White Lake Township

Pets and People Reunited Thanks to Finding Mila and Friends in Waterford and White Lake Facebook Group

April 2nd 2019

Pets and People Reunited Thanks to Finding Mila and Friends in Waterford and White Lake Facebook Group (Dawn Fashho, March 30, 2019) Check out our “Get Involved Guide” for more stories about local organizations. Thank you to Bosco Lounge for sponsoring this series.  Want to contribute a write up of a group you care about?  […]

Gardening Presentation: Usual Plants, Unusually Used, Bogie Lake Greenhouse March 31

March 28th 2019

Gardening Presentation: Usual Plants, Unusually Used, Bogie Lake Greenhouse March 31 White Lake, MI- The Usual Plants, Unusually Used with Janet Macunovich presentation takes placea t Bogie Lake Greenhouse on Sunday March 31  1pm-3pm. Many gardeners expend a lot of time and effort to find and grow unusual things. Here’s a way to spare your […]

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson Announces Cancer Diagnosis

March 26th 2019

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson Announces Cancer Diagnosis (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 26, 2019) Waterford, MI- Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson announced Tuesday afternoon that he has been diagnosed with stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. Patterson will not be resigning from his position, but will instead take time off for treatment and to be […]

Join the OC Times Readers Club to Support Local Journalism, and Get Perks!

March 25th 2019

Join the OC Times Readers Club to Support Local Journalism, and Get Perks! The new Readers Club Program makes it fun to be part of Oakland County Times, while also keeping this community resource going and growing! Grassroots Level $5+/month Entry in monthly contest Flower Power Level $15+/month Entry in monthly contest, your name on […]

Measles Vaccination Clinic Sat. March 23, Number of Cases and Locations Continues to Grow

March 22nd 2019

Measles Vaccination Clinic Sat. March 23, Number of Cases and Locations Continues to Grow (Oakland County Health Division, Mar. 22, 2019) Pontiac, Mich. – The three measles cases under investigation in Thursday’s press release are now confirmed. Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Oakland County Health Division confirmed the positive results today. This […]

Local Officials and Admins Gather in Lansing for Michigan Municipal League Capital Conference

March 21st 2019

Local Officials and Admins Gather in Lansing for Michigan Municipal League Capital Conference (C. Proxmire, March 21, 2019) Lansing, MI- Officials and city administrators from across the state gathered in Lansing this week for the Michigan Municipal League Capital Conference. MML provides educational and networking opportunities, including classes on topics that are important to local […]

Announcing the NEW Oakland County Times Readers Club!

March 13th 2019

Announcing the NEW Oakland County Times Readers Club! The new Readers Club Program makes it fun to be part of Oakland County Times, while also keeping this community resource going and growing! Grassroots Level $5+/month  Entry in monthly contest Flower Power Level $15+/month Entry in monthly contest, your name on a “flower” that appears sporadically […]

Sales Coach Frank Driscoll Shares Tips for Motivation and Social Media

March 6th 2019

Sales Coach Frank Driscoll Shares Tips for Motivation and Social Media (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 6, 2019) Ferndale, MI – Frank Driscoll starts every day off with success. “I wake up, right off the bat, I close my eyes and I start to think.  I’m in my car. In my driveway.  I go in.  I […]

Road Commission for Oakland County Hiring for 32 Seasonal Positions

March 4th 2019

Road Commission for Oakland County Hiring for 32 Seasonal Positions (RCOC, March 4, 2019) Beverly Hills, MI — The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) is looking to hire 32 seasonal summer laborers. The position pay rate is $11.25 per hour, and it will be fulltime. The start dates for this position are June 3 […]

Goals, Compromise, and Ethics Part of MTA Training for Elected Officials

February 17th 2019

Goals, Compromise, and Ethics Part of MTA Training for Elected Officials (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 17, 2019) Okemos, MI – When a room full of elected officials from townships around the state were asked how many of their boards do annual or bi-annual goal-setting, only a couple raised their hands. The question was asked at […]