Farmington/Farmington Hills

Job Listings ~ Sept. 15, 2015

September 15th 2015

Job Listings ~ Sept. 15, 2015 Welcome to this edition’s Job Listing.  This list is compiled from several sources, but primarily by Ferndale Michigan Works.  There are several Michigan Works Office through Oakland County that provide valuable services to job seekers and employers.  Check out the Ferndale Michigan Works site at http://www.ferndaleschools.org/community/miworks/job-flash/. New jobs! Posted […]

Chazzano Founder Changes Mind on K-Cups

September 15th 2015

Chazzano Founder Changes Mind on K-Cups (Guest View, Frank Lanzkron-Tamarazo, Chazzano Coffee, Sept. 15, 2015) In the past, when a customer asked, “Hey Frank, what do you think about K-cups?” I would say: “K-cups are against G-d. If you have a K-cup machine or you were gifted a K-cup machine, bring it to the police […]

Birmingham Concert Band Fire and Ice Fall Concert Oct 4

September 7th 2015

Birmingham Concert Band Fire and Ice Fall Concert Oct 4 (event) Fire and Ice Fall Concert October 4, 2015 4:00pm St. John Lutheran Church 23225 Gill Road Farmington Hills, MI More info: http://www.birminghamconcertband.com/Fall%20Concert%202015%20-%20Fire%20and%20Ice.pdf For more event listings go to http://oaklandcounty115.com/events/ Want a daily list of headlines? Sign up at https://feedburner.google.com/fb/a/mailverify?uri=Oakland_County_115_News.

Farmington Voices Storytelling Event to Benefit Local Charities Sept. 30

September 2nd 2015

Farmington Voices Storytelling Event to Benefit Local Charities Sept. 30 (event listing) For almost a year, Farmington Voice has brought you stories about the people, events, and activities that make the communities of Farmington and Farmington Hills great places to live. On September 30, we’re turning the tables, with an event that allows some of our […]

1 Question /15 People: What Charity do you Most Support and Why?

September 1st 2015

1 Question /15 People: What Charity do you Most Support and Why? (C. Proxmire, Sept. 1, 2015) As part of our new series of features on the 1st and 15th, we’ve asked readers: What charity do you most support and why? Here are 15 of the best responses selected from various online forums. Like us […]

Bomb Squad Called for Grenade Found in Garage in Farmington Hills

August 29th 2015

Bomb Squad Called for Grenade Found in Garage in Farmington Hills (compiled, Aug. 29, 2015) On Aug. 26 Michigan State Police were called in to assist Farmington Hills Police and Fire when a resident found a grenade in their garage while cleaning it out, reports The Farmington Voice. The grenade was X-rayed and fortunately found […]

2015: Best Year Yet for Hazel Park Art Fair

August 25th 2015

2015: Best Year Yet for Hazel Park Art Fair (C. Proxmire, Aug. 24, 2015) This weekend was Lindsay Phillips first time ever having a booth at an art fair! With the branding of Orchid Originals, she sold a variety of baby items like crocheted owl baby hats and little pillows with a pouch so kids […]

For First Time Ever, Every Retailer Passed Tobacco Sales Tests

August 24th 2015

For First Time Ever, Every Retailer Passed Tobacco Sales Tests (Oakland County Health Division Press Release, Aug. 24, 2015) For the first time ever, Oakland County retailers did not sell any tobacco products to youth during recent undercover inspections, County Executive L. Brooks Patterson announced today. The Oakland County Health Division conducted the annual inspection […]

Autism Safety Day for First Responders Aug. 31 and Sept 1

August 21st 2015

Autism Safety Day  for First Responders Aug. 31 and Sept 1 (event listing) Session 1: Monday, August 31, 2015 3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Session 2: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. Resource Crisis Center (Entrance at Lower Level) 1200 N. Telegraph Road Building 32 East Pontiac, MI 48341 Please use the parking lot on Hospital […]

Townhall Explores Possibility of Redistricting Reform

August 15th 2015

Townhall Explores Possibility of Redistricting Reform (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 15, 2015) “When I was in junior high, there was this famous editorial cartoon in the textbook about Gerrymandering, and it had this oddly chopped up district that was shaped like a monster or a dragon. It was like this big joke that back in […]

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