Ferndale

County Commission to Consider $32 Million Allocation of CARES Funds for Small Business Grants

June 16th 2020

Oakland County Executive David Coulter today said he will seek $32 million to help retail stores, restaurants and personal service businesses such as salons and fitness centers that were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Arts & Cultural Commission Launches Ferndale Art Census 2020

June 14th 2020

The Ferndale Arts and Cultural Commission (FACC) announces the launch of the “Ferndale Art Census 2020” to connect the intersection points of the arts with business, government, and community. 

Deadline Approaching for Matching Funds in Downtown Business Crowdfunding Campaigns

June 11th 2020

Deadlines for each community vary. Check out all the campaigns at patronicity.com/MSOC.

Ferndale Restaurant Scene Revs Cautiously Back Up

June 10th 2020

But as the state lifts restrictions, the taste for more than take-out is growing again among customers who want a break from social isolation.

Clerks Come Together for Oakland County Safe, Healthy and Secure Elections Advisory Council

June 10th 2020

We want to make sure all votes get counted, and elections can be held fairly and safely in 2020.

Author Jack Cheng Does Zoom Writing Workshop with Ferndale Students

June 10th 2020

I love that he cultivated the kids’ creativity with all of their wacky ideas and fun plot suggestions.

Hundreds March for Justice in Downtown Ferndale

June 7th 2020

The march went through Downtown Ferndale, and ended with a rally in Geary Park.

Administration’s COVID Response, Based on Core Values, Has Ferndale Setting the Example

June 5th 2020

Before diving into the decisions, the City Manager shared how important it was that the City’s values be at the core of every decision made, even in times of emergency.

MOGO is Here: Bike Rentals in Ferndale, Royal Oak…

June 4th 2020

In addition to expanding its service, MoGo also announced changes to its passes and pricing, making bike share easier and more convenient

Madison Heights Mayor Brian Hartwell Appointed to Hazel Park Judge Position

June 3rd 2020

Brian Hartwell will be resigning as Mayor in order to accept an appointment by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to be a Judge in the 43rd District Court.