Berkley

Waterwork Gives Plumbing Tips for Winter

January 5th 2015

Waterworks Gives Plumbing Tips for Winter (Guest Column by David Greylen of Waterwork Plumbing. Dec. 2, 2014,republished Jan. 5, 2015) NOTE: Waterworks Plumbing is a sponsor of The Oakland County 115 News Hub. This informative guest column is NOT paid advertising, but readers should be aware that the author does advertise with us. The plumbing […]

Building Green Bridges: Environmentalism in Congregations Jan. 17

January 5th 2015

Building Green Bridges: Environmentalism in Congregations Jan. 17 (ROEAB Press Release, Jan. 5, 2015) The Royal Oak Environmental Advisory Board (ROEAB) is pleased to co-sponsor a Building Green Bridges workshop for anyone interested in beginning or enhancing an environmental sustainability program at their congregation. ROEAB, together with the Birmingham Unitarian Church, has lined up some […]

Remembering Patricia Hill Burnett, 2012 Interview (video)

January 4th 2015

Remembering Patricia Hill Burnett, 2012 Interview (video) (Cherie Wyatt Rolfe, Crystal Proxmire, Jan. 4, 2015) At the age of 94, the co-founder of Michigan National Organization for Women (NOW) and celebrated portrait artist Patricia Hill Burnett passed away last week. Burnett was a face for feminism spanning across socioeconomic and political lines. She was well-dressed, […]

The stories of 2014 Part 1 of 4 – January through March

January 1st 2015

The stories of 2014 Part 1 of 4 – January through March (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 31, 2014) This has been an amazing year as the oc115 has ventured on the path of county-wide news coverage. From feel-good stories of neighbors helping each other to mass expressions of love, to the challenges of local governments, […]

The stories of 2014 Part 2 of 4 – April through June

January 1st 2015

The stories of 2014 Part 2 of 4 – April through June (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 1, 2015) This has been an amazing year as the oc115 has ventured on the path of county-wide news coverage. From feel-good stories of neighbors helping each other to mass expressions of love, to the challenges of local governments, […]

The stories of 2014 Part 3 of 4 – July through September

January 1st 2015

The stories of 2014 Part 3 of 4 – July through September (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 1, 2015) This has been an amazing year as the oc115 has ventured on the path of county-wide news coverage. From feel-good stories of neighbors helping each other to mass expressions of love, to the challenges of local governments, […]

The stories of 2014 Part 4 of 4 – October through December

January 1st 2015

The stories of 2014 Part 4 of 4 – October through December (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 1, 2015) This has been an amazing year as the oc115 has ventured on the path of county-wide news coverage. From feel-good stories of neighbors helping each other to mass expressions of love, to the challenges of local governments, […]

Water Main Break in Berkley, Some Residents without Water

December 30th 2014

Water Main Break in Berkley, Some Residents without Water (City of Berkley Press Release, Dec. 30, 2014) UPDATE:  AT 7:30pm the main was fixed and water was restored to customers. The Department of Public Works (DPW) is repairing a water main break on Harvard just west of Woodward.  In order to isolate the repair area, […]

Berkley Rotary Announces January Speakers

December 29th 2014

Berkley Rotary Announces January Speakers (Berkley Rotary Press Release, Dec. 29, 2014) The Rotary Club of Berkley is pleased to announce its upcoming list of speakers for January.  The Club meets at O’Mara’s Restaurant in downtown Berkley at the intersection of 12 Mile Road and Coolidge Highway.  Guests, prospective members and anyone interested in sharing […]

Therapy Dogs Visit Angell Elementary in Berkley

December 27th 2014

Therapy Dogs Visit Angell Elementary in Berkley (Berkley Schools E Blast, Dec. 27, 2014) Every other week students at Angell Elementary are visited by therapy dogs. The dogs, Grace, an English Springer Spaniel, and Kate, a Labrador Retriever, visit with their humans Mary and Doug Karakas. Teachers at Angell had the opportunity to sign up […]