And now that we’ve posted our 650th interview, it seems like a good time to celebrate and reflect.
Inspect boats, trailers, docks and gear and remove all mud, debris and plant material. Use a hose or power washer when available. Dispose of unwanted material in a trash can.
The Holly community is celebrating not one, but two, grant announcements this week for projects that further historic preservation and the creation of community spaces.
Projects are typically selected based on a detailed, computerized road-assessment program combined with engineers’ analysis and a review of safety data. The decisions are often made years before construction begins because of funding requirements.
Both utilities have been working around the clock to restore power, but many customers have now gone several days without during hot and humid weather.
The cumulative time read was 103,358 minutes, which equates to nearly 72 days!
Rainbow “Safe Zone” stickers now grace Holly Township Library, thanks to a resolution passed recently by the library’s governing board.
You can be a volunteer, a staffer, administration, someone who uses services, or even just someone who supports the group’s efforts.
The start date is weather-dependent and could change.
The Oakland County resident mentioned the best part of the fair “is seeing the smiles on kid’s faces and letting them have a blast.”
Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter presented his balanced three-year budget recommendation to the Board of Commissioners Thursday evening.
Oakland County Times has a growing list of parks, trails, family-friendly destinations and more in our area and beyond.
It is available to eligible residents that need help with home repairs necessary to correct unsafe conditions and restore essential services.
In comparing federal tax returns from year to year, IRS can determine who moved and where.
Bittersweet Cafe is a quaint little spot in a strip of historic buildings in Downtown Holly, offering breakfast and lunch options.
ibrary teams work diligently to curate programming for children, teens and adults, such as story times, arts and crafts activities, family events, workshops and more.
Saturday, June 5 is the second Ozone Action day of the year in Southeast Michigan.
Positioned in a lovely community park adjacent to the historic Downtown, The Holly Farmers Market provides a nice open space with picturesque views, and sometimes even a train rolling through the background.
“Residents will be able to access a variety of prevention services, healthcare and social service assistance.”
The American Rescue Plan Act established the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) to provide funding to help restaurants and other eligible businesses keep their doors open.