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Beautification Awards Presented in Pleasant Ridge

September 20th 2017

Beautification Awards Presented in Pleasant Ridge (Jan Treuter, photos Tom Treuter, Sept. 20, 2017) Pleasant Ridge, MI – The owners of four homes were honored for their beautification efforts at the Pleasant Ridge City Commission meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12. They were selected by a committee of seven residents, facilitated by City Commissioner Jay Foreman. […]

Como’s Closes as County Upholds License Revocation

September 20th 2017

Como’s Closes as County Upholds License Revocation (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 20, 2017) Note:  If you are a reporter re-hashing my work for your own profit,  please see this example of how to aggregate in a less harmful way. Ferndale, MI – The Food Service Appeal Board voted Wednesday to uphold the revocation of Como’s […]

Business Workshops Offered by County in Oct and Nov.

September 20th 2017

Business Workshops Offered by County in Oct and Nov. (Oakland County, Sept. 21, 2017) Waterford, Novi, MI – Business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs who are looking for assistance are encouraged to attend high-value, low- or no-cost business workshops offered by the experts at the Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center. Unless otherwise noted, all […]

Julie’s Motor City Songbirds Festival in Ferndale Sept. 30

September 19th 2017

Julie’s Motor City Songbirds Festival in Ferndale Sept. 30 Ferndale, MI – Help us continue the tradition as we celebrate the life and work of our dear friend, Julie Pevos Sias. Following Julie’s lead, former and new Songbirds come together to raise funds for good causes and honor the power of women in music. Gather […]

2017 Candidate Interview: Lathrup Village Councilperson Ian Ferguson

September 19th 2017

2017 Candidate Interview:  Lathrup Village Councilperson Ian Ferguson (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 19, 2017) Lathrup Village, MI – Lathrup Village Councilperson Ian Ferguson is seeking re-election on Nov. 7, 2017.  There are five candidates running for three seats. Also on the ballot are Frank M. Brock, Bruce Kantor, Marcus Raudszus and Salee R. Siddiqi. Councilperson […]

Farmington Considers Three Options for Courthouse Property

September 19th 2017

Farmington Considers Three Options for Courthouse Property (Farmington Voice, Sept. 19, 2017) Farmington, MI – A 3.8 acre property on 10 Mile Road west of Raphael could one day be the site of new homes, according to Farmington Voice.  Officials heard from three developers on Monday about options for the space – each one with […]

Novi Recreation Offers Fall Fitness Classes

September 19th 2017

Novi Recreation Offers Fall Fitness Classes (City of Novi, Sept. 19, 2017) NOVI, MI – The City of Novi offers group fitness classes designed to make muscles stronger, increase cardiovascular strength and bone density, and improve balance and flexibility. If you are looking to increase your overall fitness consider participating in new fitness classes such […]

Oakland County Times Hits 100,000 Reader Mark!

September 18th 2017

Oakland County Times Hits 100,000 Reader Mark (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 18, 2017) Ferndale, MI – The Oakland County Times has reached a wonderful milestone.  In the late evening of Sept. 18, 2017 we crossed over the 100,000 unique reader mark for the month.  September is not yet done and the record-breaking total continues to […]

Holly Day Celebrates Community Spirit

September 18th 2017

Holly Day Celebrates Community Spirit (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 18, 2017) Holly, MI – Sunshine filled the sky and smiles filled the faces of people in Holly on Saturday as the community came together to celebrate HollyDay.  The event was a spin-off of the formerly thriving Carry Nation Festival and the Village’s sesquicentennial in 2015. […]

Train Crossing Construction Preparing for Quiet Zones in Ferndale

September 18th 2017

Train Crossing Construction Preparing for Quiet Zones in Ferndale (City of Ferndale, Sept. 18, 2017) Ferndale, MI – Work on Ferndale’s railroad crossings/intersections began last week as part of the City’s move toward rail traffic Quiet Zones. The railroad track intersections on both Cambourne and Woodward Heights closed Tuesday, with work on E. Nine Mile […]

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