The July 1, 2021 estimates have only 11 Oakland County communities gaining population…
For the last century, Oakland Family Services has helped ensure children have safe and loving homes free from abuse and neglect.
The group is based in Ann Arbor, but has planted trees in many local communities, including Oak Park, Royal Oak, Rochester Hills, Novi, Pontiac, Clarkston, Lake Orion and others.
Oakland County Times has a growing list of parks, trails, family-friendly destinations and more in our area and beyond.
These grants will assist municipalities with planning, preliminary engineering/design and construction costs directly related to local park improvement and trail projects.
Oakland County Times sought out an expert from the Oakland County Health Division to learn more about restaurant inspections.
Here are upcoming events in Oakland County. Email event information to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center has extended its offer of a free rabies vaccine with the purchase of a dog license Tuesday mornings through the end of May.
The Oakland County Board of Commissioners adopted two resolutions at Wednesday night’s meeting that are aimed at increasing housing security in Oakland County.
The Michigan Legislature has amended the Open Meetings Act (OMA) multiple times during the COVID-19 pandemic to enable virtual meetings. However, all local governments are once again required to meet in person.
Today, March 24, the Census Bureau released the first set of population estimates since last year’s release of the 2020 Census results.
In a room full of folks from around Oakland County and from both sides of the aisle, County Executive Dave Coulter gave his annual State of the County Address at M-1 Concourse in Pontiac.
Applications are being accepted from March 10-24.
This grant is available March 1 through March 31, 2022.
March 31 is the deadline to reach out to prevent a foreclosure from happening.
These individuals exemplify Oakland Together, Coulter’s vision for a community working together to leverage its strengths, address its challenges, and find value in working with regional partners.
The partnership groups, which are called the “Regional Partnership for Broadband Infrastructure and Equity” and the “Regional Partnership for Water Infrastructure,” will establish a framework to address a wide range of internet and broadband accessibility and water infrastructure challenges facing the Southeast Michigan region.
Originally set up through a federal grant from FEMA in early 2020 with training provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the program is now supported by state and federal funding.
We’re raising money to fund local journalism in 2022, with resources going to help with paying reporters, technology needs, and basic expenses. We are also working on getting a new website, and your support will help make that possible.
MDHHS will continue to monitor the transmission of COVID-19 closely to assess risk across the state and adjust as conditions change.