Ferndale

Rock Thrown Through Resident’s Window in Ferndale

September 12th 2020

“This isn’t the first time a suspect has attacked her house.”

Sept. 16 – Discussion on Ferndale Schools Racism as Health Crisis Resolution

September 11th 2020

Ferndale Inclusion Network will be hosting an event to examine and discuss the recent Resolution of Racism as a Public Health Crisis passed by the Ferndale School District.

Sept. 16 – Ferndale Library’s New Virtual “Cookbook Club”

September 11th 2020

The inaugural meet-up of the Ferndale Library’s Cookbook Club will be on Wednesday, September 16, at 7 pm, featuring Priya Krishna’s Indian-Ish: Recipes and Antics from a Modern American Family. 

Election Analysis: Rejected Absentee Ballots, & How to Prevent Them in November

September 11th 2020

Oakland County had a slightly higher rejection rate of 1.7 percent of their total 261,890 absentee ballots.

Here’s How to Nominate a School Support Staffer for Statewide Award

September 10th 2020

Nominees must, at a minimum, demonstrate excellence in the following areas: (A) Work performance; (B) School and community involvement; (C) Leadership and commitment; (D) Local support (from co-workers, school administrators, community members, etc., who speak to the nominee’s exemplary work); (E) Enhancement of classified school employees’ image in the community and schools. 

Oakland County Offering Free Advanced Manufacturing Training

September 10th 2020

People looking for a fresh start as the economy continues to open up in our state can take advantage of these two programs, which are free to eligible participants

2020 Candidate Interview: Kristy Schlak for Hazel Park School Board

September 10th 2020

In the race for Hazel Park School Board there are eight candidates running for four seats. The positions have a four year term.

2020 Candidate Interview:  E. Wadsworth Sherrod for OCC Board of Trustees

September 10th 2020

Voters throughout Oakland County have the opportunity to select two Trustees for the Oakland Community College Board. 

Michigan Governor Clarifies Rules for Face Masks During Sports

September 9th 2020

Last week, the governor signed Executive Order 2020-176 reopening Michigan’s gyms and pools in those regions where they remain closed and allowing for organized sports practices and competitions to resume in those regions where they remain restricted, subject to strict protections meant to limit spread of the virus.

OCHN Grant Helps Support Youth Mobile Crisis Team

September 8th 2020

The Youth Mobile Crisis Team helps children, teens, and young adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis.