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May 7, 2019 Election: Oak Park Schools Operating Millage

April 25th 2019

May 7, 2019 Election: Oak Park Schools Operating Millage (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 24, 2019) Oak Park, Royal Oak Township, Southfield, MI- Voters in the Oak Park School District have one issue on the May 7, 2019 ballot, with language as follows: This authorization will renew the authority of School District of the City of […]

May 7, 2019 Election: Royal Oak Township Millage and Marijuana on the Ballot

April 25th 2019

May 7, 2019 Election: Royal Oak Township Millage and Marijuana on the Ballot Royal Oak Township, MI – Voters in Royal Oak Township have two ballot measures on the May 7, 2019 election. Ballot Language is as follows: General Operating Millage Renewal Shall the Charter Township of Royal Oak be authorized to continue the previously […]

May 7, 2019 Election: Walled Lake Consolidated Schools Bond Proposition

April 25th 2019

May 7, 2019 Election: Walled Lake Consolidated Schools Bond Proposition (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 24, 2019) Commerce, West Bloomfield, White Lake, Walled Lake, Farmington Hills, Novi, Orchard Lake, Wixom MI- Voters in the Walled Lake Consolidated School District have one issue on the May 7, 2019 ballot, with language as follows: Shall the Walled Lake […]

After Nine Years as Superintendent of Bloomfield Hills Schools, Dr. Glass is Saying Goodbye

April 24th 2019

After Nine Years as Superintendent of Bloomfield Hills Schools, Dr. Glass is Saying Goodbye (Bloomfield Hills Schools, April 24, 2019) Bloomfield Hills, MI- Bloomfield Hills Schools Superintendent, Dr. Rob Glass, announced to his staff and community today that this will be his last school year in Bloomfield Hills Schools, as he will be relocating to […]

Neighbor for Neighbor Provides Network of Support in Northern Oakland County

April 24th 2019

Neighbor for Neighbor Provides Network of Support in Northern Oakland County (Mel Corrigan, April 24, 2019) Davisburg, MI- Neighbor For Neighbor (NfN) is a volunteer-run nonprofit 501(c)(3) food pantry that provides food, clothing and financial assistance to those in need in Northwest Oakland County. The pantry is located at the Mill Pond in Davisburg and […]

Mom Spreading Love Seeks Volunteers for Free Hug Booth at Ferndale Pride Festival

April 23rd 2019

Mom Spreading Love Seeks Volunteers for Free Hug Booth at Ferndale Pride Festival (Lara Mossa, April 23, 2019) UPDATE: Volunteer hug positions filled up quickly after being announced, but there are many other volunteer opportunities available. More info is available at www.ferndalepride.com FERNDALE, MI – Not everyone feels accepted by friends and family when they […]

Love of Plants and South-Facing Window Spur Growth of The Plant House at Rust Belt Market

April 23rd 2019

Love of Plants and South-Facing Window Spur Growth of The Plant House at Rust Belt Market (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 23, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Before she and her husband launched the Rust Belt Market eight years ago, Tiffany Best worked for a Beverly-Hills (Michigan) –based gardening business. Not only did she fall in love […]

Railroad Crossing Repair Causes Fourth Street/Lincoln Detour in Downtown Royal Oak

April 23rd 2019

Railroad Crossing Repair Causes Fourth Street/Lincoln Detour in Downtown Royal Oak After months of working with CN Railroad, the City of Royal Oak has prepared permits for detouring traffic away from CN’s Fourth Street and Lincoln Avenue crossing so that the railroad can proceed with the replacement of rails and uneven decking. The work began […]

CASA Celebrating 35 Years with Events April 26-27 

April 23rd 2019

CASA Celebrating 35 Years with Events April 26-27 Oak Park, Ferndale, MI-  The Center for Advanced Studies and the Arts (CASA) is a consortium school that provides higher level classes for students in the Berkley, Clawson, Ferndale, Lamphere, Madison, Oak Park and Pontiac School districts. It began in 1983, serving 35 students with four classes.  […]

As State Considers Allowing More Foster Kids, Rose Township Resists

April 22nd 2019

As State Considers Allowing More Foster Kids, Rose Township Resists (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 21, 2019) Rose Township, MI – “Here’s the thing,” said State Representative Mike Mueller as he sat before about 80 Rose Township residents at a town hall April 15 regarding House Bill 4095, which he co-sponsored.  The bill would allow people […]