Ferndale

Michigan Governor Clarifies Rules for Face Masks During Sports

September 9th 2020

Last week, the governor signed Executive Order 2020-176 reopening Michigan’s gyms and pools in those regions where they remain closed and allowing for organized sports practices and competitions to resume in those regions where they remain restricted, subject to strict protections meant to limit spread of the virus.

OCHN Grant Helps Support Youth Mobile Crisis Team

September 8th 2020

The Youth Mobile Crisis Team helps children, teens, and young adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

2020 Candidate Interview: Sherry Wells for State Rep. 27th District

September 6th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 27th District, the candidates are: Democrat Regina Weiss, Republican Elizabeth Goss, Libertarian Gregory Stempfle, and Green Party candidate Sherry Wells.

Clawson Police and Other Cities Competing in Torch Run for Special Olympics

September 6th 2020

“Each year we set our fundraising goal a little higher,” Sgt. Vierk said. “Our goal last year was to raise the most money of the Oakland County agencies in the east leg of the Oakland County Community Run and we finished in 3rd…”

2020 Candidate Interview: Ian Lloyd for Hazel Park School Board

September 5th 2020

Candidates are Melissa Baldwin, Heidi Fortress, incumbent Rose Mary Hammonds, incumbent Charles Hemple, Ian Lloyd, Dawn Rice, incumbent Kristy Schlak, and Lance Starter.

2020 Candidate Interview: Nick Rowley for County Commissioner 18th District

September 5th 2020

In the race for County Commissioner of the 18th District, the candidates are Democrat Charlie Cavell, Republican Michelangelo Fortuna III, and Green Party candidate Nick Rowley.

Reporter Food:  Spin-Art Blackened Chicken Pizza at Rosie O’Grady’s in Ferndale

September 4th 2020

Rosie’s classic spinach artichoke dip, and adds blackened chicken along with the warm melty goodness of mozzarella for a delicious pizza experience. 

Calendar Art Contest for Kids to Help Prevent Water Pollution

September 4th 2020

This program is a great way to educate our youth and teach them how to get involved in discovering ways that they can help to prevent pollution of our freshwater resources.

Election Analysis: A Look at Absentee Ballots Across Oakland County Cities

August 31st 2020

Over two-thirds (77.0 percent) of the requested ballots were returned, and these returned ballots represented 70.8 percent of the total votes cast.

Ferndale Outlines Ways to Improve Affordable and Inclusive Housing

August 31st 2020

“The data proves we have changing demographics. Stagnant housing does not respond to the needs of the community and I think this gets us moving in the right direction,” Ferndale Mayor Melanie Piana said.