Mike Kowall, a Republican from White Lake, has filed to run for Oakland County Executive.
“We’re used to doing more with less, but there is a limit to that,”
The atmosphere is also great for a breakfast-centered cafe – with bright walls, modern art, and
cozy seating with flowers on the tables.
Prior to running for Mayor she filed a lawsuit against the city for Open Meetings Act (OMA) violations…
Oakland County will join Macomb County, Wayne County and the City of Detroit, which have adopted similar policies.
More than just a one day special event, the Unified sports program offers ongoing team building, practice, and competition
Though simple in concept, the tacos were beautifully presented, and I was especially impressed with…
…an online survey to better understand what residents and business owners think about specific types of downtown projects.
A special meeting was held on Tuesday, Jan. 14 after Clawson City Manager Erin Irwin turned in a resignation letter on Jan. 13, effective immediately.
A rich and filling omelette full of onions, peppers and sausage, topped with a hearty ladle-full…
Here’s a look back at the best stories of the past year.
The recommended response to reports of violence is not necessarily what people might expect, and in fact surprised many of the women in the roo
We asked people across Oakland County what they are grateful for this Thanksgiving. Here are some of the many great things people shared…
Body cameras are one solution that’s gotten a lot of attention. It’s also one that comes with both benefits and challenges. Roll out of the technology in Oakland County has been happening in patches.
“The big issue for me is as I look down the road: what’s going to create the best opportunities for our kids?” Wilson said.
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Clawson voters selected a new Mayor and two new council members Tuesday.
However, the board did express openness for Superintendent Tim Wilson to approach his counterparts in Royal Oak and Troy to see if their school boards would consider the idea.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting individually wrapped, non-chocolate candy as part of its 10th annual “Treats for Troops” collection to send thanks, encouragement, and sweets to our troops overseas.
Coulter talked about his plans for improving access to healthcare services, uplifting the diversity of Oakland County, and focusing on the County’s reputation for being on the cutting-edge of technology and services while making sure all parts of the county have opportunities to prosper.