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Announcing the NEW Oakland County Times Readers Club!

March 13th 2019

Announcing the NEW Oakland County Times Readers Club! The new Readers Club Program makes it fun to be part of Oakland County Times, while also keeping this community resource going and growing! Grassroots Level $5+/month  Entry in monthly contest Flower Power Level $15+/month Entry in monthly contest, your name on a “flower” that appears sporadically […]

Deadline is April 1 for Brooksie Way Mini Grant Applications

March 13th 2019

Deadline is April 1 for Brooksie Way Mini Grant Applications (Brooksie Way, March 13, 2019) ROCHESTER, MI. – Not-for-profit organizations and community groups whose programming is designed to promote active lifestyles for Oakland County residents have until April 1 to apply for a Brooksie Way Minigrant. The program has helped support more than 150 projects […]

Measles in Oakland County, Possible Exposure in Southfield and Oak Park

March 13th 2019

Measles in Oakland County, Possible Exposure in Southfield and Oak Park PONTIAC, MI – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Oakland County Health Division have confirmed a case of travel-related measles visiting from Israel following a stay in New York. Individuals may have been exposed to measles at the following locations: ~Lincoln […]

Reporter Food: Capt’n Crunch Chicken n’ Waffles at Bobcat Bonnie’s

March 12th 2019

Reporter Food: Capt’n Crunch Chicken n’ Waffles at Bobcat Bonnie’s (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 12, 2019) Ferndale, MI- Brunch is a big deal in Downtown Ferndale, and Bobcat Bonnie’s is among the popular destinations. A friend and I went a few weeks ago and were very happy with our breakfasts – and the build-your-own mimosa […]

Ferndale Schools Orchestra to Play Commissioned Original Piece at May 21 Concert

March 12th 2019

Ferndale Schools Orchestra to Play Commissioned Original Piece at May 21 Concert (Lara Mossa, March 12, 2019) Ferndale, MI  – When the Ferndale Public Schools Orchestra students take the stage May 21st, they will play a piece that no one has ever heard before. For the first time, the orchestra has commissioned a composer to […]

Meetings to Discuss Potential Baker College Project in Ferndale March 21 and April 3

March 11th 2019

Meetings to Discuss Potential Baker College Project in Ferndale March 21 and April 3 Ferndale, MI- As The City of Ferndale and Baker College are in the negotiating process for Baker College potentially building a campus in Downtown Ferndale, there are two public meetings to be aware of: Thursday, March 21, 2019, Community Meeting & […]

Southfield Hosting Photo Prize Competition for Public Art Exhibition

March 11th 2019

Southfield Hosting Photo Prize Competition for Public Art Exhibition (City of Southfield, March 11, 2019) SOUTHFIELD, MI – The city of Southfield will sponsor the 3rd annual Southfield Photo Prize this summer to showcase the natural and architectural beauty throughout the city while also creating an outdoor public art exhibition. The City is currently seeking […]

Cerebral Palsy Added to List of Approved Conditions for Medical Marijuana

March 11th 2019

Cerebral Palsy Added to List of Approved Conditions for Medical Marijuana (LARA, March 11, 2019) Lansing, MI- The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) has approved adding Cerebral Palsy to the list of debilitating medical conditions set forth in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act of 2008. Cerebral Palsy was approved by LARA after the Medical […]

As Ferndale Contemplates Baker College’s “Community Fit,” Owosso Serves as Example

March 10th 2019

As Ferndale Contemplates Baker College’s “Community Fit,” Owosso Serves as Example (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 10, 2019) Ferndale, Owosso, MI- As the City of Ferndale and Baker College continue with negotiations for constructing a campus in Downtown Ferndale, one of the key questions – and points of debate – is whether or not the college […]

Presentation Helps Holly Understand Water Rates and Infrastructure  

March 10th 2019

Presentation Helps Holly Understand Water Rates and Infrastructure (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 10, 2019) Holly, MI  – Village of Holly officials, staff and members of the public attended a morning-long study session on Feb. 9 to learn more about how the water and sewer fund works, and get answers to common questions regarding water service. […]