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Tips for Elevator & Escalator Safety Week

November 14th 2016

Tips for Elevator & Escalator Safety Week (Office of Gov. Rick Snyder, Nov. 14, 2016) Lansing, MI – Gov. Rick Snyder has declared November 13-19 as Elevator Escalator Safety Awareness Week to educate the public to ride safely when using elevators, escalators, and moving walks.  The state of Michigan has nearly 27,000 elevators and escalators. […]

MDHHS Encourages Family Discussion about Health History this Thanksgiving

November 13th 2016

MDHHS Encourages Family Discussion about Health History this Thanksgiving (MDHHS, Nov. 23, 2016) LANSING, MI – In Michigan, approximately one in ten women has a significant family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer. Because of this and other hereditary diseases, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is encouraging potentially lifesaving conversations this […]

Over 40 Agencies to be Part of Community Resource Day Nov. 16

November 13th 2016

Over 40 Agencies to be Part of Community Resource Day Nov. 16 (EVENT page) Royal Oak, MI – For all those in need of help with housing, employment, food services, and much more, please consider attending the Oakland County Community Resource Day on Wednesday, November 16th from 10am-2pm at Genesis Church at 309 N. Main […]

2016 Election Results & “I Voted” Sticker Selfie Page

November 8th 2016

2016 Election Results and “I Voted” Sticker Selfie Page (ongoing) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 8, 2016) Oakland County, MI – Donald Trump has been elected as President of the United States. In Oakland County, the Regional Transit Authority proposal lost –  getting 292,401 (49.91%) of the votes. 293,510 people (50.09%) voted against the plan. L. […]

“Clean it Up” Guide Shows How to Make Old Social Media Work for You

November 1st 2016

“Clean it Up” Guide Shows How to Make Old Social Media Work for You (Oakland Schools, Nov. 1, 2016) GOING to college? Heave a big sigh of relief. The ACT and SAT are behind you. Common App and college essays should be wrapping up for Early Action. Transcripts have been sent… WOO-HOO your high school […]

2016 Candidate Interview Cyndi Peltonen for State Rep. 41st District

October 28th 2016

2016 Candidate Interview Cyndi Peltonen for State Rep. 41st District (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 28, 2016) Clawson, MI – Democrat Cyndi Peltonen is running for State Representative of the 41st District, which includes Troy and Clawson.  The seat is currently held by Republican State Rep. Martin Howrylak who is seeking reelection. Peltonen is a teacher […]

Several Cities Showcase One Stop Ready Properties in Oakland County

October 21st 2016

Several Cities Showcase One Stop Ready Properties in Oakland County (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 21, 2016) Waterford, MI – “Developers know what cities are good to work with.  You make someone wait on a permit or an inspection, and the developer may not come back.  You get a bad reputation and that spreads to others […]

2016 Candidate Interview Anil Kumar for US Congress 11th District

October 9th 2016

2016 Candidate Interview Anil Kumar for US Congress 11th District (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 9, 2016)   Bloomfield, MI – Dr. Anil Kumar is the Democratic candidate for United States Congress for the 11th District.  He is running against Incumbent Dave Trott.  Independent (and former Republican Congressperson) Kerry Bentivolio. The 11th District includes Auburn Hills, […]

2016 Candidate Interview Adrienne Young for Birmingham School Board

October 3rd 2016

2016 Candidate Interview Adrienne Young for Birmingham School Board (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 3, 2016) Birmingham, MI – Adrienne Young is one of seven people running for four open seats on the school board for Birmingham Public Schools.  The candidates for this non-partisan position are: Lori Ajlouny, Douglas Arceo, Audra Bartholomew, Corey Jacoby, Brian Jennings, […]

MML #6 – State Helps Communities Become Redevelopment Ready

September 29th 2016

–MML #6 – State Helps Communities Become Redevelopment Ready (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 29, 2016) Mackinac Island, MI – Change in communities happens in one of two ways, either with thoughtful planning or by chaos.  Across the state there are communities on the cusp of recovering from the recession of the past decade, and those […]