Royal Oak

Businesses in Downtown Areas Can Apply for HeartBeat of Main Street Grant

October 22nd 2020

Applications will open on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 9am PT and must be submitted by Thursday, Oct. 29 at 4:59pm PT. 

2020 Candidate Interview: Pam Lindell for County Commission 19th District

October 21st 2020

In the race for County Commissioner of the 19th District, incumbent David Woodward, a Democrat, is running for re-election.  Republican Pam Lindell is also on the ballot.

Road Commission Hiring Seasonal Snow Plow Drivers

October 20th 2020

The position pays up to $20 per hour, and duties include snow-storm road plowing and salting as well as other non-snow-related road-maintenance activities

Two Easy Ways to Help This Local News Site

October 19th 2020

Hello readers!  This post is because we’re reaching out to the people who use this site to help us with a couple of key things:

Videos:  Candidates for Oakland County Executive

October 19th 2020

In the race for Oakland County Executive there are three candidates.

Videos: Interviews for Oakland County Sheriff Candidates

October 19th 2020

In the race for Oakland County Sheriff, incumbent Michael Bouchard, a Republican, is running for re-election.  Democrat Vincent Gregory is also on the ballot. 

Videos: Candidates for Oakland County Prosecutor

October 19th 2020

In the Nov. 3 election, voters in Oakland County will chose between Democrat Karen McDonald and Republican Lin Goetz for Prosecutor.

Videos: Candidates for Oakland County Treasurer

October 19th 2020

The candidates for Oakland County Treasurer are Democrat Robert Wittenberg and Republican Joe Kent.

Nov. 7 – Royal Oak’s Ruck March Goes Virtual

October 17th 2020

Every year, on the Saturday before Veterans Day, the Royal Oak Veterans Event Committee marches to raise awareness of the scourge of veteran suicide, and to raise money, food, and supplies for homeless or needy vets.

Bill Signed into Law to Allow Remote Public Meetings to Continue

October 16th 2020

By allowing for remote meetings, public bodies and residents can continue practicing safe social distancing while also ensuring meetings remain open, accessible and transparent to the public,” said Governor Whitmer.