The free event, sponsored by Women Confronting Racism, will explore the intersection of race, racism, and health disparities in the state of Michigan.
Dr. Ruth Marcec-Greaves is the director of the center. She’s dedicated her life to learning about the diverse mix of frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts that can be found around the globe. Learning about them – and protecting them.
“Workplace outbreaks are increasing along with the state’s community numbers,” said Director of COVID-19 Workplace Safety Sean Egan.
The event was sponsored by William Beaumont Hospitals, and was emceed by Berkley Chamber of Commerce President Nicole Miller.
To be eligible, an organization must be a non-profit with tax-exempt status, be physically located in Oakland County and provide most of its services to county residents.
With beautiful autumn weather and social distancing requirements limiting attendance, it’s a great time to visit the Detroit Zoo
Thank you to everyone who was a part of Oakland County Times in October! From those that supported the site financially, to those who shared ideas, pictures, press releases, events, and tips – this site is the result of the community working together. Here are some of the good things you may have missed…
Across Oakland County, voters elected District Court Judges in Tuesday’s election.
Thank you to Private Literacy Tutoring for sponsoring our election coverage.
Oakland County Times will update Election Results here as we are able.
Remember that your pumpkins, hay bales, cornstalks, gourds, mums, potting soil, and other vegetation can be put in paper yard waste bags or cans with Yard Waste stickers and placed at the curb.
In the race for Judge of the 45th District Court, the candidates are Brenda Richard and Jaimie Horowitz.
In the race for State Representative of the 27th District, the candidates are: Democrat Regina Weiss, Republican Elizabeth Goss, Libertarian Gregory Stempfle, and Green Party candidate Sherry Wells.
Thank you to Private Literacy Tutoring for sponsoring this series.
Key focus areas are educational attainment, mobility, digitizing manufacturing and supporting small businesses.
Inmates will also have complete access to a library on the tablets which will include education, substance abuse resources, cognitive behavior programming, as well as a complete law library. Having access to this programming, has been proven to dramatically reduce recidivism, change inmate behavior, and better prepare inmates when released back into the community.
Public Health Nurses will visit residents’ home during a designated appointment time. Nurses can provide individuals 65 years and older a senior higher dose or regular flu shot.
In the race for Oakland County Executive there are three candidates.
In the race for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds, incumbent Lisa Brown, a Democrat, is running for re-election. Republican Tina Barton is also on the ballot.
In the race for Oakland County Sheriff, incumbent Michael Bouchard, a Republican, is running for re-election. Democrat Vincent Gregory is also on the ballot.