Farmington/Farmington Hills

Holocaust Survivor Edith Maniker’s Story Helps Others Glimpse the Horror of Genocide

March 4th 2020

“I was seven years old. I have never been able to get that picture out of my mind,” said Edith Maniker as she told..

Deputies Learn of Hatred, Propaganda, & Complacency in Holocaust…

March 4th 2020

One example is the way propaganda and stereotypes are used not only to insult people, but to dehumanize them and to simplify a narrative. 

SB I-275 Closed Due to Fatal Crash

March 3rd 2020

Southbound I-275 is closed Tuesday morning at the I-5, I-96, I-696 interchange after a man was fatally struck while changing his tire. The crash happened around 4am and the freeway is expected to be closed through rush hour as the police investigate.

Feb. 14 – Sweetheart Stroll at Heritage Park

February 8th 2020

 Ice candles will light your path while a naturalist shares details about the courtship behaviors of the park’s nocturnal animals and discusses how they relate to our own!

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: Farmington Public School District Millage

January 27th 2020

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

Oakland County Times Favorite Stories of 2019

January 12th 2020

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

Female-Centric “Chair Gang” Comedy Series Aiming for Hulu, Needs Online Votes

January 10th 2020

The locally-produced web series Chair Gang invites viewers into the fictional Ebberts Salon and Spa for what producer April Washko calls…

Jan. 11 -12 – Farmington Hills Youth Theatre Auditions

January 1st 2020

James and the Giant Peach Jr. is for youth in grades K-8, with show dates March 26-29, 2020 and Mamma Mia will be auditioning youth in grades 6-12

Jan. 5 – Farmington Hills Police Recruitment Day

December 30th 2019

The City has earned the reputation of being a well-run, desirable place to live and work with award-winning Police, Fire, recreation programs, and public services.