Berkley

Here’s How to Nominate a Hometown Health Hero

March 20th 2021

“Hometown Health Hero awards are an opportunity to honor those tackling important public health threats and promoting the health of their communities.”

Reporter Food: Amici’s Kitchen and Living Room in Berkley

March 20th 2021

Amici’s Pizza and Living Room is located at 3249 Twelve Mile Road in Downtown Berkley. 

What’s Next for Virtual Meetings? MML Share Updates on OMA

March 19th 2021

Over 150 community leaders from across the state tuned in Wednesday for an online presentation on the Open Meetings Act

Hungry? Check out the Oakland County Times Reporter Food Index

March 19th 2021

The Reporter Food Column – sponsored by White Castle – has been an ongoing quest to experience and share restaurants throughout Oakland County.

Upcoming Events in Oakland County

March 18th 2021

To submit an event, email info to editor@oc115.com. We are currently looking for a sponsor for this section.

Berkley Public Safety Gets K-9 Division, Seeks Funding Through Donations

March 15th 2021

“We are really excited about the program but with everything going on in the world right now, we didn’t want to go after taxpayer money…”

March 31 – Skywarn Spotter Training Program (Online)

March 13th 2021

All classes are free and open to the public. You must be age 13 or older to report weather incidents, but classes are appropriate for ages 10 and up.

March 20 – Skywarn Spotter Training Program (Online)

March 11th 2021

Skywarn Weather Spotters provide valuable information to the National Weather Service by reporting storm damage, precipitation, and other observed weather phenomena.

March 17 – MSHDA Hosting Faith Based Housing and Resource Fair

March 11th 2021

MSHDA is partnering with some of our leading faith-based organizations, financial institutions, housing counseling agencies, local realtors, land banks, and other organizations to bring solutions to your housing needs.

March 14 – Spring Forward Means Time to Change Smoke Alarm Batteries

March 10th 2021

Unfortunately, in 2020 Michigan reported that 123 people died in 102 residential fires, which was a 21% increase from 2019.