Oak Park

CSI Oak Park: Residents See How Police Work Gets Done

March 26th 2018

CSI Oak Park: Residents See How Police Work Gets Done (Drew Saunders, March 26, 2018) Oak Park, MI – So many people showed up for the CSI Fundamentals tour at the Oak Park City Public Safety Office Wednesday evening, that they had to split the nearly four dozen attendees into two separate groups. “Resident outreach […]

Oak Park Student Arrested for Threats of School Violence

March 23rd 2018

Oak Park Student Arrested for Threats of School Violence (City of Oak Park, March 23, 2018)   Oak Park, MI – Oak Park Public Safety arrested a 14-year-old Oak Park School District student in connection with threats of school violence involving several schools within the Oak Park School District. On Tuesday, March 20, Public Safety […]

Oakland County Schools Impacted by Threats of Violence

March 22nd 2018

Oakland County Schools Impacted by Threats of Violence (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 22, 2018) Oak Park, Ferndale, Royal Oak, Novi, Farmington, Holly West Bloomfield, Hazel Park, Birmingham, South Lyon, MI- In the wake of the Valentine’s Day shooting deaths in Parkland, Florida, the nation has seen a rise of threats made against schools, mainly online.  […]

Crime Scene Investigation Presentation March 21

March 15th 2018

Crime Scene Investigation Presentation March 21 Oak Park, MI – Wednesday, March 21 6:15 p.m. Oak Park Public Library, 14300 Oak Park Blvd, Oak Park, MI 48237. Are you a true crime fan? Come discover what it’s like to really work a crime scene.  Program is presented by the Oak Park Public Safety Department Evidence […]

Ferndale Students Walk Out to Remember 17 Lives Lost in Florida School Shooting

March 15th 2018

Ferndale Students Walk Out to Remember 17 Lives Lost in Florida School Shooting (Cheryl Weiss, March 15, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Over 400 students streamed outside from all directions into the courtyard at Ferndale Middle School and Ferndale High School at 9:55am on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 to join the national #ENOUGH National School Walkout.  […]

MML#1: Officials Learn Basics of Being a Good Public Servant

March 6th 2018

MML#1: Officials Learn Basics of Being a Good Public Servant (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 6, 2018) Frankenmuth, MI – For Bob Slattery, former Mayor of Mt. Morris, a life of public service is “the perfect life.” And as a past President of Michigan Municipal League and an ongoing educator for elected officials, he’s been able […]

Oak Park Now Enrolling for Citizens Academy in May

March 3rd 2018

Oak Park Now Enrolling for Citizens Academy in May (City of Oak Park, March 3, 2018) Oak Park, MI – Did you ever wonder how police officers process fingerprints? How to tell a real gun from a knockoff? How heavy a fire house can be? How evidence technicians process a crime scene? If so, you […]

Woodward Avenue Resurfacing to Begin in April

March 2nd 2018

Woodward Avenue Resurfacing to Begin in April Birmingham, MI – The Michigan   Department of Transportation (MDOT) will host a public meeting to discuss the   M-1 (Woodward Avenue) resurfacing project set for this year between 14 Mile   Road and Quarton Road/Big Beaver Road. Work includes replacing asphalt, improving   sidewalk ramps, and modernizing […]

Oak Park State of the City Address March 14

February 27th 2018

Oak Park State of the City Address March 14 Oak Park, MI – From Oak Park Mayor Marian McClellan: You are cordially invited to join me, my colleagues on City Council, and City Manager Erik Tungate on Wednesday, March 14 for the City’s annual State of the City address. We’ll begin the evening with a […]

Love & Sliders: Three Cities of White Castle’s Valentine’s Day Tradition

February 17th 2018

Love & Sliders: Three Cities of White Castle’s Valentine’s Day Tradition (Sam Gurwin, Feb. 17, 2018) Royal Oak, Oak Park, Ferndale, MI -Even in this fast paced world there is time for great food….and romance as mentioned by Regional Director of White Castle for the Detroit Region, Mason Wolf. A 30 year tradition featuring White […]