Rochester/Rochester Hills

March 14 – Spring Forward Means Time to Change Smoke Alarm Batteries

March 10th 2021

Unfortunately, in 2020 Michigan reported that 123 people died in 102 residential fires, which was a 21% increase from 2019.

WOW! Internet Problems Continue in SE Michigan

March 9th 2021

However, that wasn’t the end of the problems.  As of Monday, customers in several SE Oakland cities reported that their service was repeatedly cutting out while in use.

Michigan Pet Alliance Seeking CEO

March 8th 2021

Applicants must live in Michigan, have a flexible schedule, be able to work from home, and be able to travel to other parts of the state and to Lansing on short notice.

Seasonal Changes May Mean Bumpy Gravel Roads, Here’s Why…

March 4th 2021

The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) advises drivers to use caution on gravel roads during the upcoming weeks.

March 20 – Spring Invasive Species Summit

March 1st 2021

earn about Invasive Species in Your Backyard including common invasive species identification and control, what species you can hand pull and how to restore the area with native species.

March 3 – SBA Webinar with Senator Gary Peter’s Office

March 1st 2021

We’ll discuss PPP updates and loan forgiveness, Economic Injury Disaster Loans, SBA Debt Relief, and new services from our funded resource partners to help you survive and recover from the pandemic.

I-75 Construction, Traffic Shift Starting March 2

March 1st 2021

Weather permitting, work to replace the southbound I-75 bridge over 13 Mile Road in the city of Madison Heights begins Tuesday, March 2.

How to Submit a Community Group or Nonprofit Guest Story

February 27th 2021

Don’t worry about being perfect, we work with writers of all skill levels to make your post the best it can be

Stay Connected & Informed: Facebook Groups Throughout Oakland County

February 20th 2021

Oakland County Times has compiled a list of our favorites to make it easier for you too!

County Awaiting More Vaccines, Adding Partnering Agencies

February 19th 2021

Of the 41,350 doses the state distributed to the Health Division since Dec. 17, 41,323 are in people’s arms.