Royal Oak

Doctor Mona Hanna-Attisha, Who Exposed Lead Poisoning in Flint, to Speak in RO Feb. 6

January 26th 2016

Doctor Mona Hanna-Attisha, Who Exposed Lead Poisoning in Flint, to Speak in RO Feb. 6 (EVENT page) Royal Oak, MI – Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the Flint pediatrician who was a central figure in exposing and publicizing the lead contamination of Flint’s tap water, will be the guest speaker at the Greater Royal Oak Democratic Club […]

Royal Oak: Cantina Diablo’s to Add Outdoor Seating, and More Dancing

January 26th 2016

Royal Oak: Cantina Diablo’s to Add Outdoor Seating, and More Dancing (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 25, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – Nearly five years after opening in Downtown Royal Oak, Cantina Diablo’s is getting ready to switch things up by adding outdoor seating and having two dance floors open at once. The change in business […]

Royal Oak: Cops & Doughnuts Feb. 9

January 25th 2016

Royal Oak: Cops & Doughnuts Feb. 9 (EVENT page) Royal Oak, MI – Cops & Doughnuts on Feb. 9 Join the Crime Prevention Council on Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Royal Oak Police Station for ‘Cops & Doughnuts.’ Deputy Chief Mike Frazier of the Royal Oak Police Department will provide an overview of […]

Pop Up Ice Skating Spots in Royal Oak and Ferndale

January 22nd 2016

Pop Up Ice Skating Spots in Royal Oak and Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 22, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – The City of Royal Oak and the City of Ferndale have added some wintery fun to local parks – creating makeshift ice skating rinks for residents and visitors. The City of Royal Oak announced today […]

Volunteers Needed for County-Wide Homeless Persons Count Jan. 27 (video)

January 22nd 2016

Volunteers Needed for County-Wide Homeless Persons Count Jan. 27 (video) (EVENT page) Royal Oak, MI – The City of Royal Oak is working in conjunction with the Oakland County Alliance For Housing to conduct a Point-In-Time count of homeless individuals on Wednesday, January 27, 2016. This one-day, approximately four (4) hour event helps homeless individuals […]

Officials Call for Repeal of Ban on Sharing Information about Ballot Proposals (video)

January 21st 2016

Officials Call for Repeal of Ban on Sharing Information about Ballot Proposals (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 21, 2016) Roseville, MI – “There is a stereotype of librarians as being quiet and meek. I hope that our presence today helps to debunk that stereotype. And if they want to throw us in jail for sharing […]

Abe Lincoln Actor to Speak at Royal Oak Historical Museum Feb. 5

January 21st 2016

Abe Lincoln Actor to Speak at Royal Oak Historical Museum Feb. 5 (EVENT page) Royal Oak, MI – The Civil War is Over!!!    President Abraham Lincoln will be visiting the Royal Oak Historical Society Museum on Friday, Feb. 5. 2016 at 7 pm to speak to us! You are cordially invited to attend.   […]

Royal Oak City Hall Re-Opened after Water Pipe Break

January 20th 2016

Royal Oak City Hall Closed Jan. 20 Due to Water Pipe Break (City of Royal Oak, Jan. 20, 2016)   UPDATE:  Royal Oak City Hall re-opened after pipe break – Jan. 21, 2016 UPDATE: Necessary repairs to City Hall’s heating system are complete. Building hours are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m; Friday […]

Royal Oak: Diaper Drive for Care Net Through Jan. 30

January 16th 2016

Royal Oak: Diaper Drive for Care Net Through Jan. 30 (Heather Marie O’Herron, Jan. 19, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – St. Paul Lutheran Church at 202 E. 5th Street is collecting diapers and baby wipes for Care Net, a group that helps babies with locations in Detroit and Berkley. The collection runs through Jan. 30. […]

Baby Treated for Skull Fracture, Burned Hands & Other Injuries, Child Abuse Suspected

January 16th 2016

Baby Treated for Skull Fracture, Burned Hands & Other Injuries, Child Abuse Suspected (Oakland County Sheriff’s Department, Jan. 16, 2016) Royal Oak, MI – INCIDENT:  17:43 hrs. – City of Pontiac –Child Abuse Investigation #16-7234 SUMMARY: Deputies responded to Royal Oak Beaumont to meet with Child Protective Services regarding a possible child abuse complaint. A […]