Oak Park

Ten Years of Community Journalism: Where We Go From Here

June 10th 2019

Ten Years of Community Journalism: Where We Go From Here (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 9, 2019) Ferndale, MI – The Oakland County Times began a decade ago with the launch of The Ferndale One-Fifteen News.  This online magazine came out on the first and fifteenth of each month for a couple of years before making […]

Tales from the Oak Park Police Impound Auction

June 9th 2019

Tales from the Oak Park Police Impound Auction (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 9, 2019) Oak Park, MI- A morning of auctioning off vehicles impounded by police is not what one might think. There is not a fast-talking auctioneer, or a showcase of fancy cars confiscated from drug dealers.  There are, however, sometimes deals to be […]

OC Times Info for 2019 Candidates

June 6th 2019

OC Times Info for 2019 Candidates (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 9, 2019) Each year Oakland County Times provides two opportunities to reach our readers and spread the word about your campaign – free candidate video interviews, as well as advertising opportunities. VIDEOS You can see previous videos HERE. These are short, easy video interviews that […]

Readers Invited to Write Guest Posts About Local Clubs and Orgs.

June 3rd 2019

Readers Invited to Write Guest Posts About Local Clubs and Orgs. (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 3, 2019) Oakland County, MI- Oakland County Times is inviting readers to submit guest posts featuring a charity or community group that is meaningful to them and is located in Oakland County. We began this series in April, thanks to […]

Reporter Food: Front Page Deli

June 2nd 2019

Reporter Food: Front Page Deli (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 25, 2019) Oak Park, MI – At the Front Page Deli in Oak Park, the sandwiches all have newspaper themed names. The “Breaking News” is spiral ham with melted American cheese and mustard on Rye. The “Front Page Burger” has corned beef, Cole Slaw, Swiss cheese […]

Fireworks Allowed Certain Days Due to Statewide Law

May 31st 2019

Fireworks Allowed Certain Days Due to Statewide Law (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 31, 2019) Lansing, MI – The number of days one can set off fireworks in Michigan has been reduced from 30 to about a dozen since Public Acts 633, 634, and 635 were signed into law at the end of 2018. This law […]

Fire Destroys Fitness Center/Warehouse in Oak Park

May 28th 2019

Fire Destroys Fitness Center/Warehouse in Oak Park (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 28, 2019) Oak Park, MI – A fire broke out Tuesday evening at a building that appears to house a fitness studio and a vinyl wrap warehouse.   13321 Northend Avenue, Oak Park, MI is listed as the address for Performance 80 Fitness Studio, and […]

June 2 – Oak Park Farmers Mini Market Celebration

May 28th 2019

June 2 – Oak Park Farmers Mini Market Celebration Oak Park, MI- To kick off our unofficial start to summer and inaugurate the second year of our Farmers Market, we’re partnering with the Oak Park Public Library and Oakland County Parks and Recreation to hold a Farmers Mini Market celebration! Attendees can get acquainted with […]

Performances and Points of Pride Pepper Annual Oak Park Speech

May 21st 2019

Performances and Points of Pride Pepper Annual Oak Park Speech (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 21, 2019) Oak Park, MI – Oak Park’s award-winning drumline rat-a-tat-tatted their way into the OPHS auditorium on May 1 to warm up the audience for the annual State of the City Address. Though the city is only 5.16 square miles, […]

July 4 – Oak Park Youth Assistance Pancake Breakfast, Parade, Fun in Park and More!

May 21st 2019

July 4 – Oak Park Youth Assistance Pancake Breakfast, Parade, Fun in Park and More! (Oak Park Mayor Marian McClellan) Oak Park, MI- Your Oak Park Youth Assistance Board is working hard upgrading our Independence Day Pancake Breakfast Extravaganza! Only $6 for adults, $2 for kids! As usual, it’s from 9:00 AM to 11:00 at […]