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.
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.
Shop Unique Vendors, Sip Savory or Sweet Cocktails, & Get Merry!
Some of the scenery is over 6 feet tall and is dotted with award-winning buildings.
Over 80 vendors await in the beautiful space of Venue 11
Come and be a part of this wonderful celebration, where the enchantment of the classic tale surrounds you.
Get moving with gentle exercise and movement.
The Holly Dickens Festival is celebrating 50 years this year, and to raise funds to support this tradition there is an opportunity to sponsor one of the 8 inch gold ornaments with a bow on them for the giant tree downtown.
The Oakland SAVES program will be available until Dec. 31, 2025, or until the funds are exhausted, whichever comes first.
“These new laws to keep guns out of the hands of violent domestic abusers will save lives,” said Nessel
Oakland County launched the “Local Gems” Sweepstakes, which gives residents a way to promote their favorite small businesses in the county and win some cash for the holidays.
When it comes to helping and serving others, Stackmiller has been doing this her whole life.
Oakland County Times is on a QUEST to enjoy every local restaurant in Oakland County.
The graph below ranks the 31 communities on voter turnout percentages.
Unofficial Election results are coming in from across Oakland County.
At halftime of the Sept. 24 Detroit Lions game against the Atlanta Falcons, the Lions honored the Holly girls for their efforts in starting Michigan’s first girls flag football league during the “Women in Football” celebration.
Buy today to enjoy access to eight day-use parks that provide year-round fun for the rest of 2023 through Dec. 31, 2024.
Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center is located at 1200 N Telegraph Building 42 E, Pontiac, MI 48341.
Oakland County today launched its “Local Gems” Sweepstakes, giving residents an opportunity to promote the small businesses in Oakland County that they consider to be local gems by submitting a selfie at the business