Pontiac

Candidate Interview: Bill Bullard for Oakland County Clerk & Register of Deeds 2016

May 26th 2016

2016 Candidate Interview: Bill Bullard for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 26, 2016) Highland Twp, MI – Longtime Republican politician Bill Bullard is running for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds, a position that he had been appointed to for 2010-2012 before losing the position to Democrat […]

Kids Can See Live Bats at Pontiac Library June 2, 6, 30 & July 7

May 25th 2016

Kids Can See Live Bats at Pontiac Library June 2, 6, 30 & July 7 (EVENT page) It’s getting batty at your library! During the months of June and July there will be four chances to see live bats in the library during this special program. The Village Club Foundation has sponsored this program where […]

The Latest Pontiac Community Calendar

May 23rd 2016

The Latest Pontiac Community Calendar (EVENT page) Pontiac, MI – The latest Pontiac Community Calendar can be downloaded at http://oaklandcounty115.com/pontiac-community-calendar-2016-05-23/   The calendar is produced by and shard with permission from Mike McGuinness, Pontiac Arts Commission Chair. Compiled and circulated each week to hundreds of community members; feel free to forward to anyone that is […]

Pontiac Community Honors Volunteers

May 22nd 2016

Pontiac Community Honors Volunteers (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 22, 2016) Pontiac, MI – Over 30 individuals and groups were nominated for volunteerism awards since Main Street Pontiac opened up nominations to the general public. “We got to meet so many new people,” said Executive Director Glen Konopaskie at an awards ceremony on May 18. “Hopefully […]

Sheriff’s Nonprofit Hosts Annual Pontiac Spring Carnival May 19-29

May 19th 2016

Sheriff’s Nonprofit Hosts Annual Pontiac Spring Carnival May 20-29 (EVENT page) Pontiac, MI – The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office “Deputies for Kids” is a charitable, non-profit 501c3 organization that Oakland County Sheriff’s Office – Pontiac Substation formed in 2012. “Deputies for Kids” was created in an effort to build strong relationships with the community and […]

Memorial Day Parades & Events in Oakland County 2016

May 12th 2016

Memorial Day Parades & Events in Oakland County 2016 (EVENT page) Addison Twp – 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., Village Hall and Indian Trail Junior High School Activities include free pancake breakfast, Community March, ceremonies and Veterans Resource Fair For complete schedule, visit ItHappensInAddison.com Auburn Hills – Monday, May 30 starting at 11am.  Parade route […]

Candidate Interview: Mike Goetz for OC Prosecutor (video)

May 3rd 2016

Candidate Interview: Mike Goetz for OC Prosecutor (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 2, 2016) Lake Orion, MI – A former Assistant Prosecutor is running for Oakland County Prosecuting Attorney against his former boss.  Lake Orion resident Mike Goetz will be on the ballot against the incumbent Democrat Jessica Cooper who was elected in 2008.  Election […]

Students See County Government First Hand at Youth Day

April 29th 2016

Students See County Government First Hand at Youth Day (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 29, 2016) Pontiac, MI – It’s a safe bet to say that most adults have never attended a meeting of County Commissioners or gotten an up close and personal lesson in civics from a team of elected officials. But that is what […]

Main Street Communities Honored with Awards

April 29th 2016

Main Street Communities Honored with Awards (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 28, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – Twenty two communities through Oakland County take part in Main Street USA, a program focused on thriving downtowns and community centers.  Thursday night people from those Main Street Programs came together for their annual awards program, this year held […]

Pre-Election Gag Order Not Enforceable Due to Agreement in Federal Court

April 28th 2016

Pre-Election Gag Order Not Enforceable Due to Agreement in Federal Court (Michigan Municipal League, April 28, 2016) LANSING, MI — U.S. District Judge John Corbett O’Meara has accepted an agreement between the Secretary of State’s office and local governments and school groups, permanently enjoining Secretary of State Ruth Johnson from enforcing a law passed in […]

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