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Fairy Tales and Storybook Scenes Blossom at Meadow Brook’s Art in the Elements

September 23rd 2020

Visitors make a donation to support the upkeep of the home and the property, and they enjoy an enchanting stroll through the seemingly-magical forest.

Candidate Interview: Ryan Shiel for Holly Village Council (write in)

September 22nd 2020

Incumbent Ryan John Shiel is running as a write in.

Three Areas in Northern Oakland County to be Sprayed Tonight to Treat Mosquitoes

September 22nd 2020

“We have taken this action to protect Michiganders from this potentially dangerous mosquito-borne disease,” said Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, chief medical executive and chief deputy for health at MDHHS.

U of M Researchers Say Oakland County Economy Poised for Rebound

September 21st 2020

Oakland County’s workforce was severely impacted when unemployment in the county spiked at 19.5 percent in April and 19.3 percent in May. Ehrlich predicted the county’s unemployment rate for 2020 would improve dramatically to 9.1 percent for the year, with the rate nationally at 9.2 percent.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Adrienne Young for 6th Circuit Court Judge (Write-In)

September 19th 2020

In the race for 6th Circuit Court Judge, there are six incumbents running to retain their seats, plus one write-in candidate. 

2020 Candidate Interview:  Connor Nepomuceno for Oakland County Executive

September 18th 2020

In the race for Oakland County Executive there are three candidates. 

Village of Holly Hiring DDA Director and Part Time Receptionist/Clerk

September 15th 2020

Job descriptions, applications, and background check release can be found in the Employment section on the Village of Holly website.

Enhanced Notification Service Now Available for Crime Victims in Michigan

September 14th 2020

The enhanced MI-VINE service offers users innovative functionality, an improved user experience and expanded access to victim services.

Oakland County Among Those to Be Sprayed for Mosquitoes Due to EEE

September 14th 2020

Although the aerial treatment is considered necessary to reduce human risk, it will not eliminate it. Residents must continue to protect themselves from mosquito bites

Help Oakland County Times Reach Our Monthly Pledge Goal

September 13th 2020

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