Royal Oak Township

2020 Candidate Interview: Andy Meisner for Oakland County Executive

June 22nd 2020

In the race for Oakland County Executive there are two candidates from the Republican Party and two candidates from the Democratic Party on the Aug. 4, 2020 Primary ballot.

June 27 – Peaceful Protest and Parade on 8 Mile

June 21st 2020

The route takes marchers to Ferndale High School then along 8 Mile Road (which will be blocked off) and ends at the church next to the recreation center. 

2020 Candidate Interview: Matt Stoel for State Rep. 27th District

June 18th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 27th District there are several candidates running in the Democratic Primary.

Oakland County Business Workshops Now Online – Summer Schedule

June 17th 2020

Oakland County business counselors are here to help, live and online with a new line up of workshops designed to help businesses owners and entrepreneurs as they reemerge in the wake of COVID-19.

Governor Announces “Return to School Roadmap”

June 17th 2020

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that Michigan schools may resume in-person learning in phase 4 of the MI Safe Start plan, with strict safety measures in place.

Ferndale Group Selling Black Lives Matter Signs to Support Detroit Chapter

June 17th 2020

The signs cost $5 and can be delivered to Berkley, Detroit, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak, and Royal Oak Township.

Michigan Pet Fund Alliance Offering Grants to Rescue Orgs

June 17th 2020

Applications for the Out of the Box Awards are due by midnight on June 30, 2020.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Mike Kowall for Oakland County Executive

June 16th 2020

In the Republican Primary, the candidates are Mike Kowall and Jeffrey G. Nutt.

2020 Candidate Interview: Tina Barton for Oakland County Clerk…

June 16th 2020

On the Republican side voters will chose between Tina Barton and Patrick Wilson.

County Commission to Consider $32 Million Allocation of CARES Funds for Small Business Grants

June 16th 2020

Oakland County Executive David Coulter today said he will seek $32 million to help retail stores, restaurants and personal service businesses such as salons and fitness centers that were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.