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Shuttle Running from Ferndale and Pleasant Ridge to Arts, Beats, & Eats

August 31st 2018

Shuttle Running from Ferndale and Pleasant Ridge to Arts, Beats, & Eats (City of Pleasant Ridge, Aug. 31, 2018) Ferndale, Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak, MI – Pleasant Ridge has partnered with Ferndale to bring Chariot to our area. Chariot is an app-based Ford Mobility service that will soon operate a fixed-route microtransit service in Pleasant […]

Arts, Beats & Eats in Royal Oak Aug. 31-Sept 3

August 15th 2018

Arts, Beats & Eats in Royal Oak Aug. 31-Sept 3 Royal Oak, MI- The 21st Annual Ford Arts, Beats & Eats presented by Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort returns to downtown Royal Oak beginning Friday, Aug. 31 – Monday, Sept. 3 for yet another year of exciting family-friendly entertainment. Southeast Michigan’s premier Labor Day festival […]

Grace Centers of Hope Thrift Stores Seeking Donated Items

August 10th 2018

Grace Centers of Hope Thrift Stores Seeking Donated Items (GCH, Aug. 10, 2018) Oak Park, MI- Grace Centers of Hope (GCH) CEO Pastor Kent Clark is encouraging metro Detroit residents to donate gently-used household items to its four thrift stores. Items accepted include furniture, glassware, dishes, pots, pans, small and large appliances, tools, men’s, women’s […]

MoGo Bike Share to Expand to SE Oakland Communities

July 12th 2018

MoGo Bike Share to Expand to SE Oakland Communities (MoGo, July 12, 2018) Berkley, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Oak Park and Royal Oak, MI -After more than one year of operations, MoGo announced plans to expand its service to more neighborhoods in Detroit, as well as to five different cities in the region. In addition to […]

Oak Park Voters Have Two Millage Renewals on Aug. 7 Ballot

June 28th 2018

Oak Park Voters Have Two Millage Renewals on Aug. 7 Ballot (City of Oak Park, June 28, 2018) Oak Park, MI – The City of Oak Park has approved two ballot measures that will be on the Aug. 7, 2018 ballot. What are they? Renewal of a Millage to Fund the Public Safety Retirement System […]

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 […]

With 1200 Patients Helped, FernCare Continues with Community Support

May 19th 2018

With 1200 Patients Helped, FernCare Continues with Community Support (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 19, 2018) Ferndale, MI – The FernCare free health clinic began ten years ago with a pop-up doctor’s office in a community center in Ferndale. And now it’s an organization with over 110 volunteers seeing hundreds of patients each year.  Since it […]

Be Your Best Self Presentation at Troy Library May 14

May 4th 2018

  Be Your Best Self Presentation at Troy Library May 14 Troy, MI-  Most of us want to change or improve something about our lives. Join Transitional Coach Anita Govender at the Troy Public Library May 14 as she explores how what you believe about yourself makes all the difference in your world. She encourages […]

2018 Candidate Interviews and Issues – NOV 6 GENERAL ELECTION

May 1st 2018

2018 Candidate Interviews and Issues – NOV 6 GENERAL ELECTION Check back often for updates.  To schedule an interview contact editor@oc115.com.

Oakland County’s Silver Tsunami is Real: A Look at the Data

April 18th 2018

Oakland County’s Silver Tsunami is Real: A Look at the Data (Kurt Metzger, April 18, 2018) Pontiac, MI- The Census Bureau recently forecast that the nation’s seniors (persons 65 years and over) would outnumber the nation’s children (persons under 18 years of age) for the first time in history by 2035. After recently reporting about […]