Clarkston/Independence Twp.

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.

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April 23rd 2020

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Court Order Extends Filing Deadline for Candidates, Reduces…

April 20th 2020

US District Court Judge Terrence Berg issued a court order that changes the April 21 filing deadline and rules for some candidates

Mike Kowall Announces Candidacy for Oakland County Executive

April 17th 2020

Mike Kowall, a Republican from White Lake, has filed to run for Oakland County Executive.

Cities Hope for Federal Funds, Adjust to Pivoted Roles, Layoffs…

April 16th 2020

“We’re used to doing more with less, but there is a limit to that,”

Jonathan Schechter: Nature Writer, ER Paramedic, Adventurer

April 2nd 2020

Other topics have included coyotes and the massasauga rattlesnake, which is the only venomous snake in Oakland County.

March 30 – SkyWarn Training in Clarkston

March 7th 2020

Skywarn Weather Spotters provide a valuable service to the National Weather Service by reporting storm damage…

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.

I-75 to Close from 8 Mile to Square Lake Road, Bridges to Come Down

February 27th 2020

As we begin the next phase of the I-75 Modernization Project, Segment 3 work will start on Friday, February 28th. 

Nominations Open for Clarkston Community Awards

February 20th 2020

The 35th annual Clarkston Community Awards are coming this May, and nominations are now open!