Ferndale

Sept. 1 – Ferndale Police Street Corner Round Table

August 29th 2020

This is your opportunity to ask questions, voice concerns, and provide feedback in a relaxed round table, socially distanced, setting.

Crowd Lending Campaign Raising Funds for Ferndale CatFe Expansion

August 27th 2020

The Ferndale Cat Shelter is looking to grow into their recently expanded space, and is asking people to invest through a KIVA campaign

Local Courts Promoting Eviction Diversion Program and Other Resources

August 26th 2020

Courts across the state, including the 45th and 43rd in SE Oakland County are helping to spread the word about the program by providing fliers to those interact with the courts.

Up to $20,000 Available Through DNR Community Forestry Grant Program

August 26th 2020

Up to $20,000 is available for projects such as: 

Tree inventories and management plans.
Urban forest master plans or strategic plans. 
Tree maintenance connected to strategic activities in a plan or tree inventory. 
Community outreach or local staff training. 
Tree ordinance review and development.

Ferndale Police Go Curbside with Community Chats

August 21st 2020

“Our Police Department wants to nurture relationships with our residents, and the Curbside chats are one way to get to know our PD.”

Aug. 22 – FernCare Yard Sale Encore at Blumz

August 21st 2020

Saturday, Aug. 22 from 9 am to 4pm at 503 E. 9 Mile. 

Recall Issued on ALDI Peaches

August 20th 2020

As a precautionary measure, ALDI is voluntarily recalling assorted peaches received from its supplier, Wawona Packing Company

Birmingham Republican Reclaims Sign as Confederate Flag Spurs Reactions in Ferndale

August 20th 2020

A Ferndale woman’s Confederate flag has neighbors upset, and the signs on her yard placed with it prompted a political candidate from Birmingham to come and take his sign back.

Candidate Interviews ~  Nov. 3, 2020 Election

August 18th 2020

Each year Oakland County Times gives candidates for any office voted on in Oakland County the opportunity to do a video interview. This is a huge undertaking, and we post new videos as we can right up until the election. So please check back often and be patient.

County-Wide Millage to Go on Nov. Ballot for Parks and Recreation

August 16th 2020

“For the first time in our 54-year existence, we’re asking for an increase so we can provide more high quality parks, programs and services to the citizens of Oakland County,” OCPR Executive Officer Dan Stencil said.