Please consider checking out new places, trying new things, and supporting local restaurants.
In an effort to continue to support small businesses, the Michigan Small Business Survival Grant Program will provide funding to eligible small businesses disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
Yes, Plowy McPlowface is on the list.
In addition to frontline essential workers, there are over 217,000 residents age 65 and older eligible to receive the vaccine in Oakland County.
Now more than ever, support for trauma related experiences is in high demand.
Oakland County is in the early stages of administering the COVID-19 vaccine but supply is limited.
Bank of America partners with a local nonprofit to provide paid internships to the Student Leaders who will also participate in a leadership summit and learn financial skills through Bank of America’s Better Money Habits.
The state’s goal is to have all Michigan school districts offer an in-person learning option for students no later than March 1, and earlier if possible.
The Parks and Recreation Commission is responsible for preserving park land and creating recreational, leisure and learning experiences for Oakland County residents.
Last night, incoming members of the 2021-2022 Oakland County Board of Commissioners were sworn in during the first full board meeting of the new term.
The meat, buns, and pickles are all Michigan-made, and the folks on the grill still know how to steam the buns just right.
Truck drivers who already have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) have an opportunity to level up to heavy construction truck drivers, and right now the training is free.
“We’re pleased to extend free parking in structures and offer additional relief for the community”
This increase is even more alarming as it is likely an underestimate of the actual burden of disease due to decreased testing for STDs during the pandemic.
Without being able to share the items between guests, he left the hospital wishing the other young people there had more.
“Scammers are lurking under every rock and behind every corner waiting to take advantage of unsuspecting people,” said Nessel.
Sections of the park take on different themes, with music and light setting the mood for enchantment.
“The Only Way To Beat It Is To Face It” is funded by a federal CARES Act grant.
They asked the honorees to each give words of advice.
“These pilot sites provide geographic and demographic diversity with unique needs that will ultimately help MDHHS scale MiCAL to the entire state.”