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Clawson Adds Festivus Pole to Holiday Displays

December 13th 2020

“My goal is building community and in a healthy caring community, Love Thy Neighbor means making sure all of our neighbors feel like they belong and are included regardless of their religious beliefs or lack thereof.” 

Atty. General Warns Against COVID-19 Related Scams

December 13th 2020

“Scammers are lurking under every rock and behind every corner waiting to take advantage of unsuspecting people,” said Nessel.

Explore: Wild Lights at the Detroit Zoo

December 11th 2020

Sections of the park take on different themes, with music and light setting the mood for enchantment.

Panel Shares Insights on Racism and Public Health

December 10th 2020

The panelists said there are many ways people can confront the crisis.

County Launches “The Only Way To Beat It Is To Face It” Campaign

December 10th 2020

“The Only Way To Beat It Is To Face It” is funded by a federal CARES Act grant.

JVS Offering Paid Internship Program for Those 50+ and Unemployed

December 9th 2020

Funded by government grants, the New Experiences Internship provides 10 weeks of paid work, 40 hours-a-week, at a rate of $13 an hour.

Common Ground Working with MDHHS on Crisis Line Pilot Program

December 9th 2020

“These pilot sites provide geographic and demographic diversity with unique needs that will ultimately help MDHHS scale MiCAL to the entire state.”

Oakland County Launches Equity Council

December 9th 2020

“We look to the council to create a culture for our employees that respects diversity and creates policies that promote equity and inclusion internally and in the critical services we provide to the public.

Quarantine Time Reduced from Two Weeks to Ten Days in Some Situations

December 7th 2020

Public Health may now reduce the length of quarantine if specific conditions are met.

Oakland County Announces Funding to Help Restaurants Recover

December 3rd 2020

The $10 million Oakland Together Restaurant Relief Program will use $7 million of Oakland County’s federal CARES Act allocation and $3 million from the county’s general fund to help restaurants hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic and a reduction in business.