Madison Hts.

Planned Power Outage in Madison Heights May 18

May 12th 2020

DTE has a planned power outage for Monday, May 18 at 9:30 am to accommodate an MDOT project in the area that is requiring this 2-hour shutdown

MIOSHA Has Small Business Grants Available for Safety and Health Needs

May 11th 2020

The goal of the program is to create a safer and healthier work environment and reduce the risk of injury and illness to workers in Michigan.

Twins, Triplets and More: Here’s Where Moms of Multiples Support Each Other

May 9th 2020

“They’re different kids, and they do different things. And the world sees them as twins.”

From Wixom to Huntington Woods: Census Response Rates So Far

May 9th 2020

Twenty-six Oakland County cities and villages have exceeded 70 percent, with Huntington Woods (still leading the country) on top at 89.1 percent, followed closely by Pleasant Ridge.

Governor Extends Stay Home, Stay Safe Order, Allows Some Workers to Return May 11

May 9th 2020

The governor’s order will allow manufacturing workers, including those at Michigan’s Big 3 auto companies, to resume work on Monday

Events and Activities in Madison Heights Cancelled Through Labor Day

May 7th 2020

Madison Heights is announcing the cancellation of all events and recreation programs through Labor Day in order to protect public health during the COVID-19 virus outbreak.

Royal Oak Commissioner/County Commission Candidate Kim Gibbs Caught Stealing

May 6th 2020

“A combination of many external factors led to me taking items from the Meijer store without paying for all of them.”

Madison Heights Fundraiser for Small Businesses has Matching Funds Available

May 5th 2020

Main Street Oakland County and the Madison Heights Downtown Development Authority are matching your contributions up to  $10,000.

2020 Candidate Interview: Karen McDonald for Oakland Co. Prosecutor

May 4th 2020

In the Aug. 4 Democratic Primary voters in Oakland County will chose between incumbent  Jessica Cooper and challenger Karen McDonald for Oakland County Prosecutor. 

Construction and Real Estate Business to Resume, with Safety Measures

May 3rd 2020

The construction industry is entrenched in a culture of safety, and as we return to work, we are developing and implementing new best practices that further emphasize the well-being of our workers and Michigan’s citizens.”