Berkley

Berkley Election Results

November 7th 2017

Berkley Election Results (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 7, 2017) Berkley, MI- The unofficial results are in.  Daniel Terbrack, who ran unopposed, won the Mayor’s position with 1938 votes. The three City Council seats go to: Incumbent Steve Baker got 1522 votes. Incumbent Jack Blanchard got 1421 votes. Dennis Hennen got 1293 votes. Colleen Graveline and […]

From Family Ties to Awkward Adult Years, Marc Price will be…

November 5th 2017

From Family Ties to Awkward Adult Years, Marc Price will be Bringing Laughs to Berkley (Drew Saunders, Nov. 5, 2017) Berkley, MI – Marc Price will be making people laugh at O’Mara’s Irish Pub in Berkley on Friday, November 10, at 8:00 p.m. There will be a $12 charge to get inside. “Michigan is a […]

Oakland County African American Parent Network Conference Nov. 11

October 28th 2017

Oakland County African American Parent Network Conference Nov. 11 Join us for our first Oakland County AAPN Collaborative Family Conference! This event is open to all families building a community around student success. Parents and students Invited! We have an exciting line up to share with you … Social Media Secrets: Presented by Rasheda Williams, […]

Berkley to Auction off Ice Arena Equipment and Supplies

October 28th 2017

Berkley to Auction off Ice Arena Equipment and Supplies (City of Berkley, Oct. 28, 2017) Berkley, MI – On Saturday, November 11th the City of Berkley will conduct an auction of all arena equipment and supplies at the Berkley Ice Arena located at 2300 Robina. The auction begins at 11 AM and run through late […]

Berkley Candidate Interviews 2017

October 25th 2017

Berkley Candidate Interviews 2017 Berkley, MI –Oakland County Times has invited all local candidates seeking office on the Nov. 7, 2017 ballot to do a video interview.  Below are the ones who accepted.  Click on the picture to view. In Berkley Daniel Terbrack is running unopposed for Mayor. There are three City Council Seats available, […]

Sugar Packets and Covered Mirrors: Becoming Detectives for those with Dementia

October 14th 2017

Sugar Packets & Covered Mirrors: Becoming Detectives for those with Dementia (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 14, 2017) Novi, MI – Loretta and Gregory were married at the age of 16, over 40 years ago, and have always been true to each other.  Yet as Gregory began to age, Alzheimer’s started to take its toll and […]

2017 Candidate Interview: Berkley City Councilperson Colleen Graveline

September 30th 2017

2017 Candidate Interview: Berkley City Councilperson Colleen Graveline (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 30, 2017)   Berkley, MI – Berkley City Councilperson Colleen Graveline was appointed to her position a year and a half ago and is running to retain her seat.  There are five people running for three seats. Also on the ballot are incumbents […]

Links to Job Pages & Resources Through Oakland County

September 30th 2017

Links to Job Pages  & Resources  Through Oakland County (Compiled, ongoing) Need a job? Oakland County Times has put together a list of places to check if you are looking for work in Oakland County. Click on the name to be taken to the page. MUNICIPALITIES Addison Twp Auburn Hills Berkley Beverly Hills (no list […]

Coolidge Hwy. Resurfacing to Begin Oct. 2

September 29th 2017

Coolidge Hwy. Resurfacing to Begin Oct. 2 (City of Berkley, Sept. 29, 2017) Berkley, MI – Pavement Maintenance Systems, LLC, will begin the Resurfacing and Pavement Marking Replacement Project on Coolidge Highway between 11 and 12 Mile Roads during the week of October 2, weather permitting. The project will reconfigure pavement markings to meet current […]

Mug Shots, Paper Flames & More Part of Banned Books Week at Berkley Library

September 28th 2017

Mug Shots, Paper Flames & More Part of Banned Books Week at Berkley Library (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 28, 2017) Berkley, MI – Throughout history, people have used the written word to share ideas, express opinions, document facts, and connect people to far off places and new experiences.  Yet there has also been the pull […]