Farmington/Farmington Hills

Orchard Lake Road Reconstruction Public Meeting March 28

March 24th 2017

Orchard Lake Road Reconstruction Public Meeting March 28 (EVENT page) Beverly Hills, MI — The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) will host a public information meeting Tuesday, March 28, for the planned 2017 reconstruction of Orchard Lake Road between Northwestern Highway and Maple Road in West Bloomfield Township. The public meeting is from 4 […]

DTE Working on Power Restoration, Warming Centers Available

March 11th 2017

DTE Working on Power Restoration, Warming Centers Available (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 11, 2017) Oakland County, MI – 250,000 people in DTE’s service area remain without power as of 3am Saturday after wind storms knocked down power lines through the area. According to the DTE website, “DTE’s restoration teams are fully mobilized and working 24/7 […]

County Commissioners Sworn In

January 11th 2017

County Commissioners Sworn In (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 11, 2017) Pontiac, MI – The Oakland County Board of Commissioners made their official start to the 2017-2018 term with a swearing in ceremony Wednesday night at the County Commission building in Pontiac.  Nineteen of the Commissioners were incumbents that had been re-elected.  Two new Commissioners took […]

Resources for Homeless and those in Need 2016

December 11th 2016

Resources for Homeless and those in Need 2016 (Royal Oak Library and Oakland County 115 News, Dec. 11, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – Each year the Royal Oak Library compiles a list of resources for homeless and needy people in the area.  The following is the list they put together plus resources found by oc115.  […]

Stuff to Know When it Snows

December 11th 2016

Stuff to Know When it Snows (C. Proxmire, Dec. 11, 2016) Did you wake up to find your neighborhood covered over with a layer of sparkly white frozen precipitation and a Facebook feed full of various warnings, advisories, and complaints? Though it can be disconcerting, don’t worry. It’s called snow, and it’s something we’ve dealt […]

Re-Stores Opening in Pontiac and Farmington to benefit Habitat for Humanity

December 6th 2016

Re-Stores Opening in Pontiac and Farmington to benefit Habitat for Humanity (Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County) Pontiac, MI –  Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County has assumed ownership of two ReStore locations – home improvement outlets – in Farmington and Pontiac, which sell furniture, cabinets, appliances, paint and other such home improvement supplies.   All […]

Missing Farmington Hills Woman Last Seen in Southfield

December 4th 2016

Missing Farmington Hills Woman Last Seen in Southfield (Farmington Hills Police, Dec. 4, 2016) Farmington Hills, MI – The Farmington Hills Police Department is currently investigating a report of a missing Farmington Hills resident.  The missing person is Danielle Stislicki, a 28-year-old white female, brown wavy medium length hair, 5’5”, 123 lbs. Danielle was last […]

Parties Seeking Volunteers to Observe Presidential Recount

December 4th 2016

Parties Seeking Volunteers to Observe Presidential Recount (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 4, 2016) Bloomfield Hills, MI – As the legal issues surrounding the Presidential ballot recount continue to play out in court, Oakland County Republicans, Democrats, and Greens are recruiting volunteers to observe the recounts, which could start as early as Monday. Green Party Candidate […]

15 Reasons to Support Oakland County 115 News

November 30th 2016

15 Reasons to Support Oakland County 115 News (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 1, 2016) Ferndale, MI – The Oakland County 115 News started in 2009 with just one city.  In the past seven years we have grown in many ways that help keep readers “informed, inspired, and united.” Here are some of the good things […]

Work Requirements for Food Assistance Reinstated in Oakland and Other Counties

November 30th 2016

Work Requirements for Food Assistance Reinstated in Oakland and Other Counties (MDHHS, Nov. 30 2016)   LANSING, MI – Able-bodied adults without dependents in four Michigan counties will be required by the federal government to meet work requirements that have been waived for more than a decade to continue receiving food assistance benefits. The Michigan […]

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