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Dec 7, 8 & 9 – Oakland County Mental Health Counseling & Resource Events

December 6th 2021

The Oakland Cares Mental Health Counseling & Resource Events will be in various locations to make it accessible to residents throughout the county.

Older Driver Safety Awareness Week Tips and Resources

December 6th 2021

SEMCOG’s Regional Forecast projects that the number of people age 65 and older will grow substantially, by 67% from 2015 to 2045.

42 Nonprofits Awarded Mental Health and Well-being Grants

December 6th 2021

“These organizations that provide mental health services to our residents are extremely valuable to our communities, and we were glad to have an opportunity to offer them this support.”

Minimum Wage Goes Up In Michigan Starting Jan. 1

December 2nd 2021

Michigan’s Improved Workforce Opportunity Wage Act of 2018 establishes the annual schedule and increases.

Several Oakland County School Districts Closed Thursday Due to Threats

December 1st 2021

Several Metro Detroit area school districts have opted to close school on Thursday, with some closing Friday as well.

Small Business Saturday is Nov. 27

November 25th 2021

Take a look at some of the holiday activities running through November and December at: OakGov.com/ShopSmall

Take Care of Your Yard with Fall Cleanup Tips from ReLeaf Michigan

November 24th 2021

Here at ReLeaf Michigan, we know autumn is a time for football, apple cider, and corn mazes; but it’s also a great time to assess your home landscaping needs and to prepare your yard for winter!

MML #2 – Beyond Diversity: Understanding and Leveraging Inclusion

November 22nd 2021

“Diversity without inclusion is just for optics,” said Steve Robbins of Steve Robbins and Associates.  “You gotta do the Inclusion piece before you can leverage the value of diversity.”

Oakland County Adds COVID Vaccine Booster Appointments

November 22nd 2021

Oakland County Health Division has added booster dose appointments to its community and school-based COVID-19 vaccine clinics in response to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention approving the Pfizer and Moderna booster doses for all adults 18 years old and older.

Madison Heights Mourns Loss of Councilperson Bob Gettings

November 20th 2021

From his time in the City’s Recreation Department to his time on City Council, his life was dedicated to public service and making Madison Heights a better place to live.