Rochester/Rochester Hills

Rochester’s Paint a Miracle… Reception Aug. 21

July 31st 2015

Rochester’s Paint a Miracle to Exhibit in Ferndale’s Level One Gallery, Reception Aug. 21 (event listing) Three years ago, Carol Cameron was asked to be a visiting artist at Paint a Miracle, a local art studio uniquely designed for individuals living with disabilities. After spending a few months working with Paint a Miracle artists, Carol […]

Teen Night in Rochester Hills Features Resources and Fun Aug. 6

July 31st 2015

Teen Night in Rochester Hills Features Resources and Fun Aug. 6 (Event Listing) Calling all teens and families! The 3rd Annual Teen Night featuring a dance showcase is being held on Thursday, August 6th from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Village of Rochester Hills (located on the corner of Adams and University in […]

Rochester: School Board VP Resigns, Applicants Sought

July 29th 2015

Rochester: School Board VP Resigns, Applicants Sought (Rochester Community School District Press Release, July 29,2015) The Rochester Community School District’s Board of Education Vice President Jane Pierobon has submitted her resignation, effective July 25, 2015. The Board of Education accepted Pierobon’s resignation at the July 27 Board meeting. Pierobon has served on the BOE since […]

Happy’s Pizza Founder & Co-Conspirators Sentenced to Prison

July 20th 2015

Happy’s Pizza Founder and Co-Conspirators Sentenced to Prison (FBI Press Release, July 20, 2015)   A Detroit-area businessman and other co-conspirators were sentenced to prison this week for income and employment tax fraud in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Caroline D. Ciraolo of the Justice […]

Rochester: Discussion on Regional Transit July 30th

July 17th 2015

Rochester: Discussion on Regional Transit July 30 First Congregational Church of Rochester, UCC Invites you to meet the Regional Transit Authority CEO Michael Ford for a Community Listening Session. Tell the RTA where you need and want to go on transit, from where and how often! Be part of the conversation! Thursday July 30, 2015 […]

Patterson Presents Budget Recommendations, Emphasis on…

July 17th 2015

Patterson Presents County Budget Recommendations, Emphasis on Buildings and Workforce (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 15, 2015) With an emphasis on buildings and on building up the workforce, County Executive L. Brooks Patterson presented a three year budget that he hopes will be adopted by the Commission. The budget also includes a reduction in property taxes. […]

Meet and Greet for Candidates throughout Oakland County, Public Invited, July 24

July 9th 2015

Meet and Greet for Candidates throughout Oakland County, Public Invited, July 24 (event listing, election information, July 9, 2015) *Be an Informed Voter. Come out and Meet the Candidates you’ll be voting for, and have your Concerns answered in person.* The Women of National Congress of Black Women – Oakland County, MI Chapter are Hosting […]

Oakland University Passes State Cap, Raises Tuition 8.48%

July 7th 2015

Oakland University Passes State Cap, Raises Tuition 8.48% (compiled, July 7, 2015) Grizzlies will be paying more for college come fall, as the Board of Trustees for Oakand University has approved a 8.48% tuition increase. According to a report by David Jesse in the Detroit Free Press, OU will give up $1.2 million in state […]

Rochester: Students Present “Children of Eden” Musical July 23-25

July 6th 2015

Rochester: Students Present “Children of Eden” Musical July 23-25 (event listing) Rochester Community Schools Summer Music Theatre continues to be an annual tradition for the Rochester area community.  Their Children of Eden Broadway-style production is July 23-25. The Rochester Community School District is proud to present a new and exciting version of “Children of Eden.” […]

Cities Competing for MML Awards, Public Asked to Vote

July 4th 2015

Cities Competing for MML Awards, Public Asked to Vote (MML Press Release, July 4, 2015)   Sixteen projects, programs, and initiatives involving more than 20 Michigan communities are vying for the statewide Community Excellence Award (CEA)—the most prestigious Michigan Municipal League honor. The communities involved in this year’s competition are Allegan, Auburn Hills, Battle Creek, […]