Farmington/Farmington Hills

County Commissioners Swearing in Ceremony Jan. 9

January 6th 2019

County Commissioners Swearing in Ceremony Jan. 9 Pontiac, MI- The Oakland County Board of Commissioners will hold its first meeting of the 2019-2020 session and will welcome six (6) new members, including Thomas Kuhn, Penny Luebs (pictured, middle), Gwen Markham (pictured, right), William Miller, Kristen Nelson and Angela Powell (pictured, left), as well as 15 […]

Outdoor Activities Come in for Farmington Hills Inside Out Night Jan. 18

January 5th 2019

Outdoor Activities Come in for Farmington Hills Inside Out Night Jan. 18 Farmington Hills, MI- Did you know that the average child spends more than seven hours a day with electronic gadgets such as smartphones or video games?  Get your kids out from behind a screen and head to the Costick Center, located at 28600 […]

New Law Reduces Number of Days for Fireworks

January 3rd 2019

New Law Reduces Number of Days for Fireworks Lansing, MI – The number of days one can set off fireworks in Michigan has been reduced from 30 to about a dozen since Public Acts 633, 634, and 635 were signed into law at the end of 2018. Bills were introduced by Rep. Jim Lilly (R-Park […]

Reporter Food: Breakfast Tacos at Scramblers in Farmington Hills

January 2nd 2019

Reporter Food: Breakfast Tacos at Scramblers in Farmington Hills (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 2, 2019) Farmington Hills, Canton, Roseville, MI- Scramblers is an amazing place for breakfast/brunch, with such high quality food and family-style feel that it’s hard to believe they are a franchise.  In Metro Detroit there are three locations – Canton, Farmington Hills, […]

New Data Shows Education Levels, Income, & More by City

December 23rd 2018

New Data Shows Education Levels, Income, & More by City (Kurt Metzger, Dec. 23, 2018) Oakland County, MI- Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau clearly demonstrate the wide social and economic diversity that exists across communities in Oakland County. Utilizing data collected by the American Community Survey over the 2013-2017 period, I have […]

Public Asked to Keep Eyes Open for Stolen Train-Shaped Smoker and Trailer

December 15th 2018

Public Asked to Keep Eyes Open for Stolen Train-Shaped Smoker and Trailer (Farmington Hills Police, Dec. 15, 2018) Farmington Hills, MI- The Farmington Hills Police Department is asking the public for assistance in locating a stolen trailer.  The trailer was taken from the rear of 32418 Northwestern Highway sometime during the night of November 24, […]

Oakland County Creates Interactive Holiday Light Map

December 13th 2018

Oakland County Creates Interactive Holiday Light Map (Oakland County Blog, Dec. 13, 2018) Celebrate the season with a tour of holiday light displays in and around Oakland County! Show off your decorated property or visit one of the many holiday light displays using the 2nd annual Oakland County Holiday Lights Map. Use the map below to […]

Former Chief Shares Why Youth Assistance Matters as Org. Celebrates 65 years

December 2nd 2018

Former Chief Shares Why Youth Assistance Matters as Org. Celebrates 65 years (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 2, 2018) Oakland County, MI – Recently-retired Auburn Hills Police Chief Doreen Olko has seen firsthand what happens when kids are exposed to violence, poverty, or neglect.  Often when young people find themselves in trouble with the law, it […]

Farmington Police Warn Against “Porch Pirates”

November 30th 2018

  Farmington Police Warn Against “Porch Pirates” (Farmington Police, Nov. 30, 2018) Farmington, MI – The Farmington Public Safety Department issued an alert Friday with the subject “porch pirates,” stating: “The city of Farmington Public Safety recently took a report of a white teen male wearing a green jacket , black pants, and with a […]

Introducing: Reporter Food Index, City by City

November 29th 2018

  Introducing: Reporter Food Index, City by City (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 29, 2018) Oakland County, MI – Oakland County Times has been on a mission to try as many restaurants throughout our great county as possible. These “Reporter Food” columns have evolved over time to become one of our most popular ongoing features. Scroll […]