The construction industry is entrenched in a culture of safety, and as we return to work, we are developing and implementing new best practices that further emphasize the well-being of our workers and Michigan’s citizens.”
Each year Oakland County Times gives candidates for any office voted on in Oakland County the opportunity to do a video interview.
If you and your partner are staying home together, you can send an e-mail…
Oakland County Executive David Coulter on Friday, April 24 announced that 797 small businesses in the county were awarded about $2.3 million in grants from the county’s small business stabilization fund.
“Unfortunately, these victims are particularly vulnerable to stalking and harassment — which is why they sought protection in the first place,” Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said.
Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed executive order 2020-59, extending her “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through May 15.
US District Court Judge Terrence Berg issued a court order that changes the April 21 filing deadline and rules for some candidates
Mike Kowall, a Republican from White Lake, has filed to run for Oakland County Executive.
Other topics have included coyotes and the massasauga rattlesnake, which is the only venomous snake in Oakland County.
For residents in Oakland County, the fondness for public transit depends largely on where people live.
Oakland County will join Macomb County, Wayne County and the City of Detroit, which have adopted similar policies.
Here’s a look back at the best stories of the past year.
The recommended response to reports of violence is not necessarily what people might expect, and in fact surprised many of the women in the roo
We asked people across Oakland County what they are grateful for this Thanksgiving. Here are some of the many great things people shared…
Body cameras are one solution that’s gotten a lot of attention. It’s also one that comes with both benefits and challenges. Roll out of the technology in Oakland County has been happening in patches.
These signs will serve as a constant reminder to everyone who passes them to take time to remember Eric’s contribution to not only the Sheriff’s Office, but to his community as a whole.”
I am now asking everyone who understands the value of local elections to consider sharing some of their time and efforts in helping make Oakland County Times an even better resource for the community.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting individually wrapped, non-chocolate candy as part of its 10th annual “Treats for Troops” collection to send thanks, encouragement, and sweets to our troops overseas.
Coulter talked about his plans for improving access to healthcare services, uplifting the diversity of Oakland County, and focusing on the County’s reputation for being on the cutting-edge of technology and services while making sure all parts of the county have opportunities to prosper.
Have your voice heard on matters of fair housing. Oakland County is conducting a study and series of focus groups.