Auburn Hills

Bomb Squad and K-9 Respond to Suspicious Package at Palace of Auburn Hills

September 14th 2015

Bomb Squad and K-9 Respond to Suspicious Package at Palace of Auburn Hills (Auburn Hills Police, Sept. 14, 2015) A suspicious package was found at the Palace of Auburn Hills around 10:50am. Auburn Hills Police and Fire departments immediately responded. The building was evacuated as a precaution. Michigan State Police Bomb Squad and Oakland County […]

OU Camp Coordinator Honored for Saving Boy’s Life

September 10th 2015

OU Camp Coordinator Honored for Saving Boy’s Life (OU Police Dept. Press Release, Sept. 10, 2015) It was a normal School of Engineering and Computer Science summer camp day when students went to lunch on August 6. However, all that changed in an instant when a 9-year-old boy began choking on carrots and started having […]

Auburn Hills City Council Candidate Forum Oct. 5

September 4th 2015

Auburn Hills City Council Candidate Forum Oct. 5 (event listing) Monday, October 5, 2015 7:00 PM Auburn Hills City Hall Council Chambers 1827 N. Squirrel Road Auburn Hills, MI 48326 City of Auburn Hills: City Council. Coordinator: Ann Edwards The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation […]

Rochester Rotary Among Groups Hoping to Recruit OU Students

September 2nd 2015

Rochester Rotary Among Groups Hoping to Recruit OU Students (Rochester Rotary, Sept. 2, 2015) Rochester Rotary, a member club of Rotary International, a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service and encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, invites college students ages 18-30 from Oakland University (OU) to join Rotaract, Rotary […]

1 Question /15 People: What Charity do you Most Support and Why?

September 1st 2015

1 Question /15 People: What Charity do you Most Support and Why? (C. Proxmire, Sept. 1, 2015) As part of our new series of features on the 1st and 15th, we’ve asked readers: What charity do you most support and why? Here are 15 of the best responses selected from various online forums. Like us […]

Suicidal Subject Reminds Chief that Statistics Don’t Show Full Story

August 28th 2015

Suicidal Subject Reminds Chief that Statistics Don’t Show Full Story (Viewpoint by Auburn Hills Police Chief Doreen Olko, Aug. 28, 2015) Last night, in one of our neighborhoods in the south end of the city we received a call of a subject barricaded in a home with a machete threatening suicide.  He also threatened any […]

For First Time Ever, Every Retailer Passed Tobacco Sales Tests

August 24th 2015

For First Time Ever, Every Retailer Passed Tobacco Sales Tests (Oakland County Health Division Press Release, Aug. 24, 2015) For the first time ever, Oakland County retailers did not sell any tobacco products to youth during recent undercover inspections, County Executive L. Brooks Patterson announced today. The Oakland County Health Division conducted the annual inspection […]

Autism Safety Day for First Responders Aug. 31 and Sept 1

August 21st 2015

Autism Safety Day  for First Responders Aug. 31 and Sept 1 (event listing) Session 1: Monday, August 31, 2015 3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Session 2: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. Resource Crisis Center (Entrance at Lower Level) 1200 N. Telegraph Road Building 32 East Pontiac, MI 48341 Please use the parking lot on Hospital […]

Townhall Explores Possibility of Redistricting Reform

August 15th 2015

Townhall Explores Possibility of Redistricting Reform (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 15, 2015) “When I was in junior high, there was this famous editorial cartoon in the textbook about Gerrymandering, and it had this oddly chopped up district that was shaped like a monster or a dragon. It was like this big joke that back in […]

Pontiac Celebrates Several New Businesses

August 13th 2015

Pontiac Celebrates Several New Businesses (C. Proxmire, Aug. 13, 2015) “I’ve been cutting ribbons all over Pontiac,” said Mayor Deidre Waterman as she and nearly a dozen business owners prepared to slice through the thick blue ribbon stretched across the walkway in front of a freshly painted 1860 two-level building at 47 N. Saginaw Street. […]

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