Troy

Therapist James Wickersham Specializes in Recovery after Facing his own Addiction

June 15th 2018

Therapist James Wickersham Specializes in Recovery after Facing his own Addiction (Mel Corrigan, June 15, 2018) I sat down with James Wickersham at a coffee shop recently. Dressed in a button-down shirt, face adorned with glasses, he sported a steady, serious yet approachable demeanor. Wickersham is a Licensed Master’s Social Worker (LMSW) and a Certified […]

Things You May Not Have Known about Water & Sewer Service

June 12th 2018

Things You May Not Have Known about Water & Sewer Service (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 11, 2018) Southfield, MI- Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash is in the midst of a series of visits to local libraries with a presentation on Water Infrastructure 101. Recently in Southfield he shared some basics and little known […]

Rules of the Road for Bicyclists

June 8th 2018

Rules of the Road for Bicyclists (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 8, 2018) Michigan – With more and more people taking to the streets with pedal power, it’s important that bicyclists and drivers be aware of the rules of the road.  Below is a list of key rules put together by the State of Michigan specifically […]

2018 Candidate Interview: Padma Kuppa for State Rep Dist. 41

June 5th 2018

2018 Candidate Interview: Padma Kuppa for State Rep Dist. 41 (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 5, 2018) Clawson, Troy,  MI – Padma Kuppa is running for State Representative for the 41st District and is on the ballot for the Aug. 7 primary on the Democratic Ballot without opposition. She will face the winner of the Republican […]

Want to Connect to Your Community? Here are Facebook Groups through Oakland County

June 4th 2018

Want to Connect to Your Community? Here are Facebook Groups through Oakland County (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 4, 2018) Oakland County, MI – Many communities have online forums where people can learn what is going on in their community as well as connect with neighbors. These are actually a very effective way of finding out […]

Turtles are on the Move, Here’s How to Help Protect Them

June 4th 2018

Turtles are on the Move, Here’s How to Help Protect Them (North Oakland Headwaters Land Conservancy, June 4, 2018) Clarkston, MI – Across the state of Michigan, female turtles have begun their annual nesting trek from their home wetlands to open areas. Every year, thousands of female turtles are killed on our roadways in pursuit […]

Pictures from Troy’s Memorial Day Service

May 28th 2018

Pictures from Troy’s Memorial Day Service (Cheryl Weiss, May 28, 2018) Troy, MI – The City of Troy hosted a Memorial Day Service Monday to honor the men and women who have lost their lives in service to their county. For more Troy news CLICK HERE. For more events CLICK HERE.      

LWV Candidate Forum for State House District 41 June 25

May 26th 2018

LWV Candidate Forum for State House District 41 June 25 Clawson, MI – The League of Women Voters Oakland Area is hosting a candidate forum on Monday, June 25, 2018 at 7pm at Clawson City Council Chambers 425 N. Main Street. The 41st District includes Troy and Clawson. Candidates are Republicans Ethan Barker and Ronald […]

LWV Candidate Forum for Oakland County Commission Seats 11, 16 and 20 June 21

May 26th 2018

LWV Candidate Forum for Oakland County Commission Seats 11, 16 and 20 June 21 Troy, MI – The Legue of Women Voters is hosting candidate forums for Oakland County Commission Seats for Districts 11, 16 and 20. District 11 includes Troy, Auburn Hills, and Rochester Hills District 16 includes Troy, Clawson, Pleasant Ridge, and Royal […]

2018 Memorial Day Events Through Oakland County

May 22nd 2018

2018 Memorial Day Events Through Oakland County Click your community name below for more details about area events. If we have missed any please let us know at editor@oc115.com. Birmingham Farmington/Farmington Hills Ferndale Hazel Park Holly Lake Orion Madison Heights Milford Novi Northville Pleasant Ridge Royal Oak Southfield South Lyon Sylvan Lake Troy Walled Lake […]