Berkley

Berkley Back on Track for Marijuana Business Applications

May 18th 2020

In order to limit in-person contact and protect the health of staff, applicants, and their families, the City has adjusted the marihuana submission process.

Music for the Mourning & Surprises for Seniors: Bagpiper Don Ross Plays On

May 17th 2020

However, the challenges make the bright spots matter even more, and Ross is seeing his work in a new light as he’s been surprising seniors who have been isolating to stay safe from the COVID-19 spread.

SMART Posts Survey for Business Owners as they Plan for Increasing Service

May 14th 2020

As movement towards reopening unfolds, we are working to gather information about how businesses are planning to return to work.  

2020 Candidate Interview: Barnett Jones for Oakland County Sheriff

May 13th 2020

On the Democratic side there are three candidates in the Aug. 4, 2020 primary: Randy Maloney, Barnett Jones, and Vincent Gregory.

Oakland County Michigan Works! Hosting Online Workshops for Job Seekers

May 12th 2020

Oakland County Michigan Works! is launching a series of virtual workshops for people who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and are interested in exploring new career opportunities.

MIOSHA Has Small Business Grants Available for Safety and Health Needs

May 11th 2020

The goal of the program is to create a safer and healthier work environment and reduce the risk of injury and illness to workers in Michigan.

O’Mara’s Irish Pub Closed After Mothers Day Morning Fire

May 10th 2020

On Sunday, May 10th, 2020, at approximately 5:30 AM, the Berkley Department of Public Safety was dispatched to a fire alarm at O’Mara’s Restaurant

Twins, Triplets and More: Here’s Where Moms of Multiples Support Each Other

May 9th 2020

“They’re different kids, and they do different things. And the world sees them as twins.”

From Wixom to Huntington Woods: Census Response Rates So Far

May 9th 2020

Twenty-six Oakland County cities and villages have exceeded 70 percent, with Huntington Woods (still leading the country) on top at 89.1 percent, followed closely by Pleasant Ridge.

Governor Extends Stay Home, Stay Safe Order, Allows Some Workers to Return May 11

May 9th 2020

The governor’s order will allow manufacturing workers, including those at Michigan’s Big 3 auto companies, to resume work on Monday