Oak Park

Goals, Compromise, and Ethics Part of MTA Training for Elected Officials

February 17th 2019

Goals, Compromise, and Ethics Part of MTA Training for Elected Officials (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 17, 2019) Okemos, MI – When a room full of elected officials from townships around the state were asked how many of their boards do annual or bi-annual goal-setting, only a couple raised their hands. The question was asked at […]

Reporter Food: Omelettes at Coolidge Cafe

February 16th 2019

Reporter Food: Omelettes at Coolidge Cafe (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 16, 2019) Oak Park, MI – There are over 30 omelette options on the menu at Coolidge Cafe in Oak Park. In addition to this variety, there is a build-your-own option.  My friend did this and had hers made with ham, mushroom, and veggies. I […]

Oakland County Electeds Respond to Governor’s State of the State Speech

February 13th 2019

Oakland County Electeds Respond to Governor’s State of the State Speech (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 13, 2019) Lansing, MI- The Capitol was bustling as Senators and Representatives from around the state and their guests gathered to hear Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s first State of the State address. In the hour before the speech, guests mingled in […]

Now is the Time to Apply for Summer Jobs through Oakland County

February 4th 2019

Now is the Time to Apply for Summer Jobs through Oakland County (Oakland County, Feb. 4, 2019) Pontiac, MI- Searching for a new and rewarding #career opportunity? Take a look at Oakland County, Michigan Government’s latest #jobs board for all of #OaklandCounty’s part and full-time positions. Apply online today at http://ow.ly/qkgl30mM3WL or call 248-858-0530.  Summer […]

Survivors of Violence Need Not Leave Beloved Pets Behind

February 1st 2019

Survivors of Violence Need Not Leave Beloved Pets Behind (Lara Mossa, Feb. 2, 2019) PONTIAC, MI – It was 2001. Dr. Tracy Thompson knew she had to do something. Thompson had only the clothes on her back and a hastily-packed suitcase when she left her husband. He had tried to hold her against her will […]

A FAB way to help fill the gap for Ferndale Schools Fine Arts, Drawing Saturday

February 1st 2019

A FAB way to help fill the gap for Ferndale Schools Fine Arts, Drawing Saturday (Amy Butters, Ferndale Schools parent and FAB member, Feb. 1, 2019) Ferndale, MI- When I was in college, my mom used to randomly send me a little money. I had a small income from my campus job, but she just […]

Reporter Food: Steak Tacos at Buena Fe

January 31st 2019

Reporter Food: Steak Tacos at Buena Fe (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 31, 2019) Oak Park, MI – Oak Parkers have a relatively new option for Mexican and Salvadorian cuisine with the opening of Buena Fe at 10116 W Nine Mile Rd, located next door to Primo’s Pizza.  I finally had a chance to give it […]

Oak Park Residents Share Smiles and S’Mores at Winterfest

January 29th 2019

Oak Park Residents Share Smiles and S’Mores at Winterfest (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 29, 2019) Oak Park, MI – Oak Park resident Nicole Hicks and a horse-drawn buggy full of children – Abury, Devonte, Penelope, Madison and Khalii – rode through the little patch of woods behind Oak Park Recreation Center, taking in the sights […]

Oak Park Winter Fest Jan. 27

January 22nd 2019

Oak Park Winter Fest Jan. 27 Oak Park, MI – Join us for Winter Fest 2019! WHERE: Oak Park Community Center 14300 Oak Park Blvd Oak Park, MI 48237 WHEN: Sunday, January 27, 2019 1pm – 4pm   Free admission, free activities, free parking. The Oak Park Ice Arena will be open. There will be […]

Ferndale Youth Assistance Sees Success in Supporting Kids

January 21st 2019

Ferndale Youth Assistance Sees Success in Supporting Kids (Jack Higgins, Jan. 21, 2019) Ferndale, Oak Park, Royal Oak Township, MI- In 1953, Dr. Wilfred D. Webb, former superintendent of Hazel Park schools, teamed up with Judge Eugene A. Moore, of the Oakland County Probate Court and the Sixth Circuit Court Family Division, to found Youth […]