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2020 Candidate Interview: Kristina Lyke for Congress 8th District

May 9th 2020

In the Republican Primary, which takes place Aug. 4, the candidates are:  Mike Detmer, Alan T. Hoover, Paul Junge, and Kristina Lyke. 

From Wixom to Huntington Woods: Census Response Rates So Far

May 9th 2020

Twenty-six Oakland County cities and villages have exceeded 70 percent, with Huntington Woods (still leading the country) on top at 89.1 percent, followed closely by Pleasant Ridge.

Cruising, Congregating, and Noise: Police Along Woodward Ramping Up Enforcement

May 9th 2020

Recent activity levels along Woodward Avenue have caused concern in Birmingham and neighboring communities due to increased traffic congestion, excessive noise levels and those who congregate without practicing social distancing.

Governor Extends Stay Home, Stay Safe Order, Allows Some Workers to Return May 11

May 9th 2020

The governor’s order will allow manufacturing workers, including those at Michigan’s Big 3 auto companies, to resume work on Monday

2020 Candidate Interview: Michael Bridges for State Rep 37th District

May 8th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 37th District, there are three Democrats running in the Aug. 4 primary.

2020 Candidate Interview: Rebecca Chamberlain-Creanga for Troy City Council

May 8th 2020

Rebecca Chamberlain-Creanga was appointed to Troy City Council earlier this year, and is running in the Aug. 4, 2020 election.

Customized Muffler Caused “Pop Pop Pop” During 90 MPH Chase on Woodward

May 7th 2020

But the noises were not from firecrackers or gunshots as guessed, but from the customized muffler of a BMW being driven by a teenager alluding Berkley Police.

Woman Snaps Bird Pics, Has ’em Eating out of Her Hand

May 7th 2020

Though the bluebirds are still a little skittish, red-winged blackbirds, finches, woodpeckers and others have enjoyed their close-ups, and their snacks.

Ferndale Events and Programs Cancelled, Facilities Closed Through Summer

May 7th 2020

The decision was made in accordance with several neighboring cities, based on COVID-19 safety recommendations by Oakland County’s Parks and Recreation Department.

Berkley Cancels 2020 Summer Programs & Events

May 7th 2020

After much deliberation and consideration, the City of Berkley has decided to suspend all activities, programs, and city-run events through Labor Day.