The organization began almost twenty years ago in response to U. S. foreign policy in reaction to the 9/11 event.
Local residents can register on two different websites to receive free marigold seeds. Each person gets one packet that should contain enough for a small residential garden.
Before diving into the decisions, the City Manager shared how important it was that the City’s values be at the core of every decision made, even in times of emergency.
In the Aug. 4, 2020 Democratic Primary the candidates are Mykale Garrett and Yolanda S. Charles.
Candidates for County Commissioner of the 12th District are Democrat Kelly Dillaha and Republican Chuck Moss.
In the race for County Commission in the 9th District, Republican David (Dave) Staudt is unopposed in the Aug. 4 Primary.
In Oakland County’s 6th District, County Commissioner Eileen Kowall is running for reelection. Democrat Jeffrey Long is also on the ballot.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer today signed Executive Orders 2020-114 and 2020-115 to reopen more regions and economic sectors under the MI Safe Start Plan
In addition to expanding its service, MoGo also announced changes to its passes and pricing, making bike share easier and more convenient
In the midst of the stories, examples and speeches was a painfully awkward silence of eight minutes and 46 seconds.
The County Health division is providing a day of preparation and recommends that playground operators utilize signage and other methods to remind visitors of the COVID-19 Health protocols which include practicing social distancing…
Brian Hartwell will be resigning as Mayor in order to accept an appointment by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to be a Judge in the 43rd District Court.
Coulter said more than 30 percent of Oakland County’s population is ethnically diverse and it is important county policies ensure its workforce reflects the county’s diversity
Instead of signs and chanting, or confrontations with police, there were prayers and gospel music.
Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-110, rescinding her Safer at Home order and moving the entire state to phase four of the MI Safe Start Plan.
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Protesters will gather again Monday in Rochester Hills to demonstrate against police brutality and structural racism, following a peaceful, last-minute protest Sunday.
“I see you. I hear you. I stand with you. I walk with you. You matter,” was among the messages. “Black lives matter.”
The race for Groveland Township Supervisor will likely be decided in the Aug. 4, 2020 Primary as there are no Democrats running for the position.
In the race for West Bloomfield Township Clerk, incumbent Debbie Binder is unopposed.