Nov 6 – Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation at Berkley Library

November 2nd 2019

Most people tend to live their lives with a wandering mind, worried or consumed by past or future events. This introduction to meditation tries to open up a world of the present moment,

Nov. 4 – Public Can Review SMART’s New Plan at Meeting in Southfield

November 2nd 2019

“SMART has talked with over 4,300 people to get their ideas about improvements that will be effective and efficient,” said John C. Hertel, General Manager of SMART.  

Nov. 3 – Pancake Breakfast at Holly American Legion

November 2nd 2019

Sunday, November 3rd, 8am- 12pm, join us at the Holly American Legion for Pancakes!

Donate Candy to Treats for Troops at Sheriff’s Dept. Locations Through Nov. 5

November 1st 2019

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting individually wrapped, non-chocolate candy as part of its 10th annual “Treats for Troops” collection to send thanks, encouragement, and sweets to our troops overseas.

Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough Recalled for Possible Presence of Rubber Pieces

November 1st 2019

The recall is limited only to the ready-to-bake refrigerated products below, with batch codes that begin with 9189 through batch codes that begin with 9295.

Ferndale Adopts $15 Minimum Wage for Full Time City Workers

November 1st 2019

“The City of Ferndale recognizes the need for our employees to make a wage that allows them to take care of themselves and their families.”

Nov. 17 – Leon & Lulu Holiday Shopping Fundraiser for FernCare

November 1st 2019

Leon & Lulu always has what you need (and lots of things you’ll want), and is again supporting FernCare by donating a portion of their sales to the clinic!

Want to be Better at Business? Here Are November Workshops

November 1st 2019

Register today for any of the events and let the One Stop Shop provide the assistance you need to take your business to the next level.

Nov. 17 – Redistricting Application Workshop Hosted by Sec. of State

November 1st 2019

For the first time ever, the power to draw fair election maps in Michigan will be in the hands of citizens. And you can be part of it!

Holly Wins $150,000 towards Union Depot Move

October 31st 2019

The Holly community and its regional neighbors came out in force to vote both online and in person for a $150,000 preservation grant to help move and restore the historic Holly Union Depot building.