Auburn Hills

Auburn Hills Approves Mixed Use Development for Designhaus Headquarters

February 27th 2018

Auburn Hills Approves Mixed Use Development for Designhaus Headquarters (Designhaus, Feb. 27, 2018) Auburn Hills, MI – The City of Auburn Hills, MI formally approved the development of a 25,000 SF Mixed Use Building on the Southeast Corner of Auburn Road and South Squirrel Road on Monday Evening at City Hall. Local Architect and Managing […]

Leaders Learn About Connected Community Needs

February 25th 2018

Leaders Learn About Connected Community Needs (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 25, 2018) Ferndale,  MI – Does your community need more fiber?  The answer is likely yes according to Emily Dabish of Rocket Fiber who was among the speakers at Main Street Oakland County Main Street’s “Connected Downtowns” Conference on Feb.  15. Fiber is the foundation […]

Auburn Hills Police Teach Active Shooter Defense to Residents

February 23rd 2018

Auburn Hills Police Teach Active Shooter Defense to Residents (Sam Gurwin, Feb. 23, 2018) Auburn Hills, MI – Since 2016 Officer Brian Miller of the Auburn Hills Police Department has been hosting trainings for the public on how to respond to an active shooter situation in their school or workplace.  Another training took place this […]

Auburn Hills Announces Business Recruitment Grant Opportunities

February 23rd 2018

Auburn Hills Announces Business Recruitment Grant Opportunity (City of Auburn Hills, Feb. 2, 2018) Auburn Hills, MI – The City of Auburn Hills is pleased to announce its new Business Recruitment Grant available for businesses choosing to locate in downtown Auburn Hills. The City of Auburn Hills Tax Increment Finance Authority Business Recruitment grant is […]

Stuff to Know When it Snows

February 9th 2018

Stuff to Know When it Snows (C. Proxmire, Dec. 13, 2017) Did you wake up to find your neighborhood covered over with a layer of sparkly white frozen precipitation and a Facebook feed full of various warnings, advisories, and complaints? Though it can be disconcerting, don’t worry. It’s called snow, and it’s something we’ve dealt […]

Night of Irish Music Fundraiser at Callahan’s in Auburn Hills Feb. 9

February 7th 2018

Night of Irish Music Fundraiser at Callahan’s in Auburn Hills Feb. 9 Auburn Hills, MI – Local Wild Irish band Odd Enough joins with the Flanagan O’Hare Irish Dancers and a Piper form the Metro Detroit Police and Fire Pipe and Drums. A big Irish Event!! Just the thing to do to break away from […]

Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group Meets on Third Thursdays

February 2nd 2018

Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group Meets on Third Thursdays (Karen S Adcock, SDC, Director of Senior Services, City of Auburn Hills, Feb. 2, 2018) Auburn Hills, MI- Do you have someone in your life that is suffering from dementia?  Are you a caregiver and wonder sometimes how you can keep going?  Do you feel all […]

Volunteer to Help with Annual Homeless Persons Count Jan. 31

January 25th 2018

Volunteer to Help with Annual Homeless Persons Count Jan. 31 Auburn Hills, MI – Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is joining efforts to measure homelessness in Oakland County through the Point-in-Time Count. This initiative is conducted annually to help determine the total number of individuals living unsheltered in Oakland County. “Improving our understanding of the needs […]

Unsolicited Fax Lawsuit Costs Alfoccino Restaurants $7 Million

January 20th 2018

Unsolicited Fax Lawsuit Costs Alfoccino Restaurants $7 Million Auburn Hills, Farmington Hills, MI – The owner of Alfoccino Restaurants in Auburn Hills and Farmington Hills agreed to a $7 million settlement to those who received unsolicited faxes promoting catering services in 2006. According to the Associated Press, faxes were sent approximately 14,000 times to 7,600 […]

Video Released of Suspect in 8 Robberies

December 28th 2017

Video Released of Suspect in 8 Robberies (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Dec. 28, 2017) Pontiac, Auburn Hills, MI –  A suspect caught on video robbing the Subway Restaurant in the 200 block of Walton is the suspect in at least 8 robberies between Dec. 8 and 4.  There were 2 robberies in Pontiac, in Auburn […]