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Prosecutor Speaks on Dangers of… (video)

November 1st 2014

Prosecutor Speaks on Dangers of Sexting, Bullying and other Crimes (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 31, 2014) Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper does not like seeing kids on a professional basis, whether it’s because they have gotten in trouble or because they are a victim. The internet and cell phones make it easy for young […]

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Election Stories and Resources for Nov. 4, 2014

November 1st 2014

Election Stories and Resources for Nov. 4, 2014 (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 30, 2014) Nov. 4 is Election Day and there are many resources available to help people make informed decisions. The Oakland County Clerk’s Office provides a wealth of information on their website at http://www.oakgov.com/clerkrod/elections/Pages/default.aspx, including: How to Vote: Find out if you’re registered […]

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Hazel Park Vikings Make it to State Marching Band Competition

October 31st 2014

Hazel Park Vikings Make it to State Marching Band Competition (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 31, 2014) The 58 students of the Hazel Park Viking Marching Band started the beginning of the year with the end in mind, full of focus and directed toward the goal of putting on a fantastic show. With a new sense […]

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Thousands of Kids Enjoy Angels Night in Pontiac

October 31st 2014

Thousands of Kids Enjoy Angels Night in Pontiac (Crystal Proxmire, photos contributed from various sources, Oct. 31, 2014) The Pontiac community helped over 5,000 kids enjoy an Angel’s Night celebration full of costumes and candy. There was music and food, games and even a rock climbing wall. Many groups came together for the epic celebration, […]

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Royal Oak Voters Face Decision on Millage and Normandy Oaks

October 31st 2014

Royal Oak Voters Face Decision on Millage and Normandy Oaks (City of Royal Oak Press Release, Oct. 31, 2014) Royal Oak voters will consider two ballot proposals when they go to vote Tuesday, Nov. 4. Charter Proposal A, if adopted, would authorize up to 2.5 mills for 10 years to maintain, repair and reconstruct Royal Oak […]

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PR Mayor Issues Voter Turnout Challenge to Beat HW

October 31st 2014

PR Mayor Issues Voter Turnout Challenge to Beat HW (Pleasant Ridge Mayor Kurt Metzger, Oct. 31, 2014) Historically, Oakland County Voter Turnout has been higher than any of the other 82 counties in the state. Within Oakland County, I am happy to say that Pleasant Ridge has always been at the top or slightly behind […]

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No On-Street Parking in Downtown Pontiac on Sunday

October 31st 2014

No On-Street Parking in Downtown Pontiac on Sunday (Downtown Pontiac Business Association Press Release, Oct. 31, 2014) Everyone is asked to clear street parking on Sunday, November 2 prior to 9:00 AM to 3:00PM Downtown Pontiac will be seeing more capital improvements after the recently repaved Huron Street.  On Sunday parking spaces will be stripped along […]

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Bowling for Holly Youth Assistance & Quinn Toy Project Nov. 9

October 31st 2014

Bowling Fundraiser for Holly Youth Assistance and Quinn Toy Project Nov. 9 (Holly Area Youth Assistance, Oct. 31, 2014) Chamber Bowling Fundraiser HAYA’s Jacobson/Quinn Toy Project Sunday, November 9th 1:30-4:00pm Holly Lanes 2430 Grange Hall Road 2 Hours of Bowling, Shoes, Pizza and Pop Bowling, Auction, 50/50! Fun for the whole family! $25.00 per person […]

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Police Chase Starts in Ferndale, Ends in Highland Park with a Crash

October 31st 2014

Police Chase Starts in Ferndale, Ends in Highland Park with a Crash (Michigan State Police Press Release, Oct. 31, 2014) The Michigan State Police arrested two suspects following a police pursuit that occurred on October 30, 2014 at approximately 5:20 PM. Troopers from the Metro Post attempted to perform a traffic stop at 9 Mile […]

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Burning Leaves in Auburn Hills is on the Ballot Nov. 4th

October 30th 2014

The Future of Burning Leaves in Auburn Hills is on the Ballot Nov. 4th (Auburn Hills Public Safety Director Doreen Olko, Oct. 30) Be sure to vote on November 4th.  The ballot contains a choice for Auburn Hills residents.  You are being asked whether City Council should adopt an ordinance prohibiting burning of leaves and […]

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