rarest Hair Color on Earth” Art Reception March 12

February 18th 2015

“Reds: Pictures of the Rarest Hair Color on Earth” Art Reception March 12 (Woods Gallery, Feb. 18, 2015) Photographer Darrel Ellis will have his exhibit Reds: Pictures of the Rarest Hair Color on Earth on display at the Woods Gallery (lower level of Huntington Woods Library, 26415 Scotia Road, Huntington Woods, MI 48070) from Feb. […]

Jamie Dumas Fundraiser Fraud Suspect Charged

February 18th 2015

Jamie Dumas Fundraiser Fraud Suspect Charged (Farmington Hills Police, Feb. 18, 2015) The Farmington Hills Police Department announced that the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office has charged the subject in the Jamie Dumas fundraiser fraud that occurred in late 2014 and early 2015. Jamie Dumas was the victim of a domestic homicide in Southfield that occurred […]

17 Year Old Charged with Multiple Stabbings

February 18th 2015

17 Year Old Charged with Multiple Stabbings (Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept, Feb. 18, 2015) The suspect, Jessica Davis, 17 years old of Pontiac, was arrested by the Sheriff’s Fugitive Apprehension Team late yesterday.  She was arraigned today in front of Judge Preston Thomas of the 50th District Court. She has been charged with: Assault With […]

Underground Railroad Michigan Connection Oak Park Feb. 24

February 17th 2015

Underground Railroad Michigan Connection Oak Park Feb. 24 (Oak Park Library Press Release, Feb. 17, 2015) On Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 7pm historian Dr. Willie Payne will present The Underground Railroad: A Michigan Connection at the Oak Park Library, 14200 Oak Park Blvd. Payne will highlight the southern fugitive slave’s struggle to escape captivity and […]

Learn About Project Scissor Gait at Berkley Rotary Feb. 23

February 17th 2015

Learn About Project Scissor Gait at Berkley Rotary Feb. 23 (Matt Church, Feb. 17,2015) Being born with multiple congenital deformities including Arthrogryposis Congenita Multiplex and Prune Belly Syndrome, doctors told his parents that Marty Sheedy would not live past the age of three and if he did, Marty would not walk or function normally. Well, […]

Toy Gun Used in Attempted Bank Robbery in Royal Oak

February 17th 2015

Toy Gun Used in Attempted Bank Robbery in Royal Oak (Royal Oak Police, Feb. 17, 2015) The Royal Oak Police Department has arrested a bank robbery suspect fleeing from the PNC Bank located at 1710 E. 12 Mile Road. The suspect entered the bank at approximately 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, armed with […]

Oakland County Sheriff’s Looking for Most Wanted Fugitives

February 17th 2015

Oakland County Sheriff’s Looking for Most Wanted Fugitives (Oakland County Sheriff’s Department, Feb. 17, 2015) There are several fugitives being sought by Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard and his team.  They include people wanted for murder, assault, and drug charges. The link showing the Most Wanted along with photos and descriptions is http://www.oakgov.com/sheriff/pages/most_wanted/default.aspx. If you […]

M-Brew, Dino’s and 7-Eleven Offers Help Support Schools

February 16th 2015

M-Brew, Dino’s and 7-Eleven Offers Help Support Schools Other Businesses Invited to Help (C. Proxmire, Feb. 16, 2015) 7-Eleven $500 Contest and Slurpees for Good Grades With her store sitting on the border of Hazel Park Schools and Ferndale Schools, 7Eleven owner Shellie Hancasky gets to see her fair share of kids and parents. She also […]

State Rep. Jeremy Moss Hosting Coffee Hour in Southfield Feb. 23

February 16th 2015

State Rep. Jeremy Moss Hosting Coffee Hour in Southfield Feb. 23 (Jeremy Moss, Feb. 16, 2015) Coffee hours are a chance to meet with your state representative in an informal setting, where you can ask questions about pending legislation, get more information on state government or offer your ideas and solutions for matters facing our […]