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State Warns Against Eating Fish in Areas of Oakland County and Others

August 6th 2018

State Warns Against Eating Fish in Areas of Oakland County and Others (MDHHS, Aug. 6, 2018) Lansing, MI -The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has issued an emergency ‘Do Not Eat’ fish advisory for all fish between the Huron River at Milford (Oakland County) to the Huron River at Base Line and […]

Aug. 7 Primary Candidate Interviews and Ballot Proposals

August 5th 2018

Aug. 7 Primary Candidate Interviews and Ballot Proposals Oakland County, MI- The Oakland County Times has a tradition of doing brief, introductory interviews with candidates for political offices. This gives all candidates a chance to talk about the issues that are important to them, and we welcome candidates from any political party. Some candidates did […]

Madison Chorale Seeking More Singers

August 5th 2018

Madison Chorale Seeking More Singers (Madison Chorale, Aug. 5, 2018) Madison Heights, MI- Check out The Madison Chorale! Beginning its new fall season on Tuesday, September 4. at 7:00 pm! Practice is until 8:30 pm every Tuesday night at Wilkinson Middle School located at 26524 John R Road in MadisonHeights – just south of Eleven Mile Road on the east side […]

Camera Shows Real-Time View of Wixom Road Bridge Replacement over Huron River

August 4th 2018

Camera Shows Real-Time View of Wixom Road Bridge Replacement over Huron River (Road Commission for Oakland County, Aug. 4, 2018) A workzone camera is providing the public with a real-time view of the project to replace the Wixom Road bridge over the Huron River on the Milford Twp./Commerce Twp. border. The camera operates daily, shooting […]

Hatchery Road Apts. in Waterford Get PACE Funding for Green Features

August 4th 2018

Hatchery Road Apts. in Waterford Get PACE Funding for Green Features (Oakland County Board of Commissioners, Aug. 4, 2018) June 15, 2018, Pontiac, Mich. – Trademark Building Co. Inc., a Waterford Township based developer and property management company, has successfully secured capital from Greenworks Lending through the first PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) project in […]

Teen Lost Leg Helping Others, Now Ferndale Elks is Raising Money to Help Him, Event Aug. 11

August 4th 2018

Teen Lost Leg Helping Others, Now Ferndale Elks is Raising Money to Help Him, Event Aug. 11 Ferndale, MI-  A fundraiser will help a young man who lost his leg while helping others.  On April 2, 2017 Sean English and his family were on the way to church when they saw a jeep flipped over […]

Plaster Repair in Historic Homes Workshop Sept. 15

August 4th 2018

Plaster Repair in Historic Homes Workshop Sept. 15 Farmington Hills, MI- Learn how to repair plaster in your historic home with this Plaster Demonstration Workshop on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Spicer House in Heritage Park, Farmington Hills. The workshop is from 10am to 12:30pm. Participants in the workshop will learn about the composition of historic […]

Crash on Woodward in Pontiac Overturns Vehicle, Damages Sheriff Cruiser

August 3rd 2018

Crash on Woodward in Pontiac Overturns Vehicle, Damages Sheriff Cruiser (Aug. 3, 2018, Oakland County Sheriff’s Office) Pontiac, MI – At approximately 10:43 am today a Sheriff’s Office Detective was traveling north bound on Woodward Ave. in Pontiac.  The Detective was being followed by another Sheriff’s Office Detective.  Both were stopped for a red light […]

2018 Candidate Interviews and Issues – AUG 7 PRIMARY

August 3rd 2018

2018 Candidate Interviews and Issues – AUG 7 PRIMARY Oakland County, MI- The Oakland County Times has a tradition of doing brief, introductory interviews with candidates for political offices. This gives all candidates a chance to talk about the issues that are important to them, and we welcome candidates from any political party. Some candidates […]

Good Things Growing at Holly Farmer’s Market

August 3rd 2018

Good Things Growing at Holly Farmer’s Market (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 3, 2018) Holly, MI – Judy Crosby of Holly had never had a sugar plum before last weekend when she and her grandson Lane visited the Holly Farmer’s Market. “It’s very good,” she said.  “I like farmers markets.  I like farmers. They work their […]