Pontiac

Nonprofits Can Apply for $10 Million in Mental Health, Well-being Grants

September 13th 2021

“These grants will help non-profit organizations that work in the realm of mental and behavioral health expand their ability to provide resources to our residents.”

Too Young to Run: Candidate Age Requirements Vary by City

September 10th 2021

…it means depending on one’s zip code there it means a seven year gap in opportunity for younger citizens in some cities. 

Events in Oakland County

September 10th 2021

Here are upcoming events in Oakland County. Email event information to editor@oc115.com for consideration.

Erin Quetell to Serve as County’s First Environmental Sustainability Officer

September 2nd 2021

She has served as the environmental sustainability planner for the City of Ferndale, where she was responsible for integrating the social, financial, and environmental sustainability perspectives and best practices into everyday city operations.

Sept. 12 – Oak Hill Cemetery Walk Returns to Pontiac

September 1st 2021

Among those participating is James McQueen, who portrayed Oakland County’s first Black attorney Oliver Green during last year’s Oak Hill Cemetery Walk.

Boy Scout Projects in Pontiac and Lake Orion Teach About Giving Back

August 29th 2021

Oakland County scouts are wrapping up the National Summer of Service, having helped dozens of local charities over the past few months.

Ozone Action Day Declared, How You Can Help

August 28th 2021

“With this ongoing heat wave compounded by air quality issues, we encourage everyone to take care this weekend.”

Dozens of Animals Rescued from Dangerous Conditions in Independence Township

August 26th 2021

This case remains under investigation. When complete, animal control officers will present the results to the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Officer for review and consideration of criminal charges.

Oakland County Health Order Requires Masks in Schools and Daycares

August 24th 2021

“This order allows teachers to get back to educating our students and focusing on their success.”

Helping Democracy, Oakland County Times Celebrates Over 650 Video Interviews

August 23rd 2021

And now that we’ve posted our 650th interview, it seems like a good time to celebrate and reflect.