Ferndale

Nearly 800 Businesses Benefit from County Small Business Grants

April 27th 2020

Oakland County Executive David Coulter on Friday, April 24 announced that 797 small businesses in the county were awarded about $2.3 million in grants from the county’s small business stabilization fund.

To Protect Victims from Stalking & Harassment, PPOs in Michigan Extended

April 27th 2020

“Unfortunately, these victims are particularly vulnerable to stalking and harassment — which is why they sought protection in the first place,” Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said.

Governor Whitmer Extends Stay Home, Stay Safe Order

April 24th 2020

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed executive order 2020-59, extending her “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through May 15.

Ferndale Elks Bond w/ T-Rex Parades, Happy Hour Zooms, & Helping Others

April 21st 2020

So of course a parade of interesting creatures seemed like a good idea! 

Downtown Ferndale Businesses Can Access Free HR…

April 21st 2020

“With so much information flying around, it can be difficult to cut through the noise.”  

Court Order Extends Filing Deadline for Candidates, Reduces…

April 20th 2020

US District Court Judge Terrence Berg issued a court order that changes the April 21 filing deadline and rules for some candidates

Mike Kowall Announces Candidacy for Oakland County Executive

April 17th 2020

Mike Kowall, a Republican from White Lake, has filed to run for Oakland County Executive.

Councilperson Shares Love for Local Bands with “Ferndale Playlist”

April 17th 2020

Ferndale is a hot spot for musical creativity, so much so that City Councilperson Kat Bruner James has been growing a Spotify list to honor that spirit.

Cities Hope for Federal Funds, Adjust to Pivoted Roles, Layoffs…

April 16th 2020

“We’re used to doing more with less, but there is a limit to that,”

Coronavirus Crisis Complicates Ferndale’s DOT Parking Deck Project

April 14th 2020

“It’s not a question of if, it’s just when… We will get there.”