Ferndale

Students’ Environmental Art Featured on Water Resource Calendars

January 24th 2021

Calendars are available to order online at www.oakgov.com/water

Driver Turns Onto Tracks, Vehicle Struck by Train in Ferndale

January 23rd 2021

A vehicle was traveling northbound on Hilton and turned westbound onto the train tracks Saturday evening.

February Oakland County Workforce Webinars

January 22nd 2021

Here are the workforce webinars offered by Oakland County Michigan Works in February.

Indoor Dining Begins Feb. 1, With Limitations

January 22nd 2021

The order will allow for indoor dining at restaurants with certain requirements

Police Warn: Phone Scammers Claim to be From DTE

January 22nd 2021

If you suspect the call may be fraudulent, hang up and call DTE at their toll-free number 800-477-4747. Ask to be connected to a customer service representative and explain to them what occurred.

74 Oakland County Businesses Receiving Going PRO Grants

January 21st 2021

“This funding is critical to companies rebounding from the pandemic and preparing their workforces for tomorrow,” Oakland County Executive David Coulter said.

Proposed Raymond E. Shepherd House Aiming for Low Income LGBTQ Seniors

January 21st 2021

Several leaders in the LGBTQ community and housing advocates joined in the Planning Commission on Wednesday via Zoom to express support for the project.

Hungry? Here are 150+ Restaurants We’ve Tried in Oakland County

January 20th 2021

Please consider checking out new places, trying new things, and supporting local restaurants.

Applications Open for Michigan Small Business Survival Grant Program

January 19th 2021

In an effort to continue to support small businesses, the Michigan Small Business Survival Grant Program will provide funding to eligible small businesses disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

Entertainment Venues Can Apply for Michigan Stages Survival Grant Program

January 19th 2021

The Michigan Stages Survival Grant Program will provide a total of $3.5 million in one-time grants of up to $40,000 to eligible entertainment and live music venues throughout Michigan