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Resource Day Showcases Over 40 Agencies…

November 26th 2016

Resource Day Showcases Over 40 Agencies for Housing, Health, Counseling and Other Services (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 26, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – Once a year the work that Leah McCall and others at Alliance for Housing of Oakland County do year-round gets laid out in an inspiring in-person kind of way.   The 40+ agencies […]

Mental Health First Aid Training by Oakland Schools Dec. 2

November 26th 2016

Mental Health First Aid Training by Oakland Schools Dec. 2 (EVENT page) Mental Health First Aid Training by Oakland Schools Dec. 2 in Holly Holly, MI – Parents, teachers, community members, school staff, church staff, first responders and any adults who are in contact with you are invited to a day-long “Youth Mental Health First […]

Holly Welcomes Holiday Season w/Light Parade, Tree Lighting & Awards

November 25th 2016

Holly Welcomes Holiday Season with Light Parade, Tree Lighting & Awards (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 25, 2016) Holly, MI – The rain did not stop Santa and Mrs. Claus from visiting the Village of Holly for the annual tree lighting ceremony on Friday.  Led by the Holly Bronchos Marching Band and a parade of lighted […]

Reporter Food: Holly Dogman Brat at Andy’s Place

November 25th 2016

Reporter Food: Holly Dogman Brat at Andy’s Place (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 25, 2016) Holly, MI – Andy’s Place located at 208 S. Broad Street in Downtown Holly,  is known for their burgers and beer. But something else they have is Holly Dogman Brautwurst.  I had mine served “traditional” style, with sauerkraut, sautéed onion on pretzel […]

As Holly Dickens Festival Approaches, Things to Know about the Author

November 24th 2016

As Dickens Festival Approaches, Things to Know about the Author (Crystal A. Proxmire, orig. Nov. 7, 2016) Holly, MI – Did you know that in all his life, Charles Dickens never missed a deadline except once? That he had an unusual fondness for prostitutes? Or that his family pet helped launch the career of a […]

15 Things: Vintage Farm House

November 23rd 2016

15 Delightful Things at The Vintage Farm House in Holly (Crystal A. Proxmire,  orig. Nov. 10, 2016) Holly, MI – Historic Downtown Holly is full of curious and delightful antique shops, resale shops, artist markets, and place for furniture and home décor. The Vintage Farm House at 310 S. Broadway is the newest addition to […]

Sabra Hummus Recalled

November 20th 2016

Sabra Hummus Recalled (FDA, Nov. 20, 2016)   Colonial Heights, VA – Sabra Dipping Co., LLC is voluntarily recalling certain hummus products made prior to November 8, 2016 due to concerns over Listeria monocytogenes, which was identified at the manufacturing facility but not in tested finished product. The recall includes the products listed below; these […]

Communities Share Ideas for Surviving Infrastructure Projects

November 17th 2016

Communities Share Ideas for Surviving Infrastructure Projects (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 17, 2016) Waterford, MI – Sometimes communities put a lot of planning into projects – like parking decks and road improvements – but forget that as these projects start, there are needs of the residents and businesses in the area that are impacted by […]

Two People Shot in Altercation in Holly – UPDATED

November 15th 2016

Two People Shot in Altercation in Holly -UPDATED (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 15, 2016) Holly, MI – An argument in a parking lot at Oakland Street just south of S. Sagniaw Street led to two people injured by gunfire. According Village Manager Jerry Walker, the incident happened around 8:45 Monday night. “An altercation occurred between […]

Road Commission Uses Humor to Remind People “Don’t Veer for Deer”

November 15th 2016

Road Commission Uses Humor to Remind People “Don’t Veer for Deer” (Oakland County Road Commission, Nov. 15, 2016) Michigan’s firearm deer season begins on Tuesday, Nov. 15, and the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) is using this event to push its “Don’t Veer for Deer” safety message. According to the Michigan Office of Highway […]