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Oakland County Times – October Stories and Successes

November 6th 2020

Thank you to everyone who was a part of Oakland County Times in October!  From those that supported the site financially, to those who shared ideas, pictures, press releases, events, and tips – this site is the result of the community working together.  Here are some of the good things you may have missed…

Nov. 7 – RU Jobs Club Zoom Meeting

November 5th 2020

Our guest speakers are Cindy Miller (Speaker/Coach at The John Maxwell Team), and Serian Williams (Speaker/Founder of Next Level Life Coaching).

November – Oakland County Business, Workforce, and Finance Webinars

November 4th 2020

A great idea is just the first step along an entrepreneurial journey.

District Court Judges Elected Across Oakland County

November 4th 2020

Across Oakland County, voters elected District Court Judges in Tuesday’s election.

2020 Election Results (in progress)

November 3rd 2020

Oakland County Times will update Election Results here as we are able.

Reporter Food: LA Cafe in Waterford

October 31st 2020

I opted for the Chili Corn Bread, which was a square of homemade corn bread topped with vegan chili, green onions, and shredded cheddar.

Check out Video Interviews with Candidates Throughout Oakland County

October 29th 2020

Thank you to Private Literacy Tutoring for sponsoring this series.

JVS and TCF Offering Education & Funding towards Credit Repair, Home Ownership

October 29th 2020

The aim of the HarMoney Program is help families gain the knowledge to manage their money more effectively, learn skills such as budgeting and credit repair and understand the path to home ownership.

County Executive Announces New Economic Development Strategy

October 26th 2020

Key focus areas are educational attainment, mobility, digitizing manufacturing and supporting small businesses.

Tablets for County Jail Inmates to Reduce Contraband, Improve Education

October 25th 2020

Inmates  will  also  have  complete  access  to  a  library  on  the  tablets  which  will  include education, substance abuse resources, cognitive behavior programming, as well as a complete law library. Having  access  to  this  programming,  has  been  proven to  dramatically  reduce  recidivism, change inmate behavior, and better prepare inmates when released back into the community.