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MOGO is Here: Bike Rentals in Ferndale, Royal Oak…

June 4th 2020

In addition to expanding its service, MoGo also announced changes to its passes and pricing, making bike share easier and more convenient

Royal Oakers Gather at Courthouse to Oppose Racism

June 4th 2020

In the midst of the stories, examples and speeches was a painfully awkward silence of eight minutes and 46 seconds.

Playgrounds in Oakland County May Be Used Again Friday

June 3rd 2020

The County Health division is providing a day of preparation and recommends that playground operators utilize signage and other methods to remind visitors of the COVID-19 Health protocols which include practicing social distancing…

Madison Heights Mayor Brian Hartwell Appointed to Hazel Park Judge Position

June 3rd 2020

Brian Hartwell will be resigning as Mayor in order to accept an appointment by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to be a Judge in the 43rd District Court.

Robin Carter-Cooper Named County’s First Chief Diversity…

June 2nd 2020

Coulter said more than 30 percent of Oakland County’s population is ethnically diverse and it is important county policies ensure its workforce reflects the county’s diversity

Pontiac Comes Together in Unity Over Death of George Floyd

June 1st 2020

Instead of signs and chanting, or confrontations with police, there were prayers and gospel music.

Stay Home, Stay Safe Order Comes to End, Here’s What’s Able to Open and When

June 1st 2020

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-110, rescinding her Safer at Home order and moving the entire state to phase four of the MI Safe Start Plan. 

Happy Birthday Oakland County Times! 

June 1st 2020

Thank you everyone who is part of this site, from those that share tips and photos, to those who share links, and those who chip in.  This is definitely a unique time to be fighting for local journalism.

“End White Silence”: Second Protest Planned in Rochester Hills

June 1st 2020

Protesters will gather again Monday in Rochester Hills to demonstrate against police brutality and structural racism, following a peaceful, last-minute protest Sunday.

Protestors in Ferndale call for Racial Equality and Justice for George Floyd

June 1st 2020

“I see you. I hear you. I stand with you. I walk with you. You matter,” was among the messages.  “Black lives matter.”