Farmington/Farmington Hills

Resources for Adults Seeking Counseling

December 28th 2015

Resources for Adults Seeking Counseling (Nan Kerr-Mueller, Dec. 28, 2015) Oakland County, MI – Last month I started a quest to find some counseling help for a young adult in my life. They did not currently have health insurance and were having trouble finding someone that would see them. I started with Easter Seals as […]

Oakland County Parks Taking Applications for Summer Jobs

December 27th 2015

Oakland County Parks Taking Applications for Summer Jobs (Oakland County Parks and Recreation Press Release, Dec. 27, 2015) Oakland County, MI – Calling all college students, senior citizens, high school students age 16 and older, and adults who enjoy working outdoors! Now is the time to start thinking about 2016 summer employment opportunities at Oakland County Parks.* Applications […]

Man Charged with Setting Fires in Farmington Hills Theater During Movie

December 23rd 2015

Man Charged with Setting Fires in Farmington Hills Theater During Movie (Farmington Hills Police, Dec. 23, 2015) Farmington Hills, MI – On Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 1:51 a.m. Farmington Hills Police and Fire Departments responded to the Riviera Cinema located at 30170 Grand River Avenue on a report of smoke in the building. Police […]

Farmington Police Warn Residents: Lock Your Car Doors

December 16th 2015

Farmington Police Warn Residents: Lock Your Car Doors (Farmington Police, Dec. 16, 2015) Farmington, MI – Farmington Public Safety officers have responded to numerous reports of unlawful entries into UNLOCKED vehicles in the Alta Loma subdivision (area west of Farmington Rd and south of Grand River Ave.). Items left out in the open such as […]

Suspected Salvation Army Kettle Thief Also Charged with Heroin Possession

December 13th 2015

Suspected Salvation Army Kettle Thief Also Charged with Heroin Possession (Farmington Hills Police Press Release, Dec. 13, 2015) Farmington Hills, MI – The Farmington Hills Police Department announces the arrest of an individual wanted for the recent theft of a Salvation Army Donation Kettle from the Walgreens store near 8 Mile Rd. and Grand River. […]

Farmington Hills: Thief Walks Off with Salvation Army Donation Kettle

December 12th 2015

Farmington Hills: Thief Walks Off with Salvation Army Donation Kettle (Farmington Hills Police, Dec. 12, 2015) Farmington Hills, MI – The Farmington Hills Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect responsible for stealing a Salvation Army donation kettle this afternoon. The theft occurred outside the Walgreens located at 27750 Grand River […]

LGBT Community Considers 2016 Ballot Initiative (video)

December 8th 2015

LGBT Community Considers 2016 Ballot Initiative (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 8, 2015) Ann Arbor, MI – In Michigan it is illegal to discriminate against people based on factors such as race, religion, age and disability. However, discrimination continues against people in the LGBT community because it is legal to do so. In Michigan people […]

Dave Boyer Chosen as New Farmington Hills City Manager

December 4th 2015

Dave Boyer Chosen as New Farmington Hills City Manager (Farmington Hills Press Release, Dec. 4, 2015) Farmington Hills, MI – The City of Farmington Hills is pleased to announce the selection of Dave Boyer as the new City Manager. He replaces former City Manager Steve Brock who retired after being with the City for more […]

Sheriff’s Dept. and Police Return Military Items to the Feds

December 3rd 2015

Sheriff’s Dept. and Local Police Agencies Return Military Items to the Feds (C. Proxmire, Dec. 3, 2015) Pontiac, MI – Across the county, local law enforcement agencies are turning in their armored vehicles, grenade launchers, bayonets, high caliber rifles and other items that are now prohibited or controlled as acquisitions from Federal agencies due to […]

Bridging 8 Mile Program Dec 5

November 28th 2015

Bridging 8 Mile Program Dec 5 (EVENT page) Bridging 8 Mile Program Hosting Day-Long Program Dec 5   Dec. 5 Community Challenge Day scheduled in Detroit DETROIT – The Association for Youth Empowerment, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing transformational programs to schools and communities in southeast Michigan, will host a Community Challenge Day from 9 a.m. […]

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