Jan 21 – Psychic Self-Care Party at Boston Tea Room to Benefit Ferndale Pride  

December 27th 2021

Join us for an exclusive night of after-hours psychic readings, shopping, and fun at Boston Tea Room in Downtown Ferndale to benefit Ferndale Pride.

Produce Recall Includes Dole and Kroger Brand Salads and More

December 27th 2021

Dole Fresh Vegetables is coordinating closely with regulatory officials.

Hey Rudolph!  Here are Our Top 7 Stories about Deer

December 25th 2021

Over the years, Oakland County Times has done some enDEERing stories about our woodland friends

Ferndale Elks Spread Holiday Cheer and Support

December 23rd 2021

Our objective is to ease a burden even for one day and to put a smile on someone’s face. 

Ferndale Residents Can Request Luminaries for New Year “Light and Hope”

December 20th 2021

We ask you to decorate their luminaries, write wishes, hopes or prayers for the New Year on them.

Check Out the 2021 Ferndale Holiday Lights Map

December 19th 2021

The Ferndale Beautification Commission has set up an online map for holiday decorated houses.

Which Window Should Win? Vote for Downtown Ferndale’s Best in Snow

December 18th 2021

Over 20 shops and restaurants in Downtown Ferndale are competing for the Best in Snow award, honoring the most popular window decoration for the holiday season.

Funding Available for Childcare for Eligible Oakland County Families

December 18th 2021

“We know one of the greatest obstacles for people returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic is affordable childcare,” said Oakland County Executive David Coulter. 

Richard Oldacre Named Oakland Community Health Network Chief Operating Officer

December 18th 2021

Oldacre’s expertise in the behavioral and physical healthcare space compliments OCHN’s mission, vision, and values to ensure quality, integrated healthcare services to Oakland County residents supported by the public mental health system.

Omicron Variant of COVID Virus Confirmed in Oakland County

December 17th 2021

“Vaccination, masking and social distancing is strongly encouraged to help slow spread of Omicron and all COVID-19 viruses.”