Brandon Twp / Ortonville

Narcan Training w/Lifesaving Kit Online Each Tues and Thursday

April 3rd 2021

Join the Alliance for a free online class to assist you with the administration of Narcan should you be faced with saving a life during an opioid overdose emergency.

County Commission Approves Environmental Sustainability Projects

March 31st 2021

“Today’s investment will pay future dividends by decreasing carbon emissions, reducing energy costs, improving public health, and doing our part to protect the planet and our communities.”

Michigan Tourette Support Group Offers Weekly Online Meetings

March 31st 2021

Our goal is to bring the MI TS community together as a family, educate the public & establish programs…

Help Oakland County Times Reach Our Monthly Pledge Goal

March 28th 2021

Our goal is to find 100 patrons to chip in $15 per month, though any amount is helpful and appreciated.

JVS Hiring – Multiple Positions Working with People w/Disabilities

March 23rd 2021

Preliminary interviews on Zoom will be held on Thursdays at 4 p.m. or 4.30 p.m. on March 25, April 1, April 8 and April 15.

Here’s How to Nominate a Hometown Health Hero

March 20th 2021

“Hometown Health Hero awards are an opportunity to honor those tackling important public health threats and promoting the health of their communities.”

Hungry? Check out the Oakland County Times Reporter Food Index

March 19th 2021

The Reporter Food Column – sponsored by White Castle – has been an ongoing quest to experience and share restaurants throughout Oakland County.

Upcoming Events in Oakland County

March 18th 2021

To submit an event, email info to editor@oc115.com. We are currently looking for a sponsor for this section.

Want Dust Control on Your Gravel Road, Here’s How to Apply for Service

March 18th 2021

To place an order, residents can fill out and submit RCOC’s dust-control application.

March 31 – Skywarn Spotter Training Program (Online)

March 13th 2021

All classes are free and open to the public. You must be age 13 or older to report weather incidents, but classes are appropriate for ages 10 and up.