The Officers handling the assault and battery situation were overwhelmed with the large crowd running. They called for backup and police officers from numerous agencies in Oakland County responded to assist.
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This presentation will discuss their tips for healthy habits and complete life success.
This meeting will cover topics relevant to HOAs within the community.
This section of Bald Mountain Road carries approximately 390 vehicles per day.
People may usually purchase a dog license from staff at their local city, village, or township hall, from many veterinary offices, at our location, or online at oakgov.com/petadoption.
The position pays $15 per hour, with a five-day work-week schedule.
For the event, 24 teams decorated wooden lion cut-outs to be “raced” down the tabletops.
2022’s estimate of 1,269,431 is almost 5,000 less than the 2020 Census count.
Residents should check with their township to see if the township participates in the cost of dust control
Take and Make kits are available on a first-come, first-served basis at 9:30 am in the library lobby,
Event proceeds to support the long term sustainability of the Orion Veteran’s Memorial.
Water Assistance Day will take place on Friday, April 14 from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Oakland County Health Department headquarters
Participate in a support group meeting and hear from others who really understand.
Join us for our annual Flashlight Egg Hunt at Camp Agawam
The “training” only requires about ten minutes of prep time for the volunteers, who will assist a child both on and off the field.
Projects must occur in a Michigan Municipal League member community. League member communities include nearly every city and village, as well as multiple urban townships in Michigan.
A 5-year-old boy with special needs died Saturday after he was found in a neighbor’s above ground pool approximately two hours after he was last seen at home.
Here in Oakland County, the Board of Commissioners is recognizing local women for the historic impact they have made in their communities
Monopoly was the theme for Wednesday morning’s State of Orion Township address.