As part of this final On-Site Assessment, employees and members of the general public are invited to provide comments to the Assessment Team.
A recount of Ferndale ballots confirmed that Donnie Johnson and Rolanda Kelley were the highest vote-getters in the Nov. 7, 2023 election for City Council.
The festival takes place for two more weekends. Highlights include a 100 ft sledding hill, a Santa Train, horse-drawn carriage rides, a pub tent, jugglers, performances of scenes from A Christmas Carol and more.
With the election of Justin Fischer to Mayor, there is a vacancy on Novi City Council.
“I am not alleging anything or accusing anyone of wrongdoing; I just feel the results are close enough that it makes sense to ask for a recount.”
A total of 14 mayoral races took place across Oakland County on November 7, 2023.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has launched a new consumer protection website and holiday campaign to help protect Michigan residents from common consumer scams during the winter holiday season.
All attendees ages 2 and up must have a ticket to enter and one adult must be present per family.
This is a celebration centered around family, community, and the joy of the holidays.
Drop in between 9am and 11am to enjoy coffee, card games, and conversation.
Celebrate all the holiday fun on December 2, 2023, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Schiffer Park.
The Berkley Holiday Lights Parade takes place Sat, Dec. 2 at 5:30pm
Join us for a festive evening of holiday cheer at the Holly Jolly Folly!
She owns an art studio in Ferndale, Fluid Spaces, and received a rich education from Ferndale High School and the University of Michigan
After the tree lighting don’t forget to get your picture with Santa!
Over 80 vendors await in the beautiful space of Venue 11
Get moving with gentle exercise and movement.
The Rust Belt Market, home to dozens of local artists and creators, is a wonderful spot for finding unique, local gifts.
Marco’s Pizza has locations in Highland, Royal Oak, Troy, Waterford, and Wixom.
Volunteers will be spread throughout Bloomfield Township from 830am to 430pm on Wednesday November 22…