Ferndale

Ferndale Group Encourages People to Take Implicit Bias Test

February 5th 2018

Ferndale Group Encourages People to Take Implicit Bias Test (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 5, 2018) Ferndale, MI  – A Ferndale Group dedicated to fairness and equality is introducing the community to a test that can help people uncover unconscious biases. The Ferndale Inclusion Network, which has its roots in Citizens for Fair Ferndale, has been […]

15 Things to Love at Blumz

February 3rd 2018

15 Things to Love at Blumz (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 3, 2018) Ferndale, Holly, Detroit, MI – With Valentine’s Day coming up, I took a look around Blumz by J.R. Designs in Holly to find 15 things to love that might inspire others. Blumz is a long time advertiser of Oakland County Times and it’s […]

35 Year Old Gift Shares Eagle Pride, Friendship Between Two Ferndales

February 2nd 2018

35 Year Old Gift Shares Eagle Pride, and Friendship Between Two Ferndales (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 2, 2018) Ferndale, MI -While cleaning out a closet, Ferndale Schools administrators found a hand-carved wooden eagle plaque that was a gift sent in 1983 from the Golden Eagles of Ferndale, Washington. The inscription says the plaque was sent […]

Ferndale Daddy Daughter Dance Feb. 10

February 2nd 2018

Ferndale Daddy Daughter Dance Feb. 10 Ferndale, MI- “EVERY GIRL IS A WONDER WOMAN” When:  Saturday, February 10, 6–8:00 p.m. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. where: Ferndale High School | 881 Pinecrest featuring:  A live visit from Wonder Woman; DJ; printed couples  photo; fl ower, goodie bag, and light refreshments details: Girls ages 2–13 | […]

Blues Festival Wraps up with Party at Rosie’s Feb. 3

February 1st 2018

Blues Festival Wraps up with Party at Rosie’s Feb. 3 Ferndale, MI – On the last day of the Candle Wick Shoppe’s Ferndale Blues & Music Festival Rosie O’Grady’s will be hosting a free wrap up party. Starting at 10am the event will feature The Little Rascals feat. Greg Jaqua: A Tribute to Elvis Presley, […]

Ferndale Presents “Art of Networking” Panel March 7

January 31st 2018

Ferndale Presents “Art of Networking” Panel March 7 Ferndale, MI -The City of Ferndale has announced that it will partner with BUILD Institute to host an innovative new business development event: “Open City: The Art of Networking.” The dialogue and panel discussion—which focuses on creating connections and making lasting first impressions—will be held at Ferndale’s Rust […]

Want to Work at Comerica Park? Job Fair in Ferndale Feb. 5

January 31st 2018

Want to Work at Comerica Park? Job Fair in Ferndale Feb. 5 Ferndale, MI – Ferndale Michigan Works is partnering with Delaware North for a job fair. The Detroit Baseball Season at Comerica Park is gearing up! They’re hiring for the following positions: Stand Attendants – Food/Beverage Vendors – Retail Cashiers – Cooks – Line […]

Sketch Comedy Workshop with Kevin McDonald March 24-25

January 31st 2018

Sketch Comedy Workshop with Kevin McDonald March 24-25 Ferndale, MI – Kevin McDonald from Kids in the Hall is back to teach a 1-or-2-day workshop on sketch comedy writing through improv. Day one will be spent improvising and turning the scenes into full sketches. On day two, the sketches will be rehearsed, and performed in […]

State Rep. Wittenberg Sounds Horn on 1949 Law for Motorists, Introduces Repeal

January 30th 2018

State Rep. Wittenberg Sounds Horn on 1949 Law for Motorists, Introduces Repeal (Rep. Robert Wittenberg, Jan. 30, 2018) Huntington Woods, MI – House Bill 5504, introduced today by state Rep. Robert Wittenberg (D-Huntington Woods), heralds a change to an archaic 1949 law encouraging drivers to toot a horn or give another audible sign when they […]

Ferndale Michigan Works Office Closure Announced

January 26th 2018

Ferndale Michigan Works Office Closure Announced (Oakland County, Jan. 26, 2018) Ferndale, MI -A $12.7 million reduction in federal and state funding in the past five years – coupled with projected future budget reductions – prompted the Oakland County Michigan Works! Agency to consolidate two of its eight service centers. The decision to close the […]