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Feb. 14 – Sweetheart Stroll at Heritage Park

February 8th 2020

 Ice candles will light your path while a naturalist shares details about the courtship behaviors of the park’s nocturnal animals and discusses how they relate to our own!

2019 Candidate Interview: Geof Perrot for Farmington City Council

August 22nd 2019

Geof Perrot is running for Farmington City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election. 

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 […]

2018 Candidate Interview: Bill Galvin for County Commission Dist. 14

October 13th 2018

2018 Candidate Interview: Bill Galvin for County Commission Dist. 14 (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 13, 2018) Farmington, Farmington Hills, Franklin, Bingham Farms, Beverly Hills and Southfield Township, MI- Bill Galvin is the Republican candidate for County Commission in the 14th District.  Also on the ballot is Democrat William Miller. This position has a two year […]

Women’s Self-Defense Seminar in Farmington Hills March 3

January 25th 2018

Women’s Self-Defense Seminar in Farmington Hills March 3 The Farmington Hills/Farmington Emergency Preparedness Commission (EPC) will present a Women’s Self-Defense Seminar on Saturday, March 3 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Costick Center, located at 28600 Eleven Mile Road between Middlebelt and Inkster. Participants will learn how to protect themselves and their families […]

Farmington Considers Three Options for Courthouse Property

September 19th 2017

Farmington Considers Three Options for Courthouse Property (Farmington Voice, Sept. 19, 2017) Farmington, MI – A 3.8 acre property on 10 Mile Road west of Raphael could one day be the site of new homes, according to Farmington Voice.  Officials heard from three developers on Monday about options for the space – each one with […]

2017 Candidate Interview: Farmington Hills Mayor Ken Massey

August 28th 2017

2017 Candidate Interview: Farmington Hills Mayor Ken Massey (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 22, 2017) Farmington Hills, MI –Farmington Hills Mayor Kenneth (Ken) Massey is unopposed in the Nov. 7, 2017 election, yet he still took the time to do an interview with Oakland County Times to connect with residents and talk about success and issues […]

Earth Day Celebration in Farmington Hills April 22

March 30th 2017

Earth Day Celebration in Farmington Hills April 22 (EVENT page) Fifth Annual Earth Day Celebration April 22 at Heritage Park   The City of Farmington Hills will host a FREE Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 22 from 12 to 2 p.m. at Heritage Park, located at 24915 Farmington Road, between Ten and Eleven Mile […]

Farmington Council Considering Food Truck Limitations

July 22nd 2016

Farmington Council Considering Food Truck Limitations (Compiled, July 22, 2016) Farmington, MI – The Farmington Voice reports that the City of Farmington is considering changing the city’s ordinances in regards to food trucks. Councilperson Greg Cowley, who owns restaurant in the central business district, has been an “outspoken critic” of food trucks, according to the […]

State Senator Vincent Gregory Coffee Hours March 21 in Southfield

March 14th 2016

State Senator Vincent Gregory Coffee Hours March 21 in Southfield (EVENT page) LATHRUP VILLAGE, MI — Senator Vincent Gregory (D–Lathrup Village) invites members of the community to join him for coffee and conversation regarding state and local issues on Monday, March 21, 2016, at 1 p.m. in Southfield. This will be an excellent and convenient […]