Pontiac

Reporter Food: Rainforest Cafe in Auburn Hills

December 31st 2021

Dinner at Rainforest Cafe, with a location in Great Lakes Crossing Mall in Auburn Hills, is an experience for kids and young-at-heart adults to enjoy

Reporter Food: Jalapenos Restaurant in Clarkston and Pontiac

December 28th 2021

Locally-owned Mexican restaurant Jalapenos has locations on Baldwin Road in Pontiac and on Sashabaw Road in Clarkston.

Produce Recall Includes Dole and Kroger Brand Salads and More

December 27th 2021

Dole Fresh Vegetables is coordinating closely with regulatory officials.

 Khalfani Stephens to Be Nominated for Pontiac Deputy Mayor

December 23rd 2021

“I love this city and I’m ready to help lead Pontiac into its next chapter,” said Stephens.

SMART Flex Service Has On Demand Transit in Pontiac, Auburn Hills, and Troy

December 21st 2021

Using the SMART Flex mobile app, anyone within the zones will be able to hail a vehicle directly from their smartphone or by calling the call center at (734) 212-8429.

Funding Available for Childcare for Eligible Oakland County Families

December 18th 2021

“We know one of the greatest obstacles for people returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic is affordable childcare,” said Oakland County Executive David Coulter. 

Richard Oldacre Named Oakland Community Health Network Chief Operating Officer

December 18th 2021

Oldacre’s expertise in the behavioral and physical healthcare space compliments OCHN’s mission, vision, and values to ensure quality, integrated healthcare services to Oakland County residents supported by the public mental health system.

Undersheriff Michael McCabe Retiring, Major Curtis Childs Promoted

December 18th 2021

He replaces Undersheriff Michael McCabe who is retiring at the end of December after 44 years with the Sheriff’s Office, including more than 18 years as Undersheriff.

Incoming Pontiac Mayor Tim Greimel Announces Transition Team

December 17th 2021

“This group represents some of the brightest and best professionals in Pontiac and will help ensure that the desires and concerns of all residents are heard to inform our decision-making moving forward.”

Headspace App, for Mental Health, Now Free for Teens

December 15th 2021

Headspace, the internationally recognized mental wellness and meditation app, is now FREE for children 13-18 years old in the US.