Rochester/Rochester Hills

2019 Candidate Interview: Steve Reina for Rochester Hills Library Board

September 27th 2019

There are three people running for two seats on the Rochester Hills Library Board.

County Budget Passes, Includes Employee Wage Increase and Road Funding

September 25th 2019

Coulter said “We wanted to send a strong signal to employees that we value their efforts.”

OC Times Publisher Interviewed for Michigan Municipal League Podcast

September 25th 2019

Those checking out the MML website will find an exciting interview on the homepage.

Oct. 3 – Rochester Posed has Storefronts with Album Cover Theme

September 21st 2019

The public will vote for their favorite live mannequin display. Text-to-vote will be available from 7:00–9:00 pm

I-75 to Close in Both Directions Over Weekend

September 18th 2019

Closing both directions of the freeway is necessary to allow crews to safely remove the Dallas Avenue overpass…

2019 Candidate Interview: Douglas Gould for Rochester City Council

September 15th 2019

Douglas Gould is running for Rochester City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

April Lynch Appointed Deputy County Executive

September 12th 2019

Oakland County Executive David Coulter has appointed April McGrath Lynch Deputy County Executive.

Here’s How to Support Local Journalism at OC Times

September 8th 2019

Do you believe in the value of a quality local news source without the paywalls, nasty comments, popups, clickbait, advertorials, opinions and agendas? Then please support our work.

Oakland County Encouraging Veterans to Learn About Benefits

September 4th 2019

Veterans often seek service-connected disability compensation, pensions not connected to military service, education and vocational rehabilitation, home loans, hospitalization and health care, burial benefits and corrections to their military records.

Beyond Cats and Dogs, a Menagerie of Less Obvious Rescue Pets

August 27th 2019

Dogs and cats are great, but sometimes families in Oakland County want a little something different as their pet. Those families are in luck…