HUD Announces Grant Opportunity to Combat Housing Discrimination

In addition to enforcement and education and outreach activities, the funding can be used to respond to housing inquiries, conduct fair housing testing, provide legal assistance, and cover costs associated with providing services related to the pandemic.

Oakland County Offering Free Rabies Vaccine with Dog License Purchase

“We don’t want the cost of the rabies vaccine to be a barrier for anyone getting a dog license, especially as spring approaches and we’re spending more time outdoors with our pets.”

Support Our 2022 Local Journalism GoFundMe Drive

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.

Mar 3 – Former Ambassador to Ukraine to Speak at MSU Zoom Presentation

Michigan State University Ukrainian Student Organization, in association with the Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies Present: Ukraine, Russia, and the United States with former US Ambassador to Ukraine: William B. Taylor

Masks Not Required in Oakland County Schools Starting Feb. 28

The Health Division weighed several factors to determine the appropriate time to end the mask requirement in schools, including a sharp decline in new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations and increasing vaccination rates in Oakland County.