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Royal Oak Commission Decides Public Art Near Memorial Can Stay

March 13th 2018

Royal Oak Commission Decides Public Art Near Memorial Can Stay (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 13, 2018) Royal Oak, MI -Composition is Blue is a sculpture which changes appearance depending on the angle that it’s viewed.  The lines and circles seem to shift in a way that Artist Mark Beltchenko says is the point.  “If only […]

Royal Oak Votes to Have Fresard Clock Tower Removed

March 13th 2018

Royal Oak Votes to Have Fresard Clock Tower Removed (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 13, 2018) Royal Oak, MI –  Since 1999 W. Harrison Avenue in Royal Oak has been capped off at Woodward to house a large clock tower with digital billboards marketing various businesses and community events to passers-by on Woodward Avenue. The Jim […]

Will Royal Oak Taco Bell Serve Booze? Decision Postponed Until April

March 13th 2018

Will Royal Oak Taco Bell Serve Booze? Decision Postponed Until April (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 13, 2018) Royal Oak, MI- Commissioners in Royal Oak have not yet voted on whether or not to approve the plan of operation which would include alcohol sales at the recently opened Taco Bell Cantina at 420 S. Main Street.  […]

How Farmington & Farmington Hills Got Their Shapes March 27

March 13th 2018

How Farmington & Farmington Hills Got Their Shapes March 27 Farmington Hills, MI- Preservation Farmington is excited to announce the 2018 lecture series. Admission for all lectures is $5/person. How Farmington & Farmington Hills Got Their Shapes March 27, 2018 at 7pm Farmington Heritage and History Museum, located within Heritage Park Paul Sewick, author of […]

Empty Bowls Fundraiser for Holly Blessings in Backpack April 16

March 13th 2018

Empty Bowls Fundraiser for Holly Blessings in Backpack April 16 Holly, MI – The third annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser takes place April 16 from 5:30 to 7 pm at Karl Richter Campus Cafeteria.  Each bowl his handmade by a Holly student. Min. $5 donation includes cereal and milk.  All proceeds benefit Blessings in a Backpack […]

27 Year Old Fatally Shot in Pontiac

March 13th 2018

27 Year Old Fatally Shot in Pontiac (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, March 13, 2018) Pontiac, MI – INCIDENT:  21:39 hrs. – City of Pontiac – Death Investigation / Homicide / Detective Callout / OCSO Forensic Science Laboratory Callout – #18-46319 SUMMARY:  Deputies responded to the area of Irwin Avenue and Going Street on the report […]

Process Moves forward for Clarkston Superintendent Search

March 12th 2018

Process Moves forward for Clarkston Superintendent Search  (Clarkston Community Schools, March 12, 2018) Clarkston, MI – At their February 26 meeting, the CCS Board of Education approved the hiring of Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB) to conduct a search for the next CCS Superintendent. The timeline for this process is fairly short; a preliminary […]

Fire at Lake Orion Wendy’s Caused by Grease Fire

March 11th 2018

Fire at Lake Orion Wendy’s Caused by Grease Fire (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, March 11, 2018) Lake Orion, MI – FROM DAY SHIFT:  03-10-2018, 07:00 hrs. THROUGH MIDNIGHT SHIFT:  03-11-2018, 07:00 hrs. ____________ INCIDENT:  18:52 hrs. – Village of Lake Orion – Assist to Other Law Enforcement Agency / Request for the OCSO Fire Investigations […]

Troy City Manager Fired

March 11th 2018

Troy City Manager Fired (Compiled, March 11, 2018) Troy, MI – Multiple news organizations are reporting that City of Troy fired City Manager Brian Kischnick. Kischnick was arrested in Clawson Friday after a domestic violence situation. He’s also had a past of problems in the city. Mark Miller is serving as the acting city manager. […]

I-75 Closed at 8 Mile as Police Attempt to Save a Life

March 11th 2018

I-75 Closed at 8 Mile as Police Attempt to Save a Life (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 11, 2018) Hazel Park, Detroit, MI – As of 10:30am Michigan State Police have I-75 closed in both directions at 8 Mile Road as they attempt to save a reportedly suicidal individual.  The area has been closed for about […]