Melanie Piana has served as an elected official representing Ferndale for nearly 14 years.
“Better transit in Oakland County unlocks more opportunities for residents,” Board Chairman David T. Woodward said.
Oakland County organizers will travel to various communities to have forums and discussions about housing and other related issues.
Here are the candidates that filmed interviews…
Everyone enjoyed the murals, sculptures, and local art that fills our urban center.
Nov 11 – Ferndale Elks Jerry Olli Scholarship Bowling Fundraiser Ferndale Elks Jerry Olli Scholarship Fundraiser Help raise money for Ferndale HS seniors for college! Doors open at 5:30pm. Bowling starts at 6:00pm 50/50! Raffles! $30.00 per person includes 3 games, a large pizza and shoes! Each team up to 5 players. 18 & up…
The only job fair in Michigan dedicated to the transgender community.
Ring-necked Pheasants, typically known as a rural farmland species, are thriving in the open spaces of Detroit
Explore images from the Pewabic archives during this presentation as we guide you through over a century of handcrafting pottery and tiles in Detroit.
Sip on mimosas and find out what the buying and selling market is like!
Downtown Ferndale businesses welcome all children and pups of all ages to stop by for an afternoon filled with human treats and dog treats on Saturday, October 28
Join us on Tuesday, October 24, as we team up with Stoney Creek Mushrooms for a special five-course vegan wine dinner.
Free admission with donations appreciated, costume contest, and musician bake sale.
Experts from the Medicare Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) will provide information on Medicare basics and offer practical tips
Ferndale Inclusion Network Presents a community conversation on Ferndale’s new automated license plate reading technology
Join Ferndale Schools as we begin our series of coffee hours.
We also have our Halloween map highlighting houses that are passing out tricks and treats on Halloween.
Click on the pictures for info on each proposal.
Celebrating a career of 43 years in the floral industry, Jerome Raska of Blumz is being inducted into the Great Lakes Floral Association Hall of Fame.
The winner will be announced on the Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s Facebook page at 10 a.m. on October 19.