Berkley

Customized Muffler Caused “Pop Pop Pop” During 90 MPH Chase on Woodward

May 7th 2020

But the noises were not from firecrackers or gunshots as guessed, but from the customized muffler of a BMW being driven by a teenager alluding Berkley Police.

Berkley Cancels 2020 Summer Programs & Events

May 7th 2020

After much deliberation and consideration, the City of Berkley has decided to suspend all activities, programs, and city-run events through Labor Day.

Fundraiser with Matching Funds to Support Berkley Businesses

May 5th 2020

The Berkley DDA is raising funds to help our beloved businesses stay afloat.

2020 Candidate Interview: Karen McDonald for Oakland Co. Prosecutor

May 4th 2020

In the Aug. 4 Democratic Primary voters in Oakland County will chose between incumbent  Jessica Cooper and challenger Karen McDonald for Oakland County Prosecutor. 

Construction and Real Estate Business to Resume, with Safety Measures

May 3rd 2020

The construction industry is entrenched in a culture of safety, and as we return to work, we are developing and implementing new best practices that further emphasize the well-being of our workers and Michigan’s citizens.”

2020 Candidate Interviews ~ Aug. 4 Primary

May 2nd 2020

Each year Oakland County Times gives candidates for any office voted on in Oakland County the opportunity to do a video interview.

Michigan DHHS Sending Free Condoms During COVID-19 Crisis

April 30th 2020

If you and your partner are staying home together, you can send an e-mail…

Nearly 800 Businesses Benefit from County Small Business Grants

April 27th 2020

Oakland County Executive David Coulter on Friday, April 24 announced that 797 small businesses in the county were awarded about $2.3 million in grants from the county’s small business stabilization fund.

To Protect Victims from Stalking & Harassment, PPOs in Michigan Extended

April 27th 2020

“Unfortunately, these victims are particularly vulnerable to stalking and harassment — which is why they sought protection in the first place,” Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said.

Governor Whitmer Extends Stay Home, Stay Safe Order

April 24th 2020

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed executive order 2020-59, extending her “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through May 15.