Ferndale

Governor Clarifies Mask Requirements with Executive Order and $500 Fines

July 10th 2020

Governor Whitmer signed this executive order in response to rising COVID-19 cases in Michigan and across the country. 

Oakland County Hosting COVID-Prevention Art and Video Contests for Kids and Adults

July 9th 2020

Artists may submit a video or 2-D artwork showcasing COVID-19 safety by wearing a facial mask or practicing social distancing

Ferndale Student’s Book Weaves Personal Experiences with Mental Health Resources

July 9th 2020

  “What I want people to get from my book is I want them to learn self-love and self-worth and healthy attachments,” she said. “I want them to know it’s okay to talk about their problems.”

Video: Freeing Semi Truck from the Light Pole it Ran Over on 9 Mile Road in Ferndale

July 8th 2020

Ferndale Police and DPW acted quickly to help free a semi truck of the light pole that it had run over and dragged near 9 Mile and Hilton Wednesday afternoon.

2020 Candidate Interview: Patrick Wilson for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds

July 7th 2020

On the Republican side voters will chose between Tina Barton and Patrick Wilson.

Rent, Mortgage and Utility Relief Grants Available for Oakland County Residents

July 6th 2020

The county Board of Commissioners approved a $5 million allocation from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act last week to fund the program. An additional $3.1 million comes from the federal community development block grants.

Five LGBT Organizations Get CFSEM Grants

July 6th 2020

“It was particularly important in these times to be able to proactively support these groups and provide general operating support so that organizations can allocate resources the way they see fit.

2020 Candidate Interview: Lisa Brown for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds

July 5th 2020

In the race for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds, incumbent Lisa Brown, a Democrat, is unopposed in the primary.

Ferndale Pride Selling Shirts to Support LGBTQ Causes

July 4th 2020

Each year Foundation grants funds to local non-profits. Over the last 9 years, Foundation has distributed more than $200,000 to area organizations.

State Cautions: Boaters in Michigan Should be Aware of Water Levels and Debris

July 3rd 2020

Along the Great Lakes, erosion and storms have undermined docks, decks, stairs and trees and washed the debris away from the shoreline. On inland lakes, high water can inundate marinas, yards or public property, making it difficult to see structures in the water.