Coronavirus Coverage

Attorney General Warns of Scams as Stimulus Money Arrives

April 20th 2020

With the widespread knowledge that these relief payments are being dispersed, many who care for or have access to a vulnerable adult may see this as an opportunity to misuse those funds,

Royal Oak Commissioner Gibbs Says “No” to Resignation Request…

April 18th 2020

Royal Oak Mayor Mike Fournier felt so strongly that he asked Gibbs to resign. Oakland County Times obtained the email conversation between them…

Online Meetings, Treatment Options, Help Michiganders Stay Sober

April 17th 2020

“Anxiety and stress are really high right now. If you are in your recovery walk, know that there are [other] people who are struggling.”

Coronavirus Update: 361 Oakland County Residents Dead, 1,768 Statewide

April 15th 2020

Click on the zip codes of the map and check out other stats…

County Board Institutes Hiring Freeze During Coronavirus Crisis

April 14th 2020

At its meeting last night, the Oakland County Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution to temporarily suspend county hiring,

Drive Thru COVID-19 Testing to Include First Responders, Essential Workers

April 14th 2020

First responders, essential business employees and Pontiac residents who display symptoms of the coronavirus… should call the Health Division’s “Nurse on Call” hotline at 1-800-848-5533 to schedule an appointment.

Self-Employed Can File For Unemployment Beginning…

April 11th 2020

“We will do everything we can to continue providing emergency financial assistance as quickly as possible to the Michigan working families…”

Grants Available for Companies that Switch to PPE Production

April 10th 2020

“Saving Business, Saving Lives” grant provides immediate capital for Oakland County companies to ramp up production of PPE

Governor Extends “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Order Through End of April

April 9th 2020

Today, Governor Whitmer signed executive order 2020-42, extending her prior “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through the end of April

Suburban Collection Showplace Slated for COVID Medical Care Facility

April 6th 2020

The decision to continue to expand bed space in Southeast Michigan is a proactive measure in anticipation of additional need as the response to COVID-19 continues.