Ferndale

Oakland County Times – October Stories and Successes

November 6th 2020

Thank you to everyone who was a part of Oakland County Times in October!  From those that supported the site financially, to those who shared ideas, pictures, press releases, events, and tips – this site is the result of the community working together.  Here are some of the good things you may have missed…

Renaissance Vineyard Accepting Food, Funding for Thanksgiving Baskets

November 6th 2020

To learn how to donate or receive assistance, go to the church website at www.renvc.com.

Reporter Food: Culantro in Downtown Ferndale

November 5th 2020

Finding a restaurant that is good for easy, healthy carryout items is a wonderful thing, and I’m happy to share what’s become one of my go-to dishes – the Aji de Gallina from Culantro in Downtown Ferndale.

Nov. 7 – RU Jobs Club Zoom Meeting

November 5th 2020

Our guest speakers are Cindy Miller (Speaker/Coach at The John Maxwell Team), and Serian Williams (Speaker/Founder of Next Level Life Coaching).

November – Oakland County Business, Workforce, and Finance Webinars

November 4th 2020

A great idea is just the first step along an entrepreneurial journey.

Voters Pick Four for Hazel Park School Board

November 4th 2020

Voters in the Hazel Park School District selected four members in Tuesday’s election.

CONSTRUCTION ALERT – Section of I-75 to Close for Weekend, Plus Ramp Closures

November 4th 2020

Follow I-75 modernization progress on the web at www.Modernize75.com, or follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Modernize75 or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/Modernize75.    

District Court Judges Elected Across Oakland County

November 4th 2020

Across Oakland County, voters elected District Court Judges in Tuesday’s election.

2020 Election Results (in progress)

November 3rd 2020

Oakland County Times will update Election Results here as we are able.

SOCRRA’s Advice on How to Recycle Halloween Decor 

November 3rd 2020

Remember that your pumpkins, hay bales, cornstalks, gourds, mums, potting soil, and other vegetation can be put in paper yard waste bags or cans with Yard Waste stickers and placed at the curb.