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2019 Candidate Interview: Huntington Woods Commissioner Michelle Elder

August 18th 2019

Huntington Woods Commissioner Michelle Elder is running to retain her seat in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.  She was appointed earlier this year.

Lake Orion DDA’s Pam Belding Leaves to Pursue Writing Career

August 18th 2019

My decision to resign was made knowing I’m leaving Lake Orion in their very capable hands.

Rochester Hills Mayor Leading Mayors Nationwide

August 18th 2019

  “We’ve found that just about every city – no matter the size – is working on those three areas,” he said.

2019 Dream Cruise Brings Lots of People, and Cars, to Woodward

August 17th 2019

The annual Woodward Dream Cruise officially kicked off Friday evening in Downtown Ferndale with a ribbon cutting and a Lights and Sirens parade

Vendors Step Up with $4,300 in School Supplies for Teachers

August 17th 2019

“I thought we’d buy enough for a couple classrooms,” Noonchester said.  “I put it out on Facebook, in the Fabulous Ferndale Forum, asking for teachers in need.

Birmingham Removes Boutros from Ballot, HP and Farmington Hills Candidates Weigh Options

August 17th 2019

Boutros was one of at least three candidates in local races in Oakland County that was disqualified based on issues with their Affidavit of Identity forms.

Ferndale Mayor Dave Coulter Appointed County Executive

August 16th 2019

Dave Coulter has been appointed County Executive pending his resignation as Mayor of Ferndale

Health Division Warns: Algal Blooms in Lakes Could Cause Rash, Other Reactions

August 16th 2019

Some blooms are harmless, but some contain blooming toxic organisms. These toxins can produce conditions harmful to humans, pets, and aquatic life.

2019 Candidates Field Questions from Ferndale Seniors (video)

August 15th 2019

Topics included addressing the needs of seniors, thoughts about bike lanes and trains, maintaining the character of the city….

Disqualified Candidates Get Different Results…

August 15th 2019

In Hazel Park and Farmington Hills, the cities complied.  But in Birmingham, officials said the candidate’s name should stay.