Farmington/Farmington Hills

Listening and Believing: HAVEN’s Recommendations for How to Help 

December 29th 2019

The recommended response to reports of violence is not necessarily what people might expect, and in fact surprised many of the women in the roo

Fire Chiefs Donate $900 to Great Lakes Burn Camp

December 26th 2019

This donation will provide the funding necessary to send two burn-injured children to camp.

North Farmington High Put on Lockdown after Social Media Threat

December 2nd 2019

A North parent and several North students brought to our attention, as well as to the attention of the police, that there was a social media posting making a threat to school safety for today.

What are People in Oakland County Thankful For?

November 28th 2019

We asked people across Oakland County what they are grateful for this Thanksgiving. Here are some of the many great things people shared…

Police Body Cams in Oakland County…

November 25th 2019

Body cameras are one solution that’s gotten a lot of attention.  It’s also one that comes with both benefits and challenges. Roll out of the technology in Oakland County has been happening in patches.

Person Shot in Parking Lot of Lush Hookah Lounge in Farmington Hills

November 12th 2019

Early investigation indicates that a dispute occurred between a group of people that ended in gunfire.  

After the Election, Let’s Uplift Local Journalism

November 6th 2019

I am now asking everyone who understands the value of local elections to consider sharing some of their time and efforts in helping make Oakland County Times an even better resource for the community. 

Video Interviews with Farmington Hills Candidates

November 2nd 2019

There are three seats available for City Council. Candidates are: Jackie Boleware, T.R. Carr, Danette Duron-Willner, Kenneth D. Massey, Mary Newlin, and Theresa Rich who is running as a write-in.

Donate Candy to Treats for Troops at Sheriff’s Dept. Locations Through Nov. 5

November 1st 2019

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting individually wrapped, non-chocolate candy as part of its 10th annual “Treats for Troops” collection to send thanks, encouragement, and sweets to our troops overseas.

County Executive Dave Coulter Will Seek Seat in 2020

October 31st 2019

Coulter talked about his plans for improving access to healthcare services, uplifting the diversity of Oakland County, and focusing on the County’s reputation for being on the cutting-edge of technology and services while making sure all parts of the county have opportunities to prosper.