Auburn Hills

Upcoming Events in Oakland County

May 17th 2019

Events in Oakland County (May 17, 2019) To submit an event, email info to editor@oc115.com. May 17 – Birmingham Police hosting Self Defense Class, Birmingham May 18 – Hazel Park Animal Control Pet Vaccination Clinic, Warren May 18 – Perennial Exchange, Ferndale May 18 – Bike Repair Basics, Ferndale May 18 – Hot Daddies Contest […]

Ten Communities Win Main Street Oakland County Awards

May 13th 2019

Ten Communities Win Main Street Oakland County Awards (Main Street Oakland County, May 13, 2019) ​Pontiac, Michigan – Lake Orion’s Downtown Development Authority captured the Spirit of Main Street award for the second time as 10 downtowns were honored Thursday during the gala celebration at the Flagstar Strand Theatre for the Performing Arts in Pontiac. […]

Instructions for Guest Org. Posts on Oakland County Times

May 10th 2019

Instructions for Guest Org. Posts on Oakland County Times Oakland County, MI- Oakland County Times is inviting readers to submit guest posts featuring a charity or community group that is meaningful to them and is located in Oakland County.  A list of compiled profiles can be found HERE. The guest posts can be written in […]

I-75 to Close for the Weekend I-696 to Square Lake Road 

May 9th 2019

I-75 to Close for the Weekend I-696 to Square Lake Road Madison Heights, MI –Work on the I-75 modernization project continues with Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) contracting crews closing both directions of I-75 between I-696 and Square Lake Road starting at 10 p.m. Friday, May 10. The closure is needed for demolishing the Wattles […]

Ballot Selfie… Here’s What Voters Can and Can’t Do on Election Day

May 8th 2019

Michigan “Ballot Selfie” Case Settled, Here’s What Voters Can and Can’t Do on Election Day (Secretary of State, May 8, 2019) Lansing, MI- Subject to court approval, the Secretary of State today settled a federal lawsuit challenging Michigan’s restrictions on ballot photography, sometimes known as “ballot selfies.” Under the settlement, in which both parties to […]

Auburn Hills… Neighborhood Watch Program Called “Ring”

May 1st 2019

Auburn Hills Residents & Police Connecting with Neighborhood Watch Program Called “Ring” Auburn Hills, Michigan—May 1, 2019– The Auburn Hills Police Department is pleased to announce that it is joining the free Neighbors app by Ring, a neighborhood watch program, which will provide the Auburn Hills community with real-time, local crime and safety information. The […]

Sponsor Sought for OC Times Candidate Interview Series

April 29th 2019

Sponsor Sought for OC Times Candidate Interview Series (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 29, 2019) Oakland County, MI-  Each year Oakland County Times does short video interviews with candidates running for local offices.  We do this at no cost to the candidate or to the readers. This massive undertaking helps make local election information accessible to […]

Summer Spark Website Helps Families Find Educational Events and Opportunities

April 26th 2019

Summer Spark Website Helps Families Find Educational Events and Opportunities (United Way for Southeastern Michigan, April 24, 2019) Summer Spark, a free online tool designed to help busy parents and caregivers find quality summer programs all in one place, has made it easier than ever to search for fun, engaging and educational activities and programs […]

Before you Hit the Trails, Check out these Reminders

April 13th 2019

Before you Hit the Trails, Check out these Reminders (Stephanie Carroll, Manager of Business Development and Community Relations, City of Auburn Hills, April 13, 2019) Auburn Hills, MI – The warmer weather has arrived and the city’s trails are starting to see a lot of activity.  From runners to bikers, our trails are for everyone! […]

Author Anne Doyle Speaks of “Springboard Moment” for Women

April 10th 2019

Author Anne Doyle Speaks of “Springboard Moment” for Women (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 10, 2019) Three generations of women have experienced gender stereotypes and inequalities in different ways, and “Powering Up” author Anne Doyle spent a recent Friday morning speaking to a room of female civic leaders and the people who encourage them about how […]