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Hazel Park Creative Arts Fundraising Dinner Oct. 5

September 26th 2018

Hazel Park Creative Arts Fundraising Dinner Oct. 5 Hazel Park, MI- Tickets are on sale now! Dinner is Friday Oct. 5 from 5-8pm at Hazel Park Jr. High School 22770 Highland Avenue Menu includes pulled pork, coleslaw, baked beans, salad, desert and drinks. Tickets are $10 in advance online and $15 at the door for […]

Fido Does Ferndale Oct. 25

September 26th 2018

Fido Does Ferndale Oct. 25 Ferndale, MI – Downtown Ferndale goes to the dogs on Thursday, October 25 (*please note new date!) when Fido Does Ferndale takes over the district with canine activities, vendors and doggone good fun. The fun event happens from 5-8 pm throughout downtown with headquarters at Schiffer Park (Planavon & West […]

Royal Starr Film Festival Oct. 11-14

September 26th 2018

Royal Starr Film Festival Oct. 11-14 Royal Oak, MI- The third ROYAL STARR FILM FESTIVAL will take place October 11th – 14th, 2018. The festival will be held at the Emagine Theater in downtown Royal Oak, Michigan. The festival will screen juried entries of short, documentary and feature films from Michigan, across America, and around […]

Meet Some Creepy Crawlies at Ferndale Library Oct. 6

September 26th 2018

Meet Some Creepy Crawlies at Ferndale Library Oct. 6 Ferndale, MI – Bring the whole family to check out Dan the Creature Man as he brings bunch of creepy crawly live invertebrates and reptiles to the library! All ages, no registration required. Oct. 6 2-3pm, Ferndale Library 222 E. 9 Mile Road, Ferndale, MI 48220 […]

Oakland County Man Dies from West Nile Virus Complications

September 26th 2018

Oakland County Man Dies from West Nile Virus Complications (OCHD, Sept. 26, 2018) Pontiac, Mich., – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed an 80-year-old man from Oakland County died due to complications from West Nile Virus (WNV), the Oakland County Health Division announced today. This is the first human WNV-related death […]

Kikki Challenge Moves & Healthy Messages from Kids across the County (video)

September 25th 2018

Kikki Challenge Moves & Healthy Messages from Kids across the County (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 24, 2018) Pontiac, Lake Orion, Southfield, Ferndale, MI- Groups in four Oakland County communities have taken the “Kiki Challenge” to a new level – harnessing the power of this social media trend to spread messages of positive mental health. […]

Job Posting: Commercial Cleaner Needed for Office Buildings, HOA’s etc.

September 25th 2018

Job Posting: Commercial Cleaner Needed for Office Buildings, HOA’s etc. (Job Listing, Sept. 4, 2018) Ferndale, MI- Our rapidly growing cleaning company is looking for a cleaner that can handle some dirty work. We currently focus on commercial cleaning for offices, HOA’s, Commonways in office buildings and Floor Care Customers in Metro Detroit. The ideal […]

Police Seek Tips in Series of Shootings in Pontiac

September 25th 2018

Police Seek Tips in Series of Shootings in Pontiac (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Sept. 25, 2018) Pontiac, MI – Several shootings took place in Pontiac on Monday night into Tuesday morning. Below are the incident reports: INCIDENT:  15:09 hrs. – City of Pontiac – Shooting – #18-179932 SUMMARY:  Deputies responded to the 200 block of […]

Military Library Opens in Holly, Named for Departed Veteran and Volunteer

September 24th 2018

Military Library Opens in Holly, Named for Departed Veteran and Volunteer (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 24, 2018) Holly, MI- Scott Dudek spent his years after serving with the Navy in the Persian Gulf War working to support veterans and their families. He promoted the American Legion Post 149, taught high school history, worked at the […]

Anonymous Anti-Gay Mailing Targets Ferndale Businesses

September 24th 2018

Anonymous Anti-Gay Mailing Targets Ferndale Businesses (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 24, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Several business owners received an anonymous letter in the mail over the weekend decrying the community’s prevalence of rainbow flags. “Truth, like vintage postage stamps, is valid despite the passage of time,” the letter began.  “This past June my wife […]