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The Story Behind the New Lincoln Mural in Oak Park

October 22nd 2019

The mural features the face of Abraham Lincoln, patriotic red and white stripes with white stars on blue, and the quote, “…and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.”  

Video Interviews with Candidates for Ferndale Mayor

October 22nd 2019

Former City Councilperson Melanie Piana and Brian Stawowy are running for Ferndale Mayor in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

Video Interviews with Candidates for Ferndale City Council

October 22nd 2019

Candidates for that race are Ben Buttolph, Nada Daher, Augusto Flores, Kat Bruner James, and incumbent Councilperson Raylon Leaks-May.

Video Interviews with Candidates for Ferndale City Council 2 Year Term

October 22nd 2019

Rolanda Kelley, Laura Mikulski, Maryanne Wessels, and Dennis G. Whitttie are vying for that position.

Clawson Schools Exploring Closure/Merger Options, Public Meeting Oct. 28

October 22nd 2019

Superintendent Tim Wilson said at a public meeting last week that the district’s near term financial situation is unsustainable in the long run, and that unless something changes soon drastic changes could be necessary; with the choice being…

Farmington Hills Police Investigating Fires at Fairmount Park Apts.

October 22nd 2019

The Farmington Hills Police Department is investigating two fires that appear to be set intentionally at the Fairmont Park Apartments located on 9 Mile between Drake and Gill Road.

Lead Found in Oak Park Water Tests, Here’s What Residents Can Do

October 21st 2019

If you think you may have a lead water service line, and would like to be part of this increased sampling pool, please contact the Oak Park Water Department at (248) 691-7470 or visit them at Oak Park City Hall

Reporter Food: Tavern on the Main in Clawson

October 21st 2019

They’re located at 235 S. Main Street in Downtown Clawson.

List of Oakland County Times 2019 Candidate Interviews

October 21st 2019

We do not endorse any candidates, and we are proud to be a nonpartisan publication. Our goal is to give every candidate a chance to share what is important to them, and for voters to be introduced to the people asking to represent them.

Pontiac Arts Center Celebrates LGBTQ “Kaleidoscope of Expression”

October 20th 2019

Like the various shapes, colors and patterns that are part of a kaleidoscope, the artwork created and inspired by the LGBTQ community doesn’t just form a rainbow, but an ever-changing mosaic.