Farmington/Farmington Hills

Video: Up Close View as Hawk Hunts in Woodland Hills Park, Farmington Hills

October 7th 2020

But a Wednesday morning walk at Woodland Hills Nature Park in Farmington Hills gave this reporter an up close look at a red tail hawk hunting in the forest. 

RCOC to Residents: “Shake Your Mailbox”

October 6th 2020

It is a resident’s responsibility to ensure his or her mailbox is secure.

Shots Fired at Shell Station in Farmington Hills, Police Seek Suspects

October 5th 2020

The Farmington Hills Police Department is actively investigating a shooting incident at the Shell Gas Station located at Northwestern Highway and Middlebelt Road.

Mask Use Required in Oakland County Per Health Order

October 3rd 2020

Additional health orders may be issued in the coming days to cover capacity at restaurants, bars, employee health screenings and other public health concerns.

Oct. 8 – Online Presentation The White Rose Student Anti-Nazi Resistance

October 3rd 2020

“The brave actions of this small group demonstrate the importance of standing up against hate and the potential impact of speaking out against those who are complicit through silence and inaction.”

2020 Candidate Interview: John Tolbert for OCC Board of Trustees

October 1st 2020

Voters throughout Oakland County have the opportunity to select two Trustees for the Oakland Community College Board.

2020 Candidate Interview: Steven Goldberg for Farmington School Board

September 30th 2020

Candidates for the full term are: Cheryl Blau, David Ehrlich, Mable Fox, Steven Goldberg, Janet L. Ravitz Meir, Richard Mukamal, and Frank Raines III.

Oct. 1-2 – Reduced Fee to Adopt a Cat or Dog through Oakland County Animal Shelter

September 29th 2020

“There are a hundred animals waiting for their forever home at the pet adoption center,” said Bob Gatt, Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center manager.

2020 Candidate Interview: Mable Fox for Farmington School Board

September 28th 2020

In the race for Farmington School Board there are seven people running for two six year full terms, plus three people running for one partial term ending Dec. 31, 2022.

SOAR, Serving Adults “50 and Better,” Making Farmington Hills Home

September 27th 2020

The new community center will provide a hub for residents and guests to enjoy drama, music, visual and performing arts, aquatics, athletics, fitness and wellness, along with many other classes and events.