Brandon Twp / Ortonville

County Divided on Transit Issues as HB 5550 Dies in Legislature

March 4th 2020

For residents in Oakland County, the fondness for public transit depends largely on where people live.

Restaurant Inspection Reports Soon to be Available Online

February 6th 2020

Oakland County will join Macomb County, Wayne County and the City of Detroit, which have adopted similar policies.

March 10 Primary: Brandon School District Bond

January 27th 2020

Voters in the Brandon School District are being asked on the March 10, 2020 Primary Ballot to approve a bond. 

Oakland County Times Favorite Stories of 2019

January 12th 2020

Here’s a look back at the best stories of the past year.

Listening and Believing: HAVEN’s Recommendations for How to Help 

December 29th 2019

The recommended response to reports of violence is not necessarily what people might expect, and in fact surprised many of the women in the roo

What are People in Oakland County Thankful For?

November 28th 2019

We asked people across Oakland County what they are grateful for this Thanksgiving. Here are some of the many great things people shared…

Police Body Cams in Oakland County…

November 25th 2019

Body cameras are one solution that’s gotten a lot of attention.  It’s also one that comes with both benefits and challenges. Roll out of the technology in Oakland County has been happening in patches.

Over 150 Restaurants So Far in Reporter Food Quest

November 23rd 2019

Oakland County Times has been on a mission to try as many restaurants throughout our great county as possible. We’ve just passed the 150 mark!

I-75 Exits at Sashabaw Road To Close Nov. 18-19

November 15th 2019

Northbound and southbound traffic on Sashabaw Road will be maintained during the work; however, motorists can expect delays.  

Deputy Eric Overall Honored Two Years After Death with Highway Dedication

November 13th 2019

These signs will serve as a constant reminder to everyone who passes them to take time to remember Eric’s contribution to not only the Sheriff’s Office, but to his community as a whole.”